"Enough energy is coming to the earth to light over 1.5 million (1,693,600) 100-watt lamps for every human being on the earth today. Without the use of a prime mover, no fuel of any kind need be taken as a dead load since this energy can be "picked up" directly by ocean liners, airplanes, or any form of transportation. Heat, light and power can be made available for use in all kinds of building and for all kinds of machinery. An example would be to pump water onto the desert lands, the power source being only a fraction of the weight of any steam plant or any kind of engine in use today. and all this at a fraction of the current cost.
"A wild dream? No! It's a proven reality, as hundreds of people know who have witnessed the Moray Radiant Energy invention — powered from the cosmos." So stated Thomas Henry Moray in the original edition of his book, The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats.
Nikola Tesla insisted the energy of the universe was waiting to be tapped. Great scientists have mathematically proven its existence. Why has this greatest source of energy been ignored? is the reason political or economical?
The 5th edition of The Sea of Energy carries a complete history of Dr. Moray’s work, including documentation of the experiments he performed, showing that he developed a bi-polar transistor as early as 1927, and by 1939 had successfully demonstrated that his Radiant Energy device would deliver as high as 50,000 watts of power. This energy, omnipresent in the universe. is waiting to be harnessed.
The book tells how Dr. Moray was harassed. threatened, and even shot; he finished his life in semi-seclusion. Even though eminent scientists examined his device during and after its operation, and admitted that they could not understand the source of the power they had witnessed, still he was never able to gain their support for his work.
Four chapters of Dr. Moray's original book containing his theories have been edited and republished in the new edition, along with appendices and references of scientific data that verify his work. The conclusion suggests how this vital research might be continued.
History reveals that man is bent on exploiting the natural resources around him with little or no thought for conserving or extending the limited supply. We no longer can afford this luxury. Can we afford to lose the only truly innovative proposal for the development of an energy source? Especially in this day with its critical, ever-increasing energy needs? Will you do something about it? The world may yet obtain and utilize this power. You can help. Find out how. Begin by learning what has already been done and what now needs to be done."