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|Born||2 May 1932|
Wantage, Berkshire, England, U.K.
John Roy Robert Searl (b. May 2, 1932) is a British electrician and inventor who has claimed to have built several dozen devices that exploit what he calls the Searl Effect, these being perpetual motion machines and flying saucers called Levity Discs or Inverse-G-Vehicles that are alleged to utilise anti-gravity. The effect itself, apparently based on recurring dreams from his youth, is explained as relating to a novel mathematical theory called "the law of the squares" and was referred to as "magnetic bubbles in motion" during early development.[S]
- Searl International Space Research Consortium, sisrc.com, 1999-2003, https://web.archive.org/web/20080702004543/http://www.sisrc.com/
- SEG Society, segsociety.org, 2021, https://segsociety.org/
- SISRC (June 2004), "Commercialising the 'Searl Effect' for Energy and Propulsion Systems", New Energy Technologies (17): 63-66, https://www.faraday.ru/content17.html
- Young, Peg (28 Nov. 1971), "HE GOES FOR LEVITY", Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN): 22, 23, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/105775120/
- Band, Alan (4 Jan. 1972), "Briton to Go It Alone In Flying Saucer Race", News Tribune (Tacoma, WA): 30, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/735288892/
- Murphy, Damien (22 May 1978), "Saucer flight in the air: First to raise million pounds", The Age (Melbourne, AUS): 6, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/120086206/, "Englishman John Searl believes in flying saucers and he stoutly maintains he never goes out in the midday sun."
- Marriott, Peter (30 Nov. 1978), "Tales of flying saucers", Evening Post (Reading, UK): 14, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/807044230/
- EP (5 Jan. 1983), "Man jailed for causing £7,000 damage to pylons: A MAN who attacked electricity pylons and nearly blacked out a large part of southern England was jailed for 15 months at Reading Crown Court yesterday.", Evening Post (Reading, UK): 3, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/807121767/
- Bryant, Ray (12 July 1983), "Fear for missing man after letter to the Post", Evening Post (Reading, UK): 3, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/807117288/, "[Searl's] letter mentions his five months in Dorchester Prison as his only time of real happiness."
- Fort, Linda (18 Sep. 1997), "Flying saucer man in search of 'lost' past: AN INVENTOR who claims his pollution-free, silent enegine could revolutionise transport is looking for traces of his past in Mortimer", Reading Evening Post (Reading, UK): 10, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/809254936