The purpose and objective of this introduction and website is to report and document my explorations, investigations, and considerations into the nature of electricity, and specifically that pertaining to electrical phenomena resulting from the interaction and dynamic relationship between the dielectric field of induction, and the magnetic field of induction.
My explorations into the nature of electricity started in 2003 when I discovered the works of Nicola Tesla, and then most notably the works of Eric Dollard, the Edwin Gray Motor, and Peter Lindemann amongst others. Basing my experimental departure point on these works I sought to firstly reproduce and confirm the presented experiments and results, before developing and extending my research into further discovery, and with the objective of establishing a deeper working understanding of the phenomena thus obtained.
Much experimentation has been undertaken and accomplished on the journey so far, yet none of this work has as yet been presented or communicated with those other like-minded individuals that have undertaken a similar journey of discovery in this field. Accordingly this website forms my “research diary” of the journey so far covered, and that yet to come. It is my intention to progressively assemble the content of my work over time through text, pictures, and videos, into a coherent and detailed archive of research materials. It is my hope that the presentation of my investigations so far, and those continuing, may stimulate communications and collaborations with others working actively in this fascinating field.
I started this work in 2003 with the intent to investigate experimentally Nicola Tesla’s claim that “Electric Power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need of coal, oil, gas, or any other of the common fuels!”. If this indeed is the case then it would have obvious and far-reaching import for the production and distribution of electric power, and the world’s future energy requirements.
Over time I have become progressively more clear that the nature of my investigations into electricity can be understood at a much deeper level as a more fundamental set of principles, which together define how the nature of electricity will present itself in any specific circumstance. These principles being explored, and hence the objectives of my ongoing research, are to establish the working validity of these principles and the practical demonstration of their action and relevance in suitable experimental apparatus:
1. Electricity undifferentiated acts through the process of displacement, and is completely coherent in both the dimensions of time and of space.
2. Electricity differentiated (the dielectric field of induction, and the magnetic field of induction) acts through the process of transference.
3. Perception is directly influenced and effected by electric displacement, as the primary mechanism of assembling perception.
4. The displacement of electric power is a coherent longitudinal state where the differentiated dielectric and magnetic fields of induction are spatially in phase and hence undifferentiated.
5. The displacement of electric power always occurs proportional to a load or “need” within a system, where the need cannot be met through the process of transference.
6. Electric power can be displaced between two or more points with additional amplification.
7. Electric power can be displaced between two or more points without loss.
8. Transference of electric power between two or more points always results in loss through dissipation.
9. Transference is the most simple method of generating electric power and requires a common fuel.
I wish to acknowledge a small number of individuals past and current who have assisted me on this journey of exploration. They have been both a source of inspiration to me personally, encouraging me to ever greater efforts, and also have contributed theoretically and/or practically to establish an ever greater understanding of this work. These individuals are: Théun, Neil, Onnik, and Robert who currently continues to work alongside me in the day-to-day practical work. And also to Irina, who stands by me everyday, and supports, inspires, and encourages me to ever greater endeavours.
As way of introduction to myself; science, technology, and computing are my great passion in life, and have dominated my professional career, personal time, and early-life from a young age. My father was an engineer before me, and my mother a particularly creative, insightful, and resourceful person, and who both combined have given me the very best start to a lifetime of creation, invention, and discovery.
I was originally trained in the 80s as an electronic engineer specialising in RF, microwave, and solid state technologies. Early research projects included the practical design and implementation of a cryogenically cooled microwave linear amplifier for mm-wave astronomical applications, and practical research in the electromagnetic properties of the high-gain cross-field antenna. These early research projects included comprehensive training and experience in a wide range of measurement techniques using sophisticated equipment, including network, spectrum, and impedance analysis, RF power measurement, and time-domain reflectometry.
In the 90s I worked at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University to firstly develop cryogenic integrated linear amplifiers for satellite and astronomical applications. This quickly gave way to a fascination in researching solid state quantum effect devices including, the quantum hall effect, ballistic coherent electron conduction, nano-scale charging, and most importantly the coherent conduction of electric super-current in superconductor-semiconductor junctions; the first steps to the development of superconducting, zero resistance, transistors. These research activities in collaboration with industry, led to seminal research on the superconducting transistor, and a number of patents on the implementation and application of the superconductor-semiconductor junction to high-speed computing and communications.
In the late 90s and into the new millennium decade I researched, invented, and developed a number of medical devices, including a low level laser therapy device, which integrates coherently four different radiances: infra-red laser light, multi-colour led light, ultrasonics, and magnetics. I was a founder member of a research company which worked to patent, prototype, and manufacture this laser device into a number of different successful commercial products. Around the same time I became interested in the new energy field, and in particular the work of Nicola Tesla, Eric Dollard, and Edwin Gray, which triggered the search for a deeper understanding of the underlying practical mechanisms of electricity, both scientific and esoteric. What followed was a fascinating journey of discovery as I sought to understand and replicate the research, demonstrations, and measurements of key experimenters in the field at the time.
In 2003 I established my own self-funded, not-for-profit, research company called AMInnovations, whose primary research activity to date is in the “Displacement and Transference of Electric Power”. Research into displacement of electric power attempts to understand the underlying coherent mechanisms of electricity, which appear to stem from the inclusive and inter-dependent relationship between the dielectric and magnetic fields of induction, and their balance and equilibrium throughout the common medium. To date, a lot of as yet unreported research has been undertaken by myself and co-workers at AMInnovations, and this is progressively being released in the form of online posts and video experiments. Displacement of electric power, along with Tesla Energy and Electricity Research, and the associated theories and principles, remain my primary research interest and work in progress.
It is my great hope that the material presented on this website will stimulate interesting and useful discussions with other like-minded individuals, and maybe even lead to new collaborations and projects not yet envisaged.
Click here to start at the beginning of my research diary with Flat Coil Design – Part1. Each post has a link at the end that leads to another page in the sequence.
1. A & P Electronic Media, AMInnovations by Adrian Marsh, 2019, EMediaPress