Jeane Manning Free Energy Article

New energy breakthroughs


Freeing the spirit of power for the people

aiming higher than mere survival.
Recently I interviewed knowledgeable inventors and
scientists for an update on their corners and outposts of
the breakthrough-energy field. They are a small sampling
of thousands around the world. Some are quietly
uncovering fundamental laws of nature and of electricity.
Their viewpoints are varied. Some use the phrase “free
energy” as a verbal shortcut referring to nonconventional
clean-energy breakthroughs because it conveys a mental

picture of abundant power for the people. However, new-
energy researchers do know that “free” is not accurate,

but the bill would be miniscule compared to conventional
energy projects.
Many researchers fear the meme that frames their goal
as impossible “perpetual motion”, so they instruct a
reporter, “Don’t call it ‘free energy’!” They have valid
reasons. If conventional thinkers do not respect their
work, it is difficult to attract funding. Lack of funding is
the most common barrier to developing an invention for
the marketplace.
Sometimes, however, help arrives in unexpected ways.
Solid-State Energy Harvester
For nearly two decades, electronics consultant Graham
Gunderson juggled day jobs and family responsibilities
and often had only late-night hours to experiment on his
own. Now, aided by generosity of a business owner,
Gunderson can use a large workspace in Washington
state and work full time on his inventions.
He is developing several solid-state—no moving parts
except magnetic fields—technologies. “Progress has
really been great,” he told me. “There absolutely is hope.
This is just a matter of time…because these things really
work. Data shows these devices absorbing ambient heat,
so it’s really just solar energy without needing light.”

Inventors receive unexpected insights. One invention
literally came into Gunderson’s mind complete—in a
flash. He was on a freeway during a rainstorm, driving
with extra care because his two sons were in the vehicle.
Nevertheless, its tyres lost contact with the watery
pavement and the vehicle hydroplaned. While dealing
with that “Hold on for life!” situation, the invention he
calls Flash, came to him. The vision was complete, “like
being handed a photo. Or a whole book of them.”
Since then, he replicated the vision into the physical
world by assembling a device. Gunderson says Flash will
use unique physics and a novel form of rotating field. A

second device for delivering breakthrough energy will

use common speaker magnets made from Earth-
abundant materials.

Keys to Success
Successful innovators such as Gunderson have a work
ethic, acquire necessary skills, surround themselves with
a team and allow competent third-party testing of their
work. Inventors with a ready sense of humour and a
reasonable amount of optimism have a further
As well as Gunderson, Mike Clarke fits that description.
He relishes the experiences in his life—studying
electronics at an institute of technology and then
switching to a satisfying chiropractic career of helping
individuals heal. Until a shoulder injury forced him into
early retirement.
He jokes that his wife’s impatience with expensive
electricity bills pressures him to keep at the electronics
project. However, his tone indicates enjoyment of what
he is doing—building a motor intended to power their
large home in northwestern USA, with help from skilled
One of his longtime friends wants to stay out of the
public spotlight, but often helps Clarke. That friend had
spent weekends with a well-known inventor in Idaho, the
late John Bedini, learning about devices such as the one
Bedini called the SG Motor. (Bedini had many inventions.
Energy breakthroughs pioneer, John Bedini
(Photo: Jeane Manning)

Many researchers fear the meme
that frames their goal as
impossible “perpetual motion”,
so they instruct a reporter, “Don’t
call it ‘free energy’!”

