George H. Gibson
"PERPETUAL MOTION' SEEN AT POWER SHOW; PERPETUAL MOTION' SEEN AT POWER SHOW; Tiny 'Plant' That Needs No Fuel ... - Free Preview - The New York Times
Tiny 'Plant' That Needs No Fuel Delights Engineers White It Mystifies Unscientific. OLD MACHINERY OUT-DATED Exhibits Reveal Technicians Have Used Depression Period to Reach New Heights of Efficiency."
December 6, 1932, Page 41, 831 words
With two coils of glass tubing, two glass bulbs and a piece of cheese cloth, George H. Gibson has put together a demonstration power plant which, with no apparent source of energy, is now driving a small turbine wheel at the National Exposition of Power and Mechanical Engineering which opened yesterday at the Grand Central Palace.