The Museum of Hoaxes
hoax archive hoax archive hoax archive hoax archive hoax archive
 
Mule elected G.O.P. committeeman, 1938
The most sacred relic: the Holy Foreskin, circa 800 AD
Adolf Hitler Baby Photo Hoax, 1933
Loch Ness Monster Hoaxes
The Case of the Vanishing Belly Button, 1964
The Great Space Monkey Hoax, 1953
The Hitler Diary Hoax, 1983
Bizarre pictographs of Emmanuel Domenech, 1860
The Olympic Underwear Relay, 1956
Stotham, Massachusetts: the town that didn't exist, 1920
Joseph Papp and his Submarine
Infinite Energy, 'The Magazine of New Energy Science and Technology,' has devoted its entire current issue to analyzing the work of Joseph Papp, the Hungarian inventor who claimed to have built some kind of fusion-powered engine that used noble gases as fuel (i.e. we're talking 'free-energy' technology here). In the 1960s he also claimed to have built a submarine that could travel at 300 mph, and in a test run of this craft he said that he travelled from Canada to France in 13 hours (the airplane ticket that was later found in his pocket debunked this claim). Infinite Energy has one sample article about Papp on its website. I've also got some pictures of Papp's submarine on my site.
Categories: Free Energy
Posted by The Curator on Wed Sep 24, 2003
Comments (0)
There are no comments yet for this post.
Commenting is no longer available for this post.
All text Copyright © 2014 by Alex Boese, except where otherwise indicated. All rights reserved.