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PRELIMINARY PATENT DESCRIPTION "BATTERY" Docket Number 1687
T. Townsend Brown
This invention relates, in general, to a new and unique method for generating
electricity. In particular, it relates to a type of battery which, unlike other batteries,
is not powered by chemical action. While it functions as an electromotance, it is not its
own (self-contained) source of energy. While the physical principles underlying this
invention are not clearly understood, it is presently believed, supported by other
evidence, that the energy source is extraterrestrial, coming to the Earth from cosmic
space in the form of penetrating gravitational radiation. It is believed that this
gravitic radiation coming from cosmological sources is of ultra-high frequency, extending
possibly into the angstrom range.
Strictly speaking, while this invention may be classified for patent purposes as a new
form of "battery" - it could more accurately be termed an "energy
converter" or a gravitovoltaic device. From the practical operational standpoint,
however, it is appropriately referred to as a battery.
The active ingredient of the subject battery is a massive high-K dielectric material,
such as heavy metal oxides or carbides. For the sake of clarity in this patent
application, tungsten carbide (specific gravity 17.0) is selected as one of the best, if
not the best, active ingredient to use. Heavy metal oxides such as lead monoxide
(litharge), osmium or barium compounds or the like may be used with similar results. The
electrical output is conducted from the said active (receptor) mass by suitably placed
electrodes. This output is observed in the form of a DC self-potential.
Figure 1 is a perspective of the said battery, showing insulated
enclosure 1 containing a volume of heavy powder 2 such as tungsten carbide
with a binding agent, together with electrodes 3 and 4 attached thereto and
leads 5 and 6 to conduct the generated current to external load 7.
Figure 2 is a circuit diagram of Figure 1
showing additionally the means to polarize the battery initially. Polarization voltage is
supplied by high voltage source 8. Voltage is supplied only while the mixture is
cooling and/or hardening. This circuit is then disconnected.
It is necessary, initially, to polarize the battery in order to orient the dipole
molecules and align the particles of powder so that output EMF is additive. This alignment
of dipoles or polarization, induced while the active material is fluid, is retained and
persists after the active material cools or hardens.
The battery is constructed in the following steps:
- Tungsten carbide powder is mixed with molten carnauba wax or other suitable binder and
the heavy mixture poured into insulated container 1 and allowed to cool or harden.
- During cooling, a high voltage is placed across electrodes 3 and 4 as
shown in Figure 2, so as to electrically polarize the mixture. This
polarization is necessary so as to permit subsequent energy (gravitovoltaic) conversion
from the incident radiation.
- Following polarization, cooling and solidification, the battery is ready to operate and
will continue thereafter to generate self-potential with integrated power far in excess of
the power required for polarization. It is observed in tests extending over many years
that, whereas the output undergoes diurnal and secular variations, it does not permanently
diminish or disappear. In other words, the evidence to date is that this form of battery
has no fixed life, as other (chemical) batteries, but continues to generate electricity
While I have in the foregoing specifications referred to tungsten carbide and carnauba
wax as preferred ingredients, it is to be clearly understood that other massive high-K
dielectrics and plastic (or other) binders may be utilized without departing from the
spirit of the invention as intended to be covered in the hereto appended claims.
- Method of generating electricity consisting in utilizing a mass of tungsten carbide
powder, binding said powder in a suitable semi-conductor, polarizing said mass by applying
high voltage thereto while said binder is hardening and utilizing collector electrodes and
leads attached thereto to conduct away the generated electricity.
- Method of generating electricity comprising mixing powdered tungsten carbide with molten
carnauba wax, allowing said mixture to harden within an intense electrical field, removing
said field and utilizing the perpetual self-potential of said mixture to energize an
T. Townsend Brown
April 28, 1976
Partial PRELIMINARY PATENT DESCRIPTION "Rock"
T. Townsend Brown
Careful observations, conducted over a period of years, have revealed the existence of
a "steady state" electrical self-potential spontaneously developed by certain
semi-conductors. Exploratory work with various semi-conducting material has revealed
massive high-K dielectrics, being heavy semi-conducting materials with high dielectric
constant, produce the greatest self-potential. Solid dieliectrics such as barium titanate,
lead zirconate titanate and certain natural rocks (granite, basalt, etc.) are found to
produce this electrical self-potential. The origin of the self-potential referred to in
this application is believed to be not hitherto known or identified. It is not
piezoelectric, pyroelectric or electrochemialc in origin.
Whereas, it appears to be a fact of nature that rocks and similar dielectric and
semi-conducting materials spontaneously produce electricity, it is the purpose of this
invention to apply the means to extract that electricity so that it may be utilized. This
application specificially excludes piezoelectric (pressure related) and pyroelectric (heat
related) effects commonly observed in materials of this type and well known in the art.
This application relates exlusively to the phenomenon of "petroelectricity" (a
new terminology) which is relatively "steady state" and not dependent upon
temperature, pressure or chemical action. The origin of petroelectric energy is not
presently known. It is obvious that this energy does not reside in the material itself but
must, it appears, have an external, perhaps even extraterrestrial origin. Incident
radiation from space (neutrino flux or optical-frequency gravitational radiation has been
proposed) but, at present, no adequate explanation exists.
The earmarks of the incoming radiant energy which appear to cause the petrovoltaic
effect are the clearly-evident diurnal cycles and occasional strong pulses of short
duration. A research program is presently underway to study the possibility that a new
energy source (perhaps cosmic in nature) may have been discovered.
This invention relates to the method of tapping the self-potential generated by such
dielectric or semi-conducting material. It relates to the placing upon, or attaching
thereto, of electrodes upon such material so as to conduct away and utilize the electrical
potential developed therein. It relates to the preparation of the dieleectric surface so
as to effectively receive said electrodes. The invention further relates to the use of
conductors or circuitry to convey said electrical energy from said electrodes to the
ultimate (end-use) of said electrical energy.
- Method for making available for utilization the electrical self-potential exhibited by
massive high-K dielectrics, other than that from piezoelectric, pyroelectric or
electrochemical action, consisting in attaching electrodes to said dielectrics, attaching
conductors to said electrodes and conveying the electrical potential to a useful load.
- Method for removing and utilizing the electrical potential from petrologic materials,
other than that from piezoelectric or pyroelectric or galvanic sources, consisting in
attaching electrodes to said materials, connecting conductors to said electrodes and
conveying said electrical potential to a utilizing load.
- Method for removing for purposes of utilization electrical energy from rock-like
materials, other than that from kinetic, thermal or electrochemical sources, consisting in
attaching conductors to said electrodes and conveying said electrical energy to a
- Method of extracting electrical energy from massive high-K dielectrics, other than that
produced by mechanical strains, heat or electrochemical conversion, consisting in
attaching electrodes to said dielectrics, providing conductors from said electrodes
thereby to convey the extracted electrical energy for utilizationin a load.
- Method of utilizing petroelectric energy, other than that derived from piezoelectric,
pyroelectric or galvanic sources, consisting in attaching two or more electrodes to a
rock, applying conductors to said electrodes and removing the petroelectric energy to a
- Method according to Claim 1, consisting of two or more dielectrics wired in series to
provide higher voltage.
- Method according to Claim 1, consisting of two or more dielectrics wired in parallel to
provide higher current.
- Method according to Claim 1, consisting of dielectrics formed from barium titanate, lead
zirconate titanate, lead monoxide-glycerine compound or other high-density high-K
T. Townsend Brown