Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Dr Steven Greer's Orion Project has recently found an inventor who is working with them on a pulsed motor design to deliver free, clean and unpolluting energy.
Close-up of the Pulsed Motor Generator made of precision cut specialty alloy metals
"Through a very fortuitous chain of connections and referrals we have made contact with a brilliant, cutting edge inventor. As he has requested to remain anonymous, we shall refer to him as Mr. Q to protect his privacy. Dr. Ted Loder, chief technical advisor for The Orion Project, and Bill Costantino, TOP board member, recently spent two days intensively reviewing the inventor's technology."Dr. Ted Loder examines the prototype Pulsed Motor Generator under construction at Mr. Q's workshop.
"Mr. Q presented a wide range of possible technologies for over-unity energy devices as well as numerous past prototype samples, all expertly and meticulously designed, machined, and assembled. The most immediately promising device is a combined pulsed motor / generator (PMG).""Q is a humble though well accomplished inventor. By his own admission, he was born with the inventor gene and has been creating devices since he was thirteen. He has intensively studied and been inspired by Nikola Tesla, Viktor Schauberger, Walter Russell, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John Bedini, and Tom Bearden to name a few."
"The Orion Project has already contacted a senior designer with 30 years experience who has also been independently working on control circuits for pulsed motors. These two inventors will soon be collaborating to deliver a working over-unity device capable of indefinitely producing clean, sustainable electric power without the use of polluting fossil fuels of any kind.
If such a breakthrough is indeed possible, we expect to have actual data from preliminary tests within 2-3 months!"The Orion Project