Bruce DePalma: The Problem of Free Energy


Richard Moore

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14 March 1995

The Problem of Free Energy
Bruce DePalma

Some inventions are good inventions, others are bad inventions. We all know what
the good inventions are, the bad ones are guns, atomic bombs, poison gases, germ
warfare, etc.

A good invention is intrinsically good, waxed paper, buttons, phonograph 
records, tape cassettes, and so on. A free energy machine falls into this 
category, it produces energy without consuming it, creates no pollution, and 
liberates Mankind from centralised control of his freedom. It could eventually 
liberate him from money. Because I am the inventor of the N-machine/Space Power 
Generator my greatest experience lies with this, a machine powerful enough to 
light cities, propel automobiles, and project Mankind into the exploration of 
space. There are other free energy machines, but these are only lesser 
manifestations of the same principle, the extraction of electrical energy 
directly from space. Although the technical details of these inventions are very
interesting, they are covered elsewhere in the literature. The point of this 
essay is why haven't these devices and inventions come into the public domain.

The reason for this has more to do with the contemporary culture rather than 
with the inventors or the inventions themselves. To illustrate this I offer 
historical evidence, from the beginning with the concept, to its eventual 
realisation in a practical machine.

The first person one has to convince of the availability of energy in a free 
unalloyed form directly from Nature, is yourself. Having received training from 
the best of schools, M.I.T. and Harvard, I started out fully indoctrinated with 
the ideas of conservation of energy, the laws of Newton, and the equations of 
Maxwell. In this there is no free energy. I had to become convinced, by direct 
experimental evidence, of an energetic principle in Nature, a principle that 
could be tapped if understood, and utilisable in some form of machine whose 
total output was mechanical or electrical energy, without consumption or burning
of fuel of any sort. Needless to say, this goal can be achieved by distortion of
space itself, but this is another story. In order to obtain milk from the cow, 
you do have to squeeze and pull on the udder.

I have a very strong background in successful high-tech R&D. Once I had 
demonstrated the reality of direct extraction of electrical energy in a small 
model N-machine, I thought commercial development would be obvious and easy. 
That was 17 years ago.


We live in a technological world. We tend to think all problems in the world can
be solved through science and technology. If this were the case, we would have 
free energy now, and the world would be at peace.

The details of my experiences with the N-machines I have built and demonstrated 
have been published elsewhere. Through it all I have had to learn by direct 
experience certain realities of the world we live in and the consequences of 
introducing a possibly world changing invention to Mankind.

Einstein showed us power was in the existence of all things, and nowhere is that
more true than in the works and activities of the elite groups who attempt to 
control society. The nature of these groups and their power has come to light in
the studies of the Tri-lateral Commission, the CFR, the World Bank, and Dope 
Inc. Power and energy, the generation and control thereof, is the number one 
business in the world, more powerful than guns and drugs, food and property. One
of my first discoveries, after having graduated from University, was that 
science and scientists in general were controlled in their activities by 
managers and political influences originating from individuals with no intrinsic
knowledge of science. The feeling was that if there was a job to be done, a 
specification could be generated, money could be offered and technical people 
would step forward. If there were first rate scientists who felt the job was 
immoral or impossible, then there were legions of second and third raters who 
would step forward and take the money. This ensured the control of science and 
scientists could be maintained by money. In this world nothing was impossible 
and all things could be done. As soon as a scientist would step forward and 
challenge the rationality, viability, or morality of a given program, he could 
be stopped through excommunication.

In the old days, prior to the second world war, scientists would have to raise 
money for their researches from wealthy private individuals, Trusts or 
Foundations. Thus we have the Hale reflecting telescope, the Lawrence Livermore 
Laboratories, and the Fels Planetarium. With the discovery of the splitting of 
the atom and the possibility of military power based on the atomic bomb, the 
tenor of science changed. Funding came from the government and projects were 
developed along lines consistent with the concept of a New World Order. Not only
the character of research but the sequence of introduction of new technology was
controlled in the interests of the maximisation of profit and the maintenance of
a strong, credible military deterrent.

