Bob Teal is the inventor of the "Magnipulsion" process. Bob's patented process is a way of configuring an electric motor to produce the highest efficiencies.


Bob Teal pictured next to his invention


So where is this technology today? The short answer is:Quote "He tried to interest officials in the State and Federal governments, but was unsuccessful. Dozens of newspaper stories were written about Bob Teal and his Magnipulsion Engine between 1976 and 1978. The biggest story that ever ran was the one in the LA Times on May 30, 1976 titled "Impossible" Engine Invented for Real. 


While the publicity brought hundreds of inquiries, nothing ever came of all the interest. The motor's performance was just too "unbelievable" for most engineers and scientists who observed its operation.


Out of money, and frustrated that he could not interest Government officials or a major investor, Teal retired again and the story of the Magnipulsion Engine faded into history.-End quote


Quote- The electromagnetic engine is not the first invention for Teal, While working as an RCA engineer and filling a contract with the Navy in 1964, he was responsible for a classified invention which related to radio frequency cables and was valued at $50 million. “I didn’t get a penny for that”, said Teal, who has a letter from the navy Department giving him full credit for the inventionEnd quote.


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This Technoology can be ressurected. The proposed granted Panacea research and development center is a realistic way to operate at capacity and get this information out to people. The center ensures that the [faculty] information will be wide spread and thereby can not be suppressed. The center will provide an avenue to advance education of these and other systems which mainstream faculties remain un accepting and or unaware of. 


Despite Bob Teal's technology working, this scientific find has no faculty recognition, and the majority of the public do not know this story. Also faculties have NO access to the technology to present these findings. 


All these contributions need a grant backed research and development environment to flourish and will be submitted into faculty study in the proposed Panacea research and development center. If you're a member of the public or a scientific group which can aid in grants for the center or help the ressurection of the Bob Teal's technology please contact Panacea