In the year 2002, many mysterious patents began to surface in the US Patent Office from a man named John Quincy St. Clair. Most with strange names such as the Photon spacecraft or the Chi energy amplifier, it’s anyone’s guess who this man is and where his ideas are from.
One of his earliest patents is entitled “Magnetic vortex wormhole generator” which…
…has the ability to generate negative mass and a negativespring constant which, according to Einstein’s General Theory ol Relativity, is required in order to create a stable wormhole between our space and hyperspace.
He goes on to explain how one of these generators are built, but it’s mostly nonsense…
Two separate, but electrically connected, toroidal coils of differing radii, carry magnetic flux in opposite directions about their common centerline. According to Maxwell’s equation, this produces bucking electric fields along said centerline. Because the two solenoids have different radii, the parallel spring constant of both coils is negative. The negative mass together with the negative spring constant produce a real resonant frequency which can distort the spacetime curvature due to the creation of powerful spikes of negative mass. This phenomenon, similar to the common electrical thunderstorm, opens up a wormhole into hyperspace through which low-density hyperspace energy can enter into our dimension.
If you were wondering what this looks like, he has included images for that purpose:
As you can see, the first image shows the “negatively charged coil” around one of the solenoids. The second is a full view of the generator itself. He later in 2004 showed that this Magnetic Vortex Wormhole Generator could be used in, of all things, full-body transportation!
What is strange about this application is the way St. Clair segues into bizarre stories such as this:
At the beginning of the 20th century, a man’s parents were dying of tuberculosis. With their permission, he placed them and their beds on weighing scales. When each one passed away, each scale registered a drop in mass equal to 0.071 kilograms. This is the mass of the hyperspace energy being which resides in the physical body.
And an experience the inventor had with teleportation himself! He claims that while walking to the bus stop (A on road B) he usually has to jump wide iron grating (D). But one day, as he was nearing the grating (at 50 meters) he felt a strange vertical wave (F). Looking around, he found himself down the street (G) and past the bus stop. He also includes the strange detail that he saw an airplane landing (C).
While strange indeed, we need to ask ourselves? Is this man being merely creative or crazy? And if either, is the regulation of the Patent Office falling into disrepair?