Video – the Life of Dr. Al Hubbard and his Overunity Circuit
Posted by keelynet on August 4, 2008
This correlates with the work in nuclear batteries of the late Dr. Paul Brown.
“In addition to being a major proponent of LSD, earlier in life, Al Hubbard invented a device, also via divine inspiration at the age of 16, which provided enough “free energy” to power a boat around Portage Bay, on Lake Union, in Seattle, Washington. He demonstrated the device for the Seattle Post Intelligencer and potential investors on July 28, 1920. During the demonstration, the boat was said to travel at about 10 knots (~18km/h), and it was silent aside from the sound of the electric motor, which was linked to the boat’s prop via a belt. The boat was said to have never slowed during trip around Lake Union. Hubbard received a patent for his device which he called the “Atmospheric Power Generator,” from the United States Patent Office, number 1,723,422. Hubbard, when speaking to the press said the device generated 280A at 125V which is 35kW, or roughly equivalent to about 45HP. While claiming early on that his device drew it’s energy from the atmosphere, later, Hubbard recanted, saying the device drew power from radioactive materials, rather from thin air, and that his earlier claims were subterfuge, intended to throw off anyone who might try to usurp his patent rights. If this is the case, Hubbard’s device would be the most powerful nuclear battery ever created, and as early as 1919, easily making it the first. He sold 75% of the rights to his device to investors who, according to Hubbard, tried to re-reveal his device using Lester J. Hendershot as their mock inventor. This has never been substantiated. (Thanks to Jim Logue for the headsup. – JWD) / Hubbard’s Coil at Rex Research” – Source
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