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Space and time capture the imagination like no other scientific subject. For good reason. They form the arena of reality, the very fabric of the cosmos. Our entire existence-everything we do, think, and experience takes place in some region of space during some interval of time. Yet science is still struggling to understand what space and time actually are. Are...

Otto Maier and the attempts of Gross Industries to develop "free energy" stood not alone in the 1920s and 1930s. Take for example the "free energy" invention of T. Henry Moray, which is probably the most famous and well witnessed in the history of the field. The best version of the device was claimed to yield 50 kilowatts of electricity...