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Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 20:54:40 -0600
Moray sintered his semiconductors he made, under very strong pressure (used some big old railway presses). That locked in a great deal of stress, which is opposing forces. In short, it may have constituted some free optical pumping of the semiconductors.  I haven't directly investigated what effect that has on the input signal, but because of the way he used an elevated antenna as input, I think he was doing some of what Stubblefield and Tesla had done.
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Didn't Henry Moray also utilize this stressing effect in conjunction with other effects to tap energy from the vacuum?



Reminder:  Please include the Compton Effect and Physical Optics
to your list of major consequences of your GUFT in your mission
I think such a list is very important to show the importance of your equations..
Such a list should be at the beginning of your book on Evans'
People at my level really need the beauty of your equations
expressed in words to entice us to invest the enormous
effort to understand the details of your equations.
Recently I purchased all the research papers of Charles
Brush from Case Western Reserve.  These report his
findings of many experiments which show that if an
object is stressed its falling acceleration is different
than when it is not stressed!
IBM recently revealed one of their secrets in decreasing
electron travel time in computer chips by stressing the
chip.  This elongates the orbitals and speeds electron flow!
I will try to put Brush's papers in pdf format and eventually
send them to you.