Thomas F. Valone

EDUCATION: Ph.D. General Engineering, Kennedy-Western University, 2003….M.A. Physics, SUNY at Buffalo, 1984...B.S. Physics; B.S. Electrical Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo, 1974. Professional Engineer's P.E. License (NY #62475).


2005-Present U. S. PATENT & TRADEMARK OFFICE Crystal City, VA

Patent Examiner

Physics, Measuring, Testing, Instrumentation Class 324, Art Unit 2858, GS-12. Electric and nonelectric properties, tesing in specific environments, calibrating electric meters, sensing electricity, internal combustion engine ignition system, electromechanical switching devices, thermoelectric properties, electrostatic field sensing, fault detection, impedance/admittance testing, power measurement, motors/generators.

1990-1996, 1999-2005 INTEGRITY RESEARCH INSTITUTE Washington, DC


Editor, Future Energy newsletter. scientific studies, report generation, editing services, patent application review. Technical consultation for physicists, law firms, authors, video production. Clients include Global Atomics, Inc., Lightworks AV, Alternative Energy Institute, Starburst Foundation, The Magnetizer Group, Saladoff and Associates, ELF International, Sachs-Freeman Associates, AquaQueen, Newline Investments. Services provided: Electrical product design/development, engineering testing, expert testimony and opinion, environmental/electromagnetic field/energy consulting, proposal writing, technical writing.

1996-1999 U. S. PATENT & TRADEMARK OFFICE Crystal City, VA

Patent Examiner

Same class as in above. Elected as Board member of the PTO Society, 1999.


Engineering Manager

Responsible for Engineering Department projects, managed engineers and technicians, initiated several instrument lines, trained industrial interns from SUNY at Buffalo, designed 2% accuracy calibration procedures, designed specification sheets and training manual, represented company at shows, conferences.



(Physics, Robotics, & Electrical Tech Depts.) Courses taught included Engineering Physics, Technical Physics, Introductory Physics, AC Electricity, Electronics, Digital Logic, Microprocessors (6502), Environmental Science, as well as laboratory sessions for above courses. Designed Instrumentation & Process Control Curriculum at direction of College President. Participated in Project Outreach by teaching SUNY-contract microprocessor courses (6800) at Chevrolet Plant, Tonawanda, NY.

1976-1980 SCOTT AVIATION, DIV. OF ATO, INC. Lancaster, NY

Research Scientist

(Research & Development Department) Developed gas detection linearization circuit for Series

9000 instruments, directed planning/installation of computerized test facility for catalytic sensors,

performed feasibility study of non-pressurized zeolite oxygen tank for firemen, published design articles, managed acquisition and installation of computer network, numerous sensor circuit design and testing projects. Advanced to Director of R & D by fourth year.

MEMBER: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, World Innovation Foundation, American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Space Society, The Bioelectromagnetics Society.

Awards and references available upon request.


Publications by Thomas Valone

Integrity Research Institute, 1220 L Street NW, Suite 100-232, Washington, DC 20005


ISBN 0-9641070-0-7

Machine Technologies, 188 pages,1995, ISBN 0-9641070-1-5

ISBN 0-9641070-3-1

REPORTS & BOOKLETS (expanded reprints of published articles)

Comprehensive National Energy Strategy Evaluation
Introduction to the U. S. Patent System
Electromagnetic Fields and Life Processes
Inertial Propulsion: Concept and Experiment (Parts I & II)
Scalar Potentials, Fields, and Waves
Holistic Physics and Consciousness
T.T. Brown's Electrogravitics Research
Tesla Technology Research Report
Free Energy and Propulsion
The Origin of Life Experiments of Andrija Puharich, MD, LLD
The Quantum Mechanics of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Relativity Theory, Jung, and Yoga: A Study of Opposites
Non-Conventional Energy and Propulsion Database
The Implications of the Backster Effect: An Appeal to the Scientific Community
AC Electricity Formula Sheet (Merrill Publishers)
Permanent Magnet Motor Report
Faster Than Light: A Collection of Articles for Futurists


Raising Questions: Reopening the File on Electrogravitics, Atlantis Rising, No. 24, 2000, p.39

Future Energy Technologies, Proc. of the World Future Society Confer., 2000

Future Energy Technologies, Proc. of the Inter. Energy Foundation Energex 2000 Conference

New Physics Patents, Science, Vol. 284, June 18, 1999, p. 1929

Electrogravitics Research of T. Townsend Brown, Exotic Research, Vol. 2, No. 12, 1999

Inside Zero Point Energy, Infinite Energy, Vol. 5, No. 25, 1999, p.53

Meditation Today: Science and Shortcuts, U.S. Psychotronics Assoc. Confer. Proceedings, 1998

Air Purification, Using Tesla’s Ionizer and Ozonator, TESLA: A Jour. Of Mod. Sci., 1st Qtr.,1997

The Real Story of the N-Machine, Extraordinary Science, 1996

Fresh Air Curative Effect, Related to Ions and Traces of Ozone, Explore More, Nov 16, ‘96, p.21

Health Effects of Ions and Ozone, National Health Federation News, 1995

Tesla Technology Research Results, Proceedings of the Int. Tesla Symp., 1992

Inertial Propulsion: Concept and Experiment (Parts I & II), Proc. of the IECEC, 1991, 1992

Nonconventional Energy and Propulsion Methods, Proceedings of the Int. Tesla Symp., 1990

Tesla's History in Western New York, Proc. of ITS, 1986

The Homopolar Generator, Tesla’s Contribution, Proc. of ITS, 1986

The One-Piece Faraday Generator, Proc. of the 1st Inter. Symp. on Nonconventional Energy, 1981