Filmmaker Bradley Lockerman and the "Godfather of Free Energy" Professor John Searl discussed Searl's invention of a magnetic generator and how he believes the device could save our planet from economic and environmental disaster. "Scientists are 'yesterday people,'" Searl declared, "but inventors are a special group of people who see the future and they bring the future out into reality." Lockerman, who has been investigating Searl's research since 1994, called the inventor's tale "the wildest story I've ever heard in my life."
Recounting his remarkable story, Searl detailed how he first conceived of the device via a series of recurring dreams. Years later, he assembled the early prototypes of the invention and saw that it mysteriously floated, non-stop, upwards. Eventually, Searl managed to develop a means of controlling the device. It was during this time that sightings of his experiments in England were dubbed 'UFOs' by an unsuspecting public as well as the newspapers who knew of his work but desired to keep it under wraps. Should the technology ultimately be used to create a vehicle, he claimed that it could travel from London to New York in 15 minutes and a trip to the moon or the ISS would be the equivalent of "a bus ride."
On why the device has yet to be harnessed by companies or governments, Searl explained that one issue surrounds ownership of the creation because "once they see it, they want to own it." As such, Searl said that he has to "protect the technology so the whole world owns it, not a particular group." To that end, he has resisted getting a patent on the machine in order to keep the precise details of the invention secret. Additionally, he noted that, despite seeing the invention at work, experts simply could not believe that it was a magnetic powered device. "They are brainwashed to a particular concept," Searl lamented. For those that do believe, Lockerman observed, there is a different kind of effect: one of sadness that such a device is not being put to good use.
In the final hour, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren talked about bio-energy fields. He recounted the famous Kirlian "phantom leaf" photographs which appeared to show the aura of a leaf's pieces after they'd been removed. Warren revealed how his LEMUR team tried to recreate the phenomenon and produced remarkable results where the Kirlian pictures of the leaf actually displayed a missing piece in the aura before it had been removed by his team. "It's as if the leaf, itself, had some sense of where it was going to be torn," he marveled, "I'm talking about an alignment that is absolutely perfect."