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Thomas Henry Moray
Thomas Henry Moray (August 28, 1892 - May, 1974) was an inventor from Salt Lake City, Utah. Moray graduated from The Latter Day Saint's Business College. Moray studied electrical engineering throuh a international correspondence school course. He received a electrical engineering degree from the University of Uppsala. At the turn of the century, Moray developed a reported inexhaustible environmental energy source (by means of radiant energy).
In the 1920s, Thomas Henry Moray demonstrated a "radiant energy device" to many people who were unable to find a hidden power source . Moray, as Nikola Tesla before him, was unsuccessful in introducing his devices working on this principle. Some report that his secret was forgotten.
- Moray, T. Henry, "Radiant Energy".
- Moray, T. Henry, "Beyond the Light Rays".
- Moray, T. Henry, "Radiant Energy for Beyond the Light Rays Lies The Secret of the Universe, The Evolution of Energy and Matter".
- Moray, T. Henry, "Radiant Energy for Beyond the Light Rays Lies The Secret of the Universe, The Evolution and the Transmutation of the Atom".
- Moray, T. Henry, "The Sea of Energy in which the Earth Floats"
- Moray, T. Henry, "The Sea of Energy in Which The Earth Floats, For Beyond the Light Rays Lies the Secret of The Universe".
- Moray, T. Henry, "The Sea of Energy".
- Moray, T. Henry, "US2460707". USPTO
- Moray, T. Henry, "US2460707". Thomas Henry Moray Úletműve. Pepe. (Hungarian -- GIF format)
External links and references
- "On Thomas Moray". Twelve Star Publishing.
- Burridge, Gaston, "The Life and Work of T. Henry Moray".
- Author unknown, "Radiant Energy - Experiments & Theory : The work of Thomas Moray".
- Pepe, "Thomas Henry Moray Úletműve" (Hungarian -- original text)
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