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NOTE.  We also refer our readers to the newly published book by the Correas, The Discovery of the Aether Motor (1): The (Re-)Discovery of the Orgone Motor.
For a demonstration of this technology, see the the DVD From Pulsed Plasma Power to the Aether Motor.

The Aether/Orgone Motor & Converter:
First Patent Issued & Note on Publication of the Application

First Aether/Orgone Motor Patent Issued (May 2006)

The first of a series of patent applications filed by the Correas on the subject of the Orgone/Aether Motor and Converter, and entitled tout court "Energy Conversion System", finally issued on May 30th, 2006 - see USPTO publication of patent # 7,053,576.

Announcement of Publication of the First Aether/Orgone Motor Patent Application (April 2006)

The first Orgone/Aether Motor and Converter patent application was laid open by the USPTO on April 20, 2006. This is the dawn of active and passive massfree energy technologies.

Following in the footsteps of Tesla's search for the Aether Motor and Reich's discovery of the Orgone Motor, the Correas demonstrate in this new patent application how massfree electric energy can be employed to capture ambient 'latent and sensible heats' and deliver captured excess energy in the form of ordinary electricity or motor action (mechanical work). This first application deals with the basics of ambipolar transmitter and receiver systems, and the difference between resonance and energy capture. It presents couplings to varied plasma discharges, including the autogenous PAGD regime. It also contains an extensive discussion of drag-cup Spinner motors - those used by W. Reich in his Orgone Motor (KS-8264, KS-9154) and those used only by the Correas (KS-8988 and KS-9303).

The abstract reads:

"The present invention is concerned with conversion to conventional electrical energy of the variants of massfree energy radiation considered above, referred to for convenience as Tesla waves, massfree thermal radiation and latent massfree radiation. The first variant of such radiation was recognized, generated and at least partially disclosed by Nikola Tesla about a hundred years ago, although his work has been widely misinterpreted and also confused with his work on the transmission of radio waves. The Tesla coil is a convenient generator of such radiation, and is used as such in many of the embodiments of our invention described below, but it should be clearly understood that our invention in its broadest sense is not restricted to the use of such a coil as a source of mass-free radiation and any natural or artificial source may be utilized.

According to the invention, a device for the conversion of massfree radiation (as herein defined) into electrical or kinetic energy comprises a transmitter of massfree electrical radiation having a damped wave component, a receiver of such radiation tuned to resonance with the damped wave frequency of the transmitter, a co-resonant output circuit coupled into and extracting electrical or kinetic energy from the receiver, and at least one of a transmission cavity between the transmitter and the receiver, a full-wave rectifier in the co-resonant output circuit, and an oscillatory pulsed glow discharge device incorporated in the co-resonant output circuit. The output circuit preferably comprises a full wave rectifier presenting a capacitance to the receiver, or an electric motor, preferably a split phase motor, presenting inductance to the receiver. The transmitter and receiver each preferably comprise a Tesla coil and/or an autogenous pulsed abnormal glow discharge device. The transmission cavity is preferably at least partially evacuated, and comprises spaced plates connected respectively to the distal poles of the secondaries of Tesla coils incorporated in the transmitter and receiver respectively, the plates being parallel or concentric. The split-phase motor is preferably an inertially damped AC drag motor."

Follow-up applications focus on methods to directly but passively capture solar energy, and on transmissionless systems for the generation of ordinary electricity.