Professor John Searl
As a child, in 1936, John was placed in the care of Dr. Barnado's homes in Woodford Bridge and was later cared for in a foster home in Suffolk, England. After completing his childhood education in 1946 at Russell Coates Naval school he returned to the Dr. Barnado home in Woodford Bridge.
Later that year he began work at British Rewind Electrical Repairs Ltd, at Grays Inn Road, London. Lived at 30 Crawly Road, Turnpike Lane, Wood Green, London. This is where John was to experiment with his ideas and prove, by accident that the conventional scientists are not always correct.
John found that not everything that goes up has to come down. And not everything that should stay down, does so. The proof was clear for all to see, including for an unsuspecting landlady. That gaping hole in the ceiling and thru the roof was something the Luftwaffe had failed to do previously during the war.
BA (hon)., Russell-Cotes Nautical School, Dorset, England, 1946
Student, Shenley Hospital, Hertfordhsire, England, 1950
Grad., Open University, London, 1980
Grad., Open University, London, 1987
Trainee pharmacist St. Peter's Cannings Pharmacy, London, 1946-48; elec./electronic fitter Midlands Electricity Board, Tipton, England, 1953-55; prototype wireman Handley Page Aircraft Co., Reading, England, 1955-57; machine setter GKN Vandervell Ltd., Maidenhead, England, 1957-83; chairman Searl International Space Consortium, Mortimer, England, 1968-83; chairman, head Research and Development Direct International Sci. Consortium, London, 1983â€” present.
Lecturer and Creative Works,
Author: The Law of the Squares, Book 1, 1990, Book 1A, 1990, Book 1B, 1990, Book 2, 1990, Book 3, 1993, Book 4, Book 5, Book 6, Book 7 and many more.
Named professor math Strukturen der SchÃ´pfung und Energie, Munich, 1989.
Avocations: private flying, writing tech. books, electronic control systems designs, research develop. of magnetic motors, teaching maths.
Civic -with Royal Air Force, 1950-53.
Memberships - Member Blackbushe Aero Club (pilot 1964-83), Patentee & Inventors, Aerospace Club (chairman 1968 - present).
Professor Searl's hobby and activities 1946 onward.
Includes flying (holds advanced private flying licence), model aircraft and railway and inventing - a pastime that ultimately led to him inventing the Searl Effect technology.
Exopolitics Great Britain Appearances by Professor John Searl
- 07 AUG 2010 : An Evening with Professor John Searl