Gravitomatic Introduces Method for Obtaining Heat from Gravity
An insight based on the principle of resonance leads to a new original
application for the mysterious force of gravity. Present solid state
prototypes claimed to run at around 250% efficiency.
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CHATSWORTH, CALIFORNIA, USA -- Gravitomatic, Inc.
announced Monday that they have devised a technology that generates heat from
the energy of Earth's gravitational field.
A press release from the company called it "the new energy source for
humanity. Cars, trucks, ships which do not
need refueling, cleaner air in our cities and many, many more things, are
becoming reality thanks to our discovery."
From Prototype to Commercial
Inventor and CEO, Gene Tomilko, expects that within three years the company will
have the first commercially available gravitational electric power plant.
And in four to five years, the first commercial car engine powered by
gravity. Eventually, he envisions a 100 megawatt power plant on the
A professional in the field of utility-scale energy would probably say Gene's
time scale is unrealistic, and that such a schedule would be strenuous even for
a mainstream, well-seasoned technology.
Gene said that although a pre-production prototype can be ready within a year,
it could take a couple more years after that to sell the concept to parties
capable of taking the technology the distance.
He is presently building his eleventh prototype. Over the past five years he has
been testing the previous ten versions. Each test run lasts half an hour to an
hour. He estimates that with 100 to 120 tests in all, he has logged a total of
about 60 to 70 hours of testing during that period.
Gene can't run the test much longer than an hour because the prototypes are made
of plastic and cannot tolerate the heat. He uses plastic for ease of
construction and testing, as is appropriate for prototyping. He will be
going to steel on the thirteenth prototype.
The twelfth prototype, which is now on the drawing board, should be completed in
a couple of weeks or so. This is the prototype he will be allowing for
inspection by interested parties. The earlier prototypes are too
revealing, so he will not be displaying them.
We plan to send a representative from the New
Energy Congress to go inspect his technology once this twelfth prototype is
More Energy Out Than Put In
For the amount of electricity put into the device to set up the resonance, Gene
says that there is more heat coming out than can be accounted for by traditional
physics. In a closed system, a perfect conversion of input electricity to
output heat would represent an efficiency of 100%.
440 watts in 30 minutes is 220 W.h (Watt-hours)
220 W.h = 189 kcal
(1 kWh = 860 kcal))
189 / 20(kg) = 9.5 C°
(1 liter water = 1 kg water)
Observed temperature rise was 24C°
24 / 9.5 = ~250%
In Gene's experimental set-up, there is an input
electrical current of about 4 amps and 110 volts, or 440 Watts in all. The
amount of heat generated on the output is enough to heat 20 liters of water 24
ΊC in thirty minutes (+/- 4 ΊC depending on room temperature). This
represents an efficiency of around 250%. This means that excess energy is
coming into the system from outside the system. Gene said that the excess
energy is coming from gravitational energy, as designed.
Once the technique is perfected, Gene anticipates an optimal efficiency of 3:1,
getting three times more heat out than the amount of energy that was put into
the system. Some of that excess will be required to cycle back into the
system to enable it to self-run.
The question, as with any other device that harnesses energy free for the
taking, is how much the device will cost, how reliable it will be, how safe it
will be, how much servicing it will require, how it will effect the
environment. Gene would like to think that his technology will provide
usable energy at a cost substantially lower than what we presently pay for grid
electricity, but he is still too deep in the research and development stage to
be able to give any solid numbers.
How it Works
To explain how the system works, Gene draws an analogy to an experiment that
is well known in the physics community. If you hang up a loose spring and place
a speaker under it, the spring will begin to wobble when a certain tone is
emitted by the speakers. Similarly, if you open the cover on a piano and sing a
note loudly while holding down the sustain pedal, when your vocal output stops,
the piano string of that same pitch continues vibrating with its own timbre.
(Though this effect is still present with the piano cover closed, the
transference works more fully without an impediment that muffles the sound.)
"It's the same with gravity", he says. It's just a matter of
coming up with a structure to resonate with gravity.
Upon hearing that, a physicist is likely to let out a guffaw, inasmuch as the
nature of gravity is still largely a mystery even in the scientific
community. It is the subject of endless theorizing and speculation.
Gene's discovery, if borne out, could answer a large number of questions that
have plagued scientists, and would probably be deserving of a Nobel Prize.
Gene is not yet ready to divulge the particulars of how he accomplishes this,
but some of that information will be included in the patent that he is
preparing. Until such intellectual protections are in place, he is not
inclined to open the technology to many independent investigations.
The Birthing of the Theory
Gene said that the theory behind his technology came from his studies of mainly
ancient knowledge such as from ancient Egypt, Vedic texts of old India, and old
Russian legends. These sources speak of a power from the Earth that interacts
with all living beings and actually provides some power to them.
Gene gives the example of a high fever. The body's normal temperature is
36.6 ΊC. The difference of 3.4 ΊC present in a high fever of 39 ΊC
represents enough energy to boil four cups of water from room temperature.
"Where did the body draw that energy?" he asks. (Ref.)
"From gravitational fields", comes his answer. "Everything
living draws from it," he said. "It is the most elemental force
in nature. All other forces are derivatives of the gravitational
Pondering on these concepts, Gene set out to discover a method of harnessing
Other Applications Include Anti-Gravity
The spin-off applications and ramifications of this technology are
far-reaching. "Once you learn how to capture the kinetic energy of
molecules, you can do anti-gravity," he said, also revealing more about the
There are also likely to be a myriad of health applications, not only for
humans, but for animals and plants. I speculate that the intuitive
interactivity between these species through phenomena such as ESP could be
better understood or possibly even proven through this technology.
Gravitomatic, Inc. is accepting inquiries about licensing
the technology. Those parties who are interested in licensing will
be able to view the prototypes in operation. Gene said that he has been
overwhelmed with licensing inquiries since their press release went out
Monday. Most have been from Europe and Asia.
# # #
- Phone interview with Gene Tomilko, inventor, CEO; Feb. 16, 2006, with
editorial feedback on story draft by email.
Press Release Feb. 13, 2006. (Also published at Yahoo
- company website under construction as of the time of this writing
Gene Tomilko, CEO <email >
PO Box 5357 Chatsworth, CA 91313-5357
Phone: (818) 206-8115
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D. Allan Feb. 16, 2006
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