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Subject: RE: Howard Johnson's Motor
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 21:48:18 -0600

Dear David,

Howard is quite old these days, doesn't get around like he used to, and doesn't receive visitors very much, unfortunately.

However, some present folks are indeed carrying on his work, with his blessings, and I would not be surprised to wake up one fine morning and find a Johnson motor available on the world market.

At least, with Howard's permission we have made publicly known the mechanism he uses and evokes, so that one can see there really is a known asymmetrical mechanism already in physics, that is involved in his motors, and  that will indeed produce a nonconservative field and therefore allow "self-powering" (actually the energy is taken freely from the vacuum energy exchange).  And for those young fellows who never paid attention to exchange forces in their sophomore physics text (if by Feynman, in his 3 volumes), we have now made them aware that those forces really do exist and really can be freely evoked and controlled, given sufficient development time and effort to get it right.

So I think a Johnson motor is now almost inevitable. Particularly with spintronics having been born and now struggling to become not only a science but an applied science and technology.  It will just take the necessary time, but we are almost certainly going to see Johnson motors in our future. The sooner the better, as far as I'm concerned.

Best wishes,

Tom Bearden

Hello Tom,

my name is David and I have been interested in magnet motors for quite a few years.  I was wondering if you know of a place where I could get the arced magnets for the Johnson motor, and if there's any way I could meet him?  I would be willing to fly anywhere (even though I hate to fly) to see a working unit.  I am self employed and have quite a bit of free time to dedicate to any project of my choosing, so if you need anything on the west coast, just let me know.  I would love to be involved somehow.

Thank you very much,