In 2005, two Xavier University physics graduates, Ted Annis (1964) and Dr. J. Patrick Eberly (1980), agreed to take a moonshot at inventing a fuel-less electricity generator. The need was clear, the means were not. It was decided to start by examining existing inventions and, concurrently, investigating power sources and energy sources that could be incorporated into a device that would produce usable electrical power. Nikola Tesla’s work and inventions were among the first investigations. There were other investigations, one of which was an examination of a patented 2004 invention by five inventors from Huntsville AL, four of whom worked at the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency).