Fernando D. Morris
Fernando D. Morris (Morris) was initially inspired by a small book titled Ether Technology in 1980 that contained a chapter of John R.R. Searl (Searl) and his technology. This influenced Morris into the electrical field as a career and to better research clean alternative technologies, particularly with regards to the SEG for energy solutions. In 1995, Morris began experimenting with the electrical aspects related to the SEG concept for eight years and made indirect contact with a Searl UK group. With his spare time and out of pocket money, Morris developed three prototype magnetizers that successfully produced unconventional magnetic waveforms on ring magnetic materials as proof of concept and a key factor. In 2003, Searl experienced major fallout with his UK groups that left him without any support. At that point, Morris made a decision to make direct contact for the first time with Searl and assisted him from dire living conditions. Henceforth, together they began rebuilding the prospects of making the SEG a reality. In 2008, after 5 years of commitment in clearing up the internet of misinformation and skepticism about Searl, Morris resigned from his IBM career to make a full-time commitment to the development of the SEG with additional proof of concept demonstration units. In 2010, Morris proceeded in setting up a private corporate research center based in California. This represents over 20 years of Morris involvement and investigations into the technical merits of the SEG concept. The daily monitoring of Searl by Morris since 2003 has saved Searl’s life on 2 or 3 occasions, by monitoring him by live internet chat connection and by personally taking him to hospitals for his disabilities and age-related health problems. Both Morris and Searl are now based in the San Diego County with the common interest in getting the SEG ultimately into production.
In 2016, all Searl companies are merged and reincorporated into SEG Magnetics, Inc., where Morris is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the corporation.