Can we produce Electricity with a glass of Water? ... Introducing John Ernest Worrell Keely Print
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John Ernest Kelly

Greetings my Friends ...

   I feel you are concerned and worried ... Please don't ... Just place your hope and offer your Free Will to the Lord ... and say "Thine, Thine, Thine, not my Will".

   I want to speak to-day about a Great Inventor capable to produce a machine that work with "air and water" ... that works like a Gun ... The article I want to reproduce for you appears on New York Time, on September 22, 1884.

   The Inventor speaks about his Motor ... and him test like a Gun.

   However, because the pressure produced by the motor is logical to engine a turbine which become popular later ... to produce Electricity ... It is a real shame that these inventor are remained in the shadow for so long ...

   However, it is our turn ... to move them to Light and continue their great Job.

   Thanks ... John!

   Please be a Judge ... about him effort ...

Thanks,

Giovanni A. Orlando.

KEELY'S ETHERIC YAPOR

HE EXPLAINS HIS INVENTION TO A

REPORTER.

THE INVENTOR SATISFIED WITH HIS SANDY HOOK EXPERIMENTS—ANOTHER PUBLIC TEST PROMISED SOON.

 

Philadelphia, Sept. 21 1884 — John W. Keely, the inventor of the Keely motor, sat in his dress­ing gown this evening in the second story of his residence on Oxford-street reading the news­paper accounts of the experiments with his new motor gun on Saturday in the presence of a party of Government officials at Sandy Hook.

 

A satisfied expression was on his face. A reporter of the Press was cautious­ly examining a vaporic vibrator that lay on the table in the middle of the room. Laying down his paper the inventor wheeled around in his chair, and, after studying for a moment, broke the silence that he has so per­sistently maintained, and, for the first time in several years, communicated his thoughts to a newspaper man.

 

“My experimenting days are over,” he said. “This will develop my active enterprise. Complete success is very near at hand.

 

My experiments at Sandy Hook demonstrated that my vaporic force is a fact and not a mere creation of fancy, as many persons have persist­ed in declaring. I am now able to produce a power of projection thrice greater than that of gunpowder, and there is no limit to this force.

 

My motor will be completed in less than two months and I will then make a public exhibition of its wonderful powers, which are already in a position to manifest themselves. The adaptation of my force to gunnery is positively assured. I can apply it with more effect than that of nitroglycerine."

 

The inventor paused and took out of a sachel what looked like a policeman's billy. “This,” he said, “is what I call a vibrator. It is a hollow coil of steel of the finest quality, in one end is an orifice, by which it is attached to the germ. It is the most peculiar piece of steel in the world. Listen,” and the inventor tapped one end of the coil twice, sharply, upon the floor and held it to the ear of the reporter. “Do you hear anything?" The reporter did hear something-. The steel cone was humming in a very high key. The noise was like that of a tuning fork.

 

Taking the core in his hand, the reporter found that it was quivering from one end to the other. Mr. Keely continued: “It hums, don't it? No other piece of metal in the world of similar shape will hum at all. See if it does,” and he tapped another hollow bar of steel on the floor and held it to the re­porter's ear. Not a sound was audible, not a quiver could be detected.

 

“That steel bar," said Mr. Keely, was the beginning of my motor.

 

By means of it I stumbled on my discoveries. For seven years I have kept flowing through that core a stream of etheric vapor. The action of the vapor has been to affect the rela­tions of the molecules and to alter to a certain extent their conditions. For this reason it has become subject to these vibrations, which are excited in the manner I have shown you.

 

There has been no apparent outward change in the steel. Its weight is the same as before, but it is in the process of silent dissolution. Were I to pass through it for 20 years longer, this etheric vapor, it would crumble into nothingness, be transformed into the most impalpable dust, or whatever you may choose to call it.

 

The steel core is necessary for the promulgation of the projecting force of the etheric vapor when applied to gunnery. When the vapor was first allowed to flow to the core of steel, the vibrations were scarcely audible. Gradually they increased in volume, and the noise became more and more audible. The vi­brations through it have averaged 300,000 per second. It has sufficient force to operate a 500-horse power engine.

 

"Stripping the process of all technical terms, it is simply this: I take water and air, two mediums of different specific gravity ,and produce from them by generation an effect under vibrations that liberates from the air and water an inter atomic ether. The energy of this ether is boundless and can hardly be comprehended. The specific gravity of the ether is about four times lighter than that of hydrogen gas, the lightest gas so far discovered.