I was present, along with knowledgeable engineers,
when he publicly demonstrated a small prototype of an
overunity system.)
Paul Babcock of Spokane, Washington, is a consultant
to the team, and brings electronic switching
breakthroughs and hard-earned experience. The saga of
Babcock losing past inventions as a result of having
investors would fill a book. The takeaway is that even the
lighting industry and water treatment companies resist
disruptive inventions.
Such stories convinced Mike Clarke to pay project
expenses out of his pocket—$100,000 so far—despite
the fact that his project is stifled by lack of funding. He
rejects the thought of taking the traditional route to get
investors and therefore risk losing control of what he and
his team have accomplished. He half-jokes. “I’m a control
Magnetics in USA, Russia, Korea, Turkey, South
America and “Round the World”
Mike was affected by hearing about the tragic death of
one of Babcock’s associates, an inventor from the
Ukraine, more than a year ago. (I see that a speaker at
Jupiter-Verlag’s1 June 2023 conference in Germany,
Roberto Reuter, was scheduled to tell the story. On the
program, the inventor’s name is spelled Andrii Slobodian.
He was with the company Infinity SAV, therefore Reuter
was speaking about the inventor Babcock knew.)
Slobodian had found financial and technical support in
South Korea, where he and his helper could complete
their work in a large laboratory. At nearly the same time
as the Russian inventor’s death, Babcock had a stroke. He
was in a hospital bed in Spokane when his colleague who
worked to provide financing for the Korean facility
phoned in a state of shock to tell Babcock, “Andre is
The sobering events affected the American team
deeply. Paul Babcock is recovering his health, yet a more
recent incident was a serious setback.
Babcock was collaborating with an expert they refer to
as “Dennis,” in Oregon, whose project concerned water
and energy. The project turned out to have potential for
releasing energy at the same time as it cleaned polluted
water in a very efficient way.
One morning a mysterious explosion destroyed the
water expert’s large building and all the technical
equipment in it. Worse, the fire would have taken Dennis’
life if he had not followed an inner nudge to go
downstairs and check something. As his associates tell it,
Dennis had been starting his day in the upper level room
as usual, contemplating what had to be done that day.
As soon as he went downstairs, he heard strange sounds
on the building’s roof, so he walked outside to get a view
of the roof. Then the building exploded with such force
that it knocked him to the ground. The building burned
to the ground too quickly to save anything.

Inspired Energy is Unstoppable
Paul Babcock is convinced that these events were not
accidents. Nevertheless, he and Dennis are rebuilding
their project. Mike Clarke has had to decide whether to
allow such events to stop him. The following incident
illustrates how other experimenters have become
paralysed by fear.
Clarke’s cousin had invested in a technology company
in British Columbia, Canada. She wanted her cousin to
meet its founder when Mike came across the USA border
and visited her city. She called the company, reported
that her cousin was also an inventor experiencing
success, and arranged for them to meet.
The head of the company was familiar with magnet
motors, having experimented with one in the past. He
proceeded to tell his visitor that magnet motors couldn’t
Clarke replied calmly. “Well, it’s working.” The man
didn’t believe him, and continued the lecture. He and his
team had tried to build a magnet motor, but failed to
make it work.
Several times, Clarke tried to interject politely—that his
own team had succeeded. Finally, he insisted, “No, you
don’t understand how the motor works. I can show you
the data where our batteries don’t lose any power. Our
motor works. We’re driving a power source off the shaft.
It’s working right now.”
The technologist changed his tone. “You know, you
could get killed for this.”
When Clarke shared this story, he added that the other
men had abandoned their magnet motor project
“because they were afraid for their lives.”

Inventor Mike Clarke (Photo: eMediapress)

In contrast, Mike Clarke has been inspired in his work
on the prototypes, so he realises “God led me to develop
this, so I do not believe that God will then just let me be
thrown into a grave someplace. I just do not believe
that… If people have the faith to go forward, amazing
things can happen.”
He and his wife take the situation seriously, yet do have
the faith. Concerned about rising suicide rates among
despairing youth, Clarke believes new energy technology
would allow people to live in a way they never dreamed
possible. He said he senses that possible future as being
nearby, with the motor contributing to a better world.
Clarke’s team is planning to build a smaller model of
their Reactive Power Generator to power an RV without
needing solar panels. He planned to demonstrate a
larger prototype at the July 2023 Energy Science and
Technology Conference (ESTC) in Spokane. The goal is
two kilowatts output, and eventually to have units that
will produce between five and ten kilowatts. The average
American home requires around 1.25 kilowatts output
(measured per hour).
Conferences and Connections Give Updates
Magnetic motors are popular topics at ESTC2 and
similar in-person conferences, from Steven Elsick’s
in the USA, to Jupiter-Verlag4

in Germany, and
elsewhere. According to the Jupiter-Verlag program,
Roberto Reuter reported that the magnetic motor work
of Infinity SAV from Korea and that of Turkish inventor
Muammer Yildiz will continue.
The Yildiz motor was demonstrated in the Netherlands
at Delft University of Technology in 2010, to university
staff and students. To prove that no batteries were

responsible for the 250 watt output,
Yildiz had allowed students to dismantle
his magnetic motor.
Co-organiser for Jupiter-Verlag, Adolf
Schneider, presented on “Free Energy in
the Home and in Industry”—”magnetic
motor systems all over the world… and
other projects” including a resonant
Hydraulic Electric Generator invented by
Dr Vyacheslav Valentinovich Marukhin.5
Water: A Key to Clean Energy
I asked author Moray B. King [King,
Moray B., Water: The Key to New
Energy, Adventures Unlimited Press,
2017] about the Thunderclap Engine
invented by Walter Jenkins of Florida,
who died October 8, 2022. King said
Jenkins probably appointed colleague
Ed Grimm to further develop the engine.
Grimm founded a Florida company,
Virien, in 2021. Its website6 says Virien is
daring enough to think outside the box
and create transformational breakthrough technologies.
Jenkins’ patent7 describes:

  • a way to mimic a thunderclap explosion in an internal
    combustion engine by using a charged fog of water
    droplets, and
  • using a small amount of gasoline to do that in ignition
    systems. He reduced the amount of gasoline needed
    down to five per cent gasoline. Jenkins demonstrated his
    discovery by running a dune buggy and a motorcycle on
    That means farmers do not need to abandon existing
    internal combustion harvesters. The rest of us do not
    need to ditch useable vehicles for a switch to electric, or
    destroy Indonesian islands by mining nickel for countless
    In Jenkins’ process of injecting tiny water droplets into
    an engine’s combustion chamber, a plasma arc resulted
    during compression. Tiny, powerful ball lightning events
    happened. Then, only a dash of carbon fuel was needed.
    What Does “Plasma” or “Plasmoid” Mean?
    Plasma is the transformative part of some
    breakthroughs. It is one of four states of matter. Picture a
    steaming hot drink. A solid cup holds the liquid drink. The
    air you blow to cool the drink is a gas. Plasma is an
    ionised gas in the fluorescent tubes lighting the room.
    When a burst of electrical power tears liquid or gas atoms
    apart to create a plasma, electrons and ions are freed to
    work together in ways they can’t in other states of matter.
    Electrical engineer Toby Grotz told me about yet
    another plasma device, “The most exciting development
    is the code-cracking of the (Josef) Papp engine by Heinz

Walt Jenkins’ water-fuelled dune buggy (Photo: W. Jenkins)

Klostermann. The excess energy in this device creates a
negative inertia effect which, as far as I know, has never
before been seen.”
King explains that excess energy manifests in Jenkins’
Thunderclap Engine after the fog particles convert to
microscopic ball-lightning plasmoids (doughnut shaped
clusters of electrons) which self-accelerate. Their excess
energy was discovered by the late Ken Shoulders8, who
named the plasmoids Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVOs),
because they appear to cohere the ubiquitous zero-point
To unveil more of what plasmoids can do, a volunteer
for the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP)
travels from the UK to Japan, eastern Europe and North
America.9 Bob Greenyer’s MFMP reports are freely
posted on YouTube as “live open science.” I would add
“lively.” His authentic reactions to the discoveries enliven
the unfolding tale of both ancient knowledge and
modern science.
MFMP’s website notes that experiments hint of an
incredible, clean energy source, having many names.
“We simply call it the New Fire because, if validated, it
has the potential to replace most of the combustion
energy sources in our world today.”
Dolphins Teach Geologist/Inventor
Tasmanian inventor Malcolm Bendall,10 told Australian
author Roland Perry about swimming with dolphins near
a California beach and seeing dolphins blow bubbles.
The double doughnut—toroidal—shape of the bubbles,
and the energetic process of the bubbles’ collapse gave
Bendall an idea of how an EVO generates energy and
water can be a fuel.11 Bendall says he independently
invented what he calls a Thunderstorm Generator.
Public figures connected to Bendall—Randall Carlson
and Graham Hancock—spoke about him on the popular
Joe Rogan podcast last autumn. Sceptics want to see the
invention being tested, and test data, so the interview
did not convince all viewers that Bendall has an invention

so disruptive to vested interests that his life is in danger.
Need to Rise Above Fear
Stories about inventors threatened and in hiding are a
stumbling block on the path to energy freedom. Fear
clouds thinking, as anger does. Fear can freeze a person
or group into inaction. For that reason, Toby Grotz gives
mixed reviews to medical doctor Steven Greer’s stories
about suppression of inventors.
As I do, Grotz appreciates that Dr Greer has alerted
millions of viewers to the fact that transformative energy
inventions exist. On the other hand, Grotz’ response to
my request for an update included:
“The most disappointing news item is the imminent
release of a film by Steven Greer, The Lost Century,

in which he presents inventions by some well-
meaning inventors and some with delusions of

grandeur… The film is full of conspiracy, and the
promo material posits that anyone that comes out
with an O/U (overunity) machine will be murdered…
Such films have made it even harder to get funding
for breakthrough energy generators.”
I personally know inventors and their families whose
stories of being intimidated, or worse, I have reason to
believe. Nevertheless, I respect Toby Grotz’ concerns. He
experiences the funding challenge firsthand, and we have
each witnessed paralysed reactions when lone inventors
hear about suppression. Not everyone has the courage
to rise above fear.
In the Dominican Republic, Doroteo Rodriguez sees a
twist on the situation. He and his twin brother Porfirio
investigated many disruptive inventions for 40 years. As
Vice-Minister of Energy for his country, Doroteo gave
government officials his reports about promising energy
inventions. Surprisingly, the officials are the ones who
express fearfulness.
Rodriguez gave examples of government officials’
various reactions to reports that local inventors might
have achieved overunity:
1) The officials regard the achievements as fake, or false
alarms, confusion or misunderstandings. Since overunity
(more output than measured input) is supposed to be
impossible, the authorities request more and more
testings and proof.
2) Deciding that if the inventions truly are major
disruptive technologies, then it is a very dangerous
territory which the authorities do not want to be involved
with. “Too many powerful interest groups will be against
3) If the inventions seem legitimate and effective, the
officials believe it is because the examiners or supporting
authorities are not capable of evaluating properly, and
will embarrass themselves when the truth comes out. As
has happened many times, Rodriguez added.
4) “Sometimes the authorities are already part of the

interest groups against such innovation, but in a
concealed way.”
Lawbreakers or Science Explorers?
Rodriguez wrote a lengthy essay about the “urgent and
misunderstood energy crisis.” He gave me permission to
post his not-yet-published writings on my blog.12 The
essay concludes that “Promethean energy” inventions
deserve “opportunities denied for many decades
because of scientists’ misunderstanding of the First Law.”
He is among a growing number of scientists who point
out that laws of conservation of energy and momentum
are overdue for updating, because their definitions retard
acceptance of energy breakthroughs.13
From France, Oxford-educated physicist Dr Simon
Derricutt told me that, after forty years of thinking about
thermodynamics, he can see “where people missed
something in the definitions…”.
That is important, because thermodynamics deals with
heat, work, temperature, and energy. Generations of
science students learn to dismiss new energy inventions
by saying, “You don’t understand thermodynamics.”
Dr Derricutt explains a flaw in Isaac Newton’s third law
of motion derivation of conservation of momentum—
beyond the scope of this article. “However, looks like few
people understood those bits of logic, and thus a
physical device that demonstrably works is needed
before people see the point.” It must be demonstrably
working and cheaply and easily manufacturable.14
“There’s a big belief that some things are permanently
impossible, and that’s a big hump to get over when
showing that it’s actually possible,” Dr Derricutt adds.
The category of new energy with a high proportion of

