DePalma Institute


Catalogued papers by Bruce DePalma available from DePalma Institute:

1) "That is Science", DePalma Institute, 18 July, 1995

2) "The Secret of the Force Machine", Nova Astronautica, Vol. 15, No. 64, April-May-June, 1995, pages 1-8. ISSN: 0393-1005. Nova Astronautica, Sede & Dipartimento RA-1 ASPS, via Nino Martoglio 22, 00137, Roma, Italia.

3) "The Problem of Free Energy", DePalma Institute, 14 March, 1995.

4) "Notes on the Faraday Disc", DePalma Institute, 1 February, 1995.

5) "On the Nature of Electricity", DePalma Institute, 4 January, 1994.

6) "On the Possibility of Extraction of Electrical Energy Directly from Space", Speculations in Science and Technology, Vol. 13, No. 4, page 283, 1990; originally printed by DePalma Institute, 29 April, 1990.

7) "Magnetism as a Distortion of a Pre-Existent Primordial Energy Field and the Possibility of Extraction of Electrical Energy Directly From Space", Proceedings of the 26th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC), 4 - 9 August, 1991, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

8) "Free Energy - The Political, Social and Economic Implications of the N Machine / Space Power Generator", Magnets, Vol. 7, No. 2, page 13. Magnets, c/o A.Z. Industries, P. O. Box 250, Ash Flat, Arkansas, U.S.A. 72513.

9) "An Introduction to Free Energy Physics", DePalma Institute, 12 October, 1989.

10) "Where Electrical Science Went Wrong", Borderlands, Vol. 49, No. 4, 1993, page 30-33. Borderlands, P.O. Box 429, Garberville, California, U.S.A. 95542.

11) "On the Nature of Electrical Induction", Nova Astronautica, Vol. 14, No. 59, January-February-March, 1994, pages 15-21, 34-37. ISSN: 0393-1005.

12) "Report on the Initial Testing Phase of DePalma N-1 Electrical Generator", DePalma Institute, 6 January, 1988.

13) "Secret of the Faraday Disc", DePalma Institute, 2 February, 1984.

14) "The Effect of Gravity on Rotating Objects", Simularity Institute, Edward C. Delvers and Bruce DePalma, 18 March, 1974.

15) "Understanding the Dropping of the Spinning Ball Experiment", Simularity Institute, 3 May, 1977.

16) "How the Equivalence Engine Works", Simularity Institute, 10 June, 1977.

17) "The Rotation of the Universe", DePalma Institute, 25 July, 1983.

18) "Rotation of a Magnetized Gyroscope - The 'N' Machine", Simularity Institute, 16 July, 1979.

19) "Simple Experimental Test for the Inertial Field of a Rotating Real Mechanical Object", Simularity Institute, 18 June, 1975.

20) "Fundamental Discoveries of the New Physics and Mathematics and their Relationship to the UFO Flying Saucer Observations", Simularity Institute, 4 November, 1974.

21) "Generation of a Unidirectional Force", Simularity Institute, 22 April, 1974.

22) "The Quantum of Reality", Simularity Institute, 16 August, 1974.

23) "Gravity and the Spinning Ball Experiment", Simularity Institute, 17 March, 1974.

24) "Gravity and Relativity", Simularity Institute, 5 March, 1974.

25) "The Conversion of Rotational Energy into Linear Mechanical Force", 15 May, 1974.

26) "Experimental Linear Force Machine", Simularity Institute, 24 July, 1974.

27) "Simularity - A New Theory of Physical Phenomena", Simularity Institute, 15 June, 1973.

* Simularity Institute - Predecessor of DePalma Institute

Catalogued papers, letters, and articles available from DePalma Institute:

Paper by Dr. W. Robert Kincheloe:

1) "Homopolar 'Free-Energy' Generator Test", presented to the 1986 Society for Scientific Exploration, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. - revised 21 June, 1987.

Papers by Paramahamsa Tewari:

Paramahamsa Tewari

Venodini Nivas

P. O. Gotegali - 581 317

Karwar (Karnataka)


1) "Physics and Technology of Space Power Generation"

2) "Space Power Generation"

3) "Generation of Cosmic Energy and Matter from Absolute Space (Vacuum)"

4) "Violation of Conservation of Charge in Space Power Generation Phenomena"

5) "Theoretical Foundation to the Experimental Demonstration of Generation of Electrical Power by High Speed Rotation of Conducting Magnetic Disc"

6) "Generation of Electrical Power from Absolute Vacuum by High Speed Rotation of a Conducting Magnetic Cylinder"

Letters and articles from Paramahamsa Tewari:

1) Misc. letters

2) "Energy from Space", India Today, 31 December, 1987, page 102.

Various letters and articles:

1) other International correspondence

2) U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Business Daily, issue PSA-9999, Tuesday, 2 January, 1990. (U.S. Navy call for proposals for "Homopolar Generator designs and current collector technology" to be used in ship propulsion.)

3) other military-related "integrated electric drive" and "power on demand module" (POD-MOD) references.

4) "Machine Gathers Energy from Space, Physicist Claims", Santa Barbara News-Press, Sunday, 30 March, 1980.

5) "Power Switchoff", Sunday Star, 21 February, 1993, section D, page 9; Auckland, New Zealand.

6) "Scientists Claim to Tap the Free Energy of Space", For The People, by Richard Walters, (publication date unavailable).

7) letter from Bruce DePalma to Dr. S. A. Goudsmit, Editor-in-Chief, Physical Review; 24 July, 1874.

8) letter from Bruce DePalma to Dr. Dicke, Dean of Theoretical Physics, Princeton University; 8 April, 1975.

9) letter from Bruce DePalma to Dr. Schreiffer, Dean of Theoretical Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara, 22 July, 1988.

10) letter from National Bureau of Standards to Bruce DePalma; 16 April 1979.

11) letter from Dept. of Energy; 9 May, 1978 - (acknowledges receipt of N Machine diagram).

12) "Fizix Korner", Journal of Borderland Research, September - October, 1989, by Peter Lindemann; (discusses the Dropping of the Spinning Ball Experiment).

13) "Thermodynamics and Free Energy", 8 April, 1994, by Peter Lindemann.

Papers from Dr. Inomata:

1) "Small Neodymium Magnet Twin N Machine", proceedings 28th IECEC, 8 - 12 August, 1993, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

2) "Design Considerations for Super-Conducting Magnet N-Machine JPI-II", by Shiuji Inomata, Ph.D. of Electrotechnical Lab. MITI, Japan, 1-1-4 Umezono, Tskuba-shi, Ibaraki 305, Japan; and, Yoshiyuki Mita, M.S. of Obayashi Corporation, Engineering Dept., Nuclear Facilities Div., 3-5, Kanda Kajicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101, Japan.

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