 

I can best answer you intelligently by ex­plaining the operations of the gun I used at Sandy Hook. It was a breech-loading: rifle weighing 500 pounds. It was specially constructed for me. On Wednesday last I charged my tube—a five-gallon reservoir of wrought iron, one and a half inches thicker with etheric vapor. Then I boxed it up and did not ever test it, so I was certain of its powers. Three hours before the experiments it remained untouched in my shop. The process of charging it consumed less than four seconds of time. You could not guess how much material was used in making the vapor,” and the inventor smiled and paused to allow the reporter to use his ingenuity at guessing.

 

“A pint of water,” suggested the visitor.

 

Mr. Keely smiled more broadly than before. Then he said, with a tremble in his eye: "A pint of water would have been an extrav­agant quantity. To project 20 leaden bullets, each weighing: nearly five ounces, at a velocity of over 50 feet a second, there was required six drops of water and about a pint of air. From this combination I derived suf­ficient force to fire 20 bullets of like weight as those used.

 

The most curious thing about all is, that I found, at the end of my experiments, that I had increased the power in my tube instead of diminishing it. Just as a race horse needs to be warmed up before he -can do himself justice, the initial velocity of the last bullet was more than that of the first one. I can take that same tube and operate it another day.”

 

“Have you ever estimated the power of your inter-atomic ether” was asked.

 

“I have produced frequently,” was the answer,  a pressure of 10,000 pounds to the square inch in a quarter of a second. The process in reality is instantaneous. I have succeeded in making a vacuum of 31 pounds pressure. The greatest vacuum ever before produced was of 15 pounds pressure- One is an etheric, the other an atmospheric vacuum.

 

In order to apply the ether to any gun all that is necessary is to get the chord of vibration of the gun to agree with the chord of the vibrator. The vibrations run through 40 octaves. I am able to produce in metal the etheric vibra­tions in from 7 to 20 minutes. The flow thus in­duced is equal to that which it has required seven years to effect in the steel core you were examining a little while ago. Now, as I started to explain to you, I allow this inter-atomic ether to pass into the gun. I then vibrate the gun by means of a blow with a mallet, or anything of that kind.

 

The steel coil attached to the gun increases the intensity of the vibrations fifteenfold.

 

After the ether is introduced into the weapon behind the projectile the vibrations liberate it and it expands, and the bullet is propelled out with great force, four times as great, as I told you, as that of gunpowder, and that, too, on a low line of graduation. I have succeeded in generating a pressure of 56,000 pounds to the inch, and I have torn a Shaw gauge to pieces under the immense pressure.

 

I have thrown a seven-ounce projectile through a cast iron plate three-eighths - of an inch in thickness. I have propelled a lead bul­let through a four-inch plank of wood.

 

In this instance, after passing through wood, so great was the force of its progress, it flattened itself out the size of a plate and as thin as a water against a steel obstacle placed in the line of its flight. On another occasion a lead bullet, after being tired through a board, became disintegrated, and was showered over the room in particles no larger than the head of a pin.

 

By attaching a steel coil to a resonanter, a square box that performs the functions of a violin, and drawing a resined bow across the coil, I can produce vibrations of such a character as ty break glass as if it had been struck by a ham­mer."

 

“Has it ever occurred to you that there might possibly be some affinity between the inter-atomic ether vibrations and the manifestation that is called electricity ?” was the next inquiry.

 

“I am positive they are entirely different sub­stances." replied the inventor. They have no points of resemblance. The ether passes through glass, but does not affect it. Electricity will not pass the angle glass. I expect to be able to apply the ether vibrators to telegraphy. I have ex­perimented on 8,000 feet of wire, and in one-eighth of a second I have transmitted to the other end of the wire a force sufficient to make holes in pasteboard. I confidently assert that I can intensify the vi­brations so as to disturb the molecules in a wire 23,000 feet in length, and that in a second of time.

The vibrations travel with extreme velocity. The operation of the wire in telegraphy is simply this: It is passed into a resonator, one end of which is at­tached to a vibrator. In this way the vibrations are induced and promulgated. My large motor is completed and only needs to be adjusted. I will give a public test inside of two months.

 

I have filed caveats of all my motors and inven­tions and will have them patented. I am now building one 500 horse-power engine and one 250-horse-power engine.

 

The latter is completed except as to the vitalizing process. You can say for me that in a few weeks the public will have an opportunity of seeing the prac­tical and successful results of my seven years of experimenting.

 

Although my ini­tial discovery was purely accidental, I have pursued my investigations systematically and I am as confident of the result as I am that the sun will set.

 

Recently I have made a num­ber of experiments with my gun, and also with my motor in the presence of the stockholders of the motor company and of prominent scien­tific men, and they have expressed them­selves as abundantly satisfied with the manifestations and the applications of the vaporic force. In fact, for a long time, the only trouble has been to bridle the force. Its existence is beyond dispute. This I have succeeded in accomplishing, and the problem that remains is or insignificant impor­tance.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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