Into this best of all possible worlds three factors entered to disturb the 
implementation of the Plan. First there was a limitation of material resources 
obtained from fossil planetary deposits. Second, the means of enforcement of a 
New World Order based on atomic power became flawed because people realised that
the carrying out of the threat of its use would destroy the planet. Thirdly, in 
a world of total centralised control of resources, the population eventually 
became jaded and unfulfilled. Man does not live by bread alone, and a world 
without a dream has no spiritual dimension. Consequently there was total 
control, but nothing to believe in. Thus the desire to work and fulfill the 
orders of the masters withered away. To say we live in a safer, cleaner, more 
satisfying world now than we did fifty years ago, before the dawn of the atomic 
era, is a manifestation of the Orwellian nightmare.

In all of this we have not yet spoken of free energy. That is because free 
energy is not part of this world. Free energy comes from a place where 
limitation is not the paradigm of Mankind, and ownership and control are ideas 
which have been forgotten long ago. In the sense that free energy is available 
now, the contemporary establishment is confronted with something it does not 
want to understand, because in its understanding all other realities are 

I have often thought that this situation is mythological in the following way. 
In history we find kings and rulers allied with wizards and sorcerers, in the 
happy and successful kingdoms of the past. The wizard [a.k.a. scientist] Merlin,
educated the young King Arthur. Aristotle was the teacher of Alexander who 
conquered the world. It was never so that the king would attempt to control or 
usurp the power of the sorcerer any more than the sorcerer was interested in 
ruling the kingdom. In modern times, with the power of money, bankers and 
businessmen rule the roost with their handmaidens of wealthy property owners and
families. Nowhere in this is the power of the sorcerer recognised. In such a 
world the power of non-doing is unappreciated.

In this world of contemporary times, all the agencies, CIA, FBI, KGB, NSA, 
Electric Power Research Institute, DARPA, Brookings Institution, Henry 
Kissinger, Edward Teller, et al., all are aware of DePalma and his ideas. 
Because these individuals and institutions are employed by the ruling elite to 
forecast the future and satisfy present needs and demands, it is clear that free
energy is a threat to the world order constructed by business and the mindset of
those who want to own the world. Free energy represents Man's aspirations and 
dreams of freedom and equality, uniform division of resources and the ability to
choose one's own future. The fact that free energy is suppressed speaks to the 
greed and self-interest of a ruling elite which, even in the face of an 
emergency of global starvation, resource depletion and environmental pollution, 
will not give one inch if it means loss of control. This is an attitude of 
paranoid delusion and fantasy which can only arise from the alienation of a 
class of elitists who, through their money, are completely insulated from the 
reality of the day to day fight for existence of the common man.

Many things have been said to me in the long years I have spent in the 
development of the science and technology of free energy. One of them has been, 
"After the crash." Another has been, "If there was one chance in a hundred of 
this working, then we should go for it because there is no alternative." I would
hate to think that society would have to destroy itself before this new form of 
energy were introduced. In terms of the world of the bankers, property holders, 
money men, elitists and others of their ilk, their world is over, with or 
without free energy. I have always felt that we live in a compassionate world of
Nature, in which the choice of life or death is always available, both to 
individuals and societies. As long as we the people allow our collective future 
to be controlled and manipulated, we have no choice. Given the possibility of a 
new source of energy, the world can be turned and we can re-create Nature once 
again on this planet. I am not advocating my machine or any other machine in 
particular to be "the solution". What is needed is a change of attitude. We have
to go beyond the understandings and strategies of our feudal and warlike past. 
Our theories of Nature must take into account the transcendence of all things 
that exist, and the possibility of an energetic principle latent in Nature. With
this we may survive.

I have given a great deal of thought to the presentation of experimental results
of my machines, new reports, new theoretical interpretations, more hardware, 
nuts and bolts appreciations. It does no good to write reports about things 
people cannot understand or do not want to understand. What is needed is to 
unload the accumulated baggage of our unenlightened past, and open our minds to 
new ideas. If such is the case, I am more than happy to discuss my machines and 
theories with anyone and everyone.

Bruce DePalma

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