PhD researchers is the cold fusion field, more correctly
called by other names. In that field, Brillouin Energy
company15 is close to scaling up to go commercial with
their clean-energy electric heating system, if they receive
enough funding. If such processes reach the marketplace,
they could break what I call the “Disbelief Ceiling”.
Hungarian engineer Dr George Egely, technical editor
of Infinite Energy magazine,16 provides overviews and
histories of LENR/cold fusion and other energy
inventions. His openness to studying nonphysical realities
such as bioenergy—also known as life force—caught my
attention years ago when he invented a device to
measure that force.
Nature’s Blueprint Glimpsed
In western Canada, inventor Alan Francoeur17 senses
that life force, and learns from nature’s intelligence daily.
Writings of the late Dr Wilhelm Reich reinforced
Francoeur’s intuitive understanding of a force existing in
the atmosphere as well as in physical bodies.
Francoeur and his wife Jan live on a forested
mountainside in British Columbia—bee-keeping,
gardening and monitoring his experimental setup. It
recycles electricity and amplifies power output from solar
and wind generators. Alan supports the homestead and
research financially with fulltime Highways Department
employment, but mysteries of energy and his Dynamotor
invention are never far from his mind.
He says nature revealed clues to understanding a
historic overunity machine, the Ed Gray motor. For
instance, when Francoeur was observing waves—in lake
water—transform into a standing wave, suddenly he
understood another aspect of the machine’s unusual
electrical operation.
The result of immersion in teachings from the natural
world is practical. Given some solar-powered electricity,
his Dynamotor powers lights in his workshop while
regenerating battery banks as it runs. It has potential for
revolutionising electric vehicle systems.
Francoeur senses that electric current prefers spiralling
motions, so he is winding electric coils with that in mind.
He cites Viktor Schauberger of Austria regarding ways to
move water or air using nature’s preferred tool, the
vortex. Schauberger warned that technology would
destroy ecosystems by ignoring the natural order.
What is “New Science”?
In England, Dr Adrian Marsh moves in two worlds. His
Cambridge university education qualified him to work on
superconductors, semiconductors and quantum effect
devices. That launched a career in engineering. Today,
his successes in that world allow him the independence
to explore far beyond conventional science.
That exploration began for Dr Marsh at age 25. He had
accomplished much of what he had aimed to do, and was
left with questions about the purpose of life. As a result,

he has been on a journey of personal development for
half of his fifty-some years. And at that same young age,
he renewed his interest in concepts such as an aether and
in basics of what he calls New Science. Now with his own
laboratory and in his own time, he helps uncover basic
principles of electricity.
He freely shares results of research related to Nikola
Tesla’s discoveries—open-sourcing it on his website18 and
his YouTube channel AMInnovations. Dr Marsh also
mentors experimenters, by teaching how to calibrate and
use proper measuring equipment so they can accurately
measure what they may have viewed as overunity results.
Regarding his website’s Wheelwork of Nature series,
“Nikola Tesla said there will come a time when we learn
to attach our experiments and apparatus to the very
‘wheelwork of nature,’ so somehow we have to come into
synch with natural processes.”
Conventional science has limitations, although it
creates useful structures. “Conventional science is a very
good expression of the form of life—what things are
made of, how they’re made, and how they interact with
each other on a physical level. New science joins
electricity and energy research with esoteric and
philosophical questions”, Dr Marsh said. It explores the
aetheric spectrum, yet today’s science studies only a
small part of that spectrum.
It gets personal. “When we formulate an experiment
so that we are part of the experimental equation, then
we are doing new science.” One of his presentations at
the Energy Science and Technology Conference (ESTC)
in July of 2023 was to focus on synthesis of science and
philosophy. A video will be available to buy.19
Golden Ratio
An experiment first done by the electrical genius Eric
Dollard in 1974 and more recently rediscovered by Dr
Marsh provides an eye-opener. The golden ratio
experiment is where you see electricity displaying an
underlying fundamental natural order, Dr Marsh said. His
website has photos of the fern-like fractal patterns of a
specially created electrical discharge that shows nature’s
preference for the golden ratio.
The golden ratio is very important in the natural world.
“It has a harmonious balanced feeling, a power in it.”
Mathematicians dating back into antiquity noticed that
ratio and had other names for it, such as the divine
proportion. The way a logarithmic spiral expands is the
closest approximation. You see it everywhere—in classical
Greek architecture, in measurements of the Great
Pyramid, or in the curl of an ocean wave, the spiralling
pattern on a pinecone or petals on a rose.
Dr Marsh is excited about the experiment that reveals
the golden ratio pattern in electricity. “Electricity displays
this underlying fundamental natural order!”
Don’t look for it in electricity coming out of the wall
plug. Instead, the experimenters create an electric

discharge in a harmonious way, which can only be done
by setting up the conditions skillfully. For example, the
Tesla coil of a high enough frequency must create visible
discharges and must be allowed to be in a natural
resonant state with the generator. “You don’t push the
coil to do what it doesn’t want to do, or force it.” Forcing
it collapses the golden ratio discharge. Seeing the golden
ratio pattern in electricity elicits a feeling of awe and

wonder. “When you look at the symmetry…fractal self-
repeating, self-similar expansion and the golden ratio

