Unlimited Horizons presents….
Vacuum Energy Conversion Machines:
History of Development and Description of Types
with John Shelburne

Sunday, August 9, 2009 
2:30 to 5:30
Gulf Breeze Recreation Center
800 Shoreline Ct.
Gulf Breeze, FL

  1. Nikola Tesla: Beginning in 1892 with his Magnifying Transmitter;

  2. T. Henry Moray: 1930’s vacuum energy receiver cold cathode tubes;

  3. Philo Farnsworth: Invention of the “Fusor” table-top hot hydrogen fusion;

  4. “Bohm – Aharonov” effect: 1950’s real effects of electromagnetic potentials;

  5. Thomas Townsend Brown: “Biefield – Brown” anti-gravity experiment;

  6. Invention of LASER: population inversion involves virtual photons;

  7. Current Classes of Vacuum Energy Conversion Machines:

  1. Solid state machines;

  2. Rotary magnetic machines;

  3. Gas plasma vacuum energy converters;

  4. Combination machines.

I shall give a short historical discussion of the development of the science which is necessary to understand how these machines are able to convert the “virtual particle flux” of the quantum mechanical vacuum of space to useable energy.  In addition, I shall show how these machines convert energy from the vacuum in such a fashion that they are able to be self-powered.

Since 1993, I have been trying to get government scientists and project managers to seriously scrutinize vacuum energy conversion devices, which are new, non-polluting energy sources.  Vacuum energy from space is far denser in terms of energy per unit mass than nuclear energy densities.  The energy is largely in equilibrium with our three-dimensional spacetime.  Therefore, most orthodox scientists say it does not exist.  Self-powered machines are possible from Maxwell's original equations, but excess power conversion was incorrectly "ruled out" later in history, for a number of reasons.

After Nikola Tesla succeeded in the "War of The Currents" with his industrial alternating current system, he came to the realization that electric energy was ubiquitous in the environment.  Since this was a "free" source of energy, industrialists of the time did not support his new plans. I shall discuss the science, history and machines which continue to justify this line of inquiry.

About the Speaker:
John Shelburne has successfully executed large, complex projects including project planning, funds/schedule tracking/control, technical oversight, and problem identification/resolution.  He has demonstrated the ability to assimilate technical information, make valid technical judgments and achieved coordination among involved agency activities and contractors.

Shelburne served as manufacturing agent for agency stocking requirements of parts for the Face Mask. 90% of all parts were delivered on time with completion of remainder as specified by project orders. The applicant is currently project engineer on the $5M stowage bag project for CBRN personal equipment storage.

Shelburne has been involved in a long-term effort investigating emergent energy technologies to address mission thrusts for proposals to Project Managers.  This effort has resulted in three high technology briefings for agency scientists, one field experimental report, one high-level briefing for the staff and a recent trip with agency management to witness a demonstration.  This effort has been conducted on a value-added basis.

Shelburne also has a specialty in mechanical design.  He built the agency prototype diver's head-up video display.  He has designed the majority of dive mask repair tools.  He worked on a low magnetic signature explosive attachment device for another agency for neutralizing underwater munitions.  In addition, Shelburne has been recently awarded six U.S. Patents.

Salient data:

  1. Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama.

  2. Attended grammar and high schools in Birmingham.

  3. Attended college at Auburn University. Graduated with a B.S. degree.

  4. Enlisted in Naval Reserve.  Attained veteran status through service in Viet Nam.

  5. Worked for 4 years as a Union Ironworker.

  6. Attended college at UAB in Birmingham.  Graduated with a BSME degree.

  7. Acquired 17 years engineering professional experience in the Birmingham area.

  8. Worked as Mechanical Engineer since 1990.