expansion in the discharge, it’s almost like a
choreographed dance sequence… Almost like inherent
intelligence is involved. So it is very reflective of the
natural order.”
An effect revealing Intelligence in nature, if that is what
we see, is worldview transforming. Dr Marsh would not
be surprised.
Teamwork is a Key
Dr Adrian Marsh lauds the gift that ESTC organiser
Aaron Murakami has—bringing diverse personalities
together to make progress on prototypes.
Jeremiah Ferwerda’s back-to-the-land father in
northern Idaho wants a way to convert heat from his
woodburning stove into power for his home. As a result,
Ferwerda experiments with models of Nikola Tesla’s
favourite invention, a unique bladeless turbine whose
super-efficiency is difficult for conventional engineers to
accept. After finding that Murakami provides inventors a
place to demonstrate their progress and receive
feedback, Jeremiah Ferwerda relocated to Spokane.
In April, Dr Marsh travelled from England for weeks of
collaboration in Murakami’s workshop, helping a team
Golden ratio (Photo: Adrian Marsh)

prepare experiments for their conference. The authority
on history of electrical science, Eric Dollard, was there
building equipment. Dollard is a US Navy veteran who
speaks bluntly about humans addicted to their
electronics. “People are down in the bilge. They need to
get up on deck.”
In our interview, Dollard said Albert Einstein’s writings
damaged our understanding of electricity, then physicists
derailed electrical theory by getting wrapped up in
relativistic mathematics. They “destroyed the aether by
trying to make a mechanical analog of it.” Mechanistic
thinking began to dominate science, affecting our world.
Dollard sees this as the first time in history that our
species divorced itself from nature.
In contrast with his world-weary Tesla technology
mentor Eric Dollard, Griffin Brock in California is fresh out
of high school and first year of college. Nevertheless,
Brock’s technical knowledge, productivity and
inventiveness win respect from the older men on the
ESTC team. Dollard says the amazing teenager has been
the person carrying his (Dollard’s) work forward.
While untangling mathematics of electricity, Dollard
makes new discoveries which “…keep me going, like
taking a walk in the forest and you can’t stop because you
want to know what’s over the next hill.”
In study of the polyphase electrical system that Nikola
Tesla used, Dollard’s passion for classical music as well as
mathematics led him to a piece of J.S. Bach’s music
“which is four-phase within four-phase.” He is
mathematically analysing Bach’s music, and unconcerned
that the knowledge will not yield commercial products.
“Don’t we have enough technologies?”
Eric Dollard also has a head start on ambitious projects
in the Nevada desert that need further funding to
proceed.20 Over the years he invested $100,000 from his
pension, and gathered much of the resources toward
what he calls the Musical Seismograph. It needs at least
twice that amount to continue.

In the Spokane workshop, his Cosmic Induction
Generator may reveal more of nature’s secrets. Murakami
revived Dollard’s project by digging up lost information.
The team see exciting potential in a separate project—
recreating an electrostatic generator/motor invented by
the late John G. Trump. It could ensure the Tesla
Turbine’s success if the two technologies are linked.
I spotlight the ESTC group—the example of diversity
and teamwork Dr Marsh cited—because I am close
geographically to Washington state and attended many
ESTC meetings. However, I see similar connections in
other groups such as Integrity Research Institute21 joining
its presentations with TeslaTech’s in New Mexico, and
Jupiter Verlag promoting other European groups.
The online Advanced Propulsion Energy Conferences22
bring together an international mix of PhDs, engineers
whose day jobs are in government laboratories, NASA
scientists and garage hobbyists. They even turn cameras
toward their private laboratories and share experiments.
A Consciousness Shift Can Guide a
Breakthrough Energy Shift
Some in the environmental movement have dismissed
advocates of new energy solutions as being mere
technophiles who believe technology will solve
humankind’s problems. On the contrary, they know that
a technology is only a tool and could be used wisely or
The leading champions of energy breakthroughs point
away from materialistic viewpoints. They know that
people would be more likely to use the abundant,
decentralised power gift responsibly if a significant
number progress to a higher level of awareness
beforehand. That may be happening; our chaotic times
are jolting people awake.
The first empowering step is to heal relationships.
Accepting differences and focusing instead on what we
agree on—creating a better future for all of Earth’s

Jeremiah Ferwerda’s Tesla turbine (Photo: eMediaPress)

Eric Dollard (Photo: eMediaPress)