Biography

Biography and the chronological history of John Roy Robert Searl 1932 – present

Although described in the books, this section, once complete, will describe the Searl effect technology and its development.

12/05/1936 – Placed in the care of Dr. Barnado’s homes.
23/05/1936 – Placed in a foster home at THE CHESTNUTS, Hestley Green,Thorndon, near Eye, Suffolk, England.
05/04/1937 – Started at Thorndon infants school.
07/08/1942 – Completed infant school.
14/09/1942 – Started at Eye secondary school.
21/06/1944 – Completed secondary school.
07/07/1944 – Started at Russell Coates Naval school.
17/06/1946 – Returned to the Dr. Barnado home in Woodford Bridge.
09/07/1946 – Begun work at British Rewind Electrical Repairs Ltd, at Grays Inn Road, London. Lived at 30 Crawly Road, Turnpike Lane, Wood Green, London. This is where John was to experiment with his ideas and prove, by accident that the conventional scientists are not always correct.

John found that not everything that goes up has to come down.

And not everything that should stay down, does so.

The proof was clear for all to see, including for an unsuspecting landlady. That gaping hole in the ceiling and thru the roof was something the Luftwaffe had failed to do previously during the war.

Education

BA (hon)., Russell-Cotes Nautical School, Dorset, England, 1946 
Student, Shenley Hospital, Hertfordhsire, England, 1950 
Grad., Open University, London, 1980 
Grad., Open University, London, 1987

Career 
Trainee pharmacist St. Peter’s Cannings Pharmacy, London, 1946-48; elec./electronic fitter Midlands Electricity Board, Tipton, England, 1953-55; prototype wireman Handley Page Aircraft Co., Reading, England, 1955-57; machine setter GKN Vandervell Ltd., Maidenhead, England, 1957-83; chairman Searl International Space Consortium, Mortimer, England, 1968-83; chairman, head Research and Development Direct International Sci. Consortium, London, 1983— present.


Career Related

Lecturer and Creative Works, 
Author: The Law of the Squares, Book 1, 1990, Book 1A, 1990, Book 1B, 1990, Book 2, 1990, Book 3, 1993, Book 4, Book 5, Book 6, Book 7 and many more.

Awards 
Named professor math Strukturen der Schôpfung und Energie, Munich, 1989. 
Achievements 
Avocations: private flying, writing tech. books, electronic control systems designs, research develop. of magnetic motors, teaching maths. 
Civic -with Royal Air Force, 1950-53. 
Memberships – Member Blackbushe Aero Club (pilot 1964-83), Patentee & Inventors, Aerospace Club (chairman 1968—).

Professor Searl’s hobby and activities 1946 onward.

Includes flying (holds advanced private flying licence), model aircraft and railway and inventing. The inventing led to the Searl Effect technology.

PROFESSOR SEARL’S SEARL EFFECT PROJECT,

FROM 1946 ONWARD.

Place of birth:

Date of birth:

Berkshire, England

2nd May, 1932.


Parents:

Mother – Violet Gertrude Mude Searl
Father – Robert Henry Searl

1946

Employed as electrical apprentice at BR Rewinds at Grays In Road, London. Tasks included stripping, rewinding and repairing all components of electric motors.

This is where John was to experiment with his ideas and prove, by accident, that conventional science is not always correct. This is where the principles behind the Searl Effect and the SEG were born.

Employed as Chemist Assistant at Cannings Pharmacy, St. Peter’s Street, Islington, London. – The preparation of doctors prescriptions for customers.


1947

Employed as Trainee NurseUpon the recommendation of the Chemist John was employed as a trainee nurse at Shenley Hospital, on the wards. Within a month was promoted into the laboratory to study Histology and Bacteriology. Within 2 months John had won a 6 year grant to study in Neurosurgery at Cambridge at age 16 but this fell through due to John’s guardian’s refusal to assign the hospital as John’s guardian for the six year period. From this point on, with an aspiring medical career shattered, John became interested in cinema projection, from a technical viewpoint. John soon had a job as the trainee projectionist at Woodford Bridge and then at Ilford. Fortunately the manager was a ham operator and John was introduced to this field. This career move was also interrupted by an envious Guardian and so John moved to the Midlands to set up on his own.

Worked at a tap manufacturer during the day, and as the projectionist at the local cinema in the evening. 

Full time projectionist at the Tower cinema, West Bromwich.

1950

Conscripted to the military.

1952 

Employed as electrical and electronic fitter at the Midlands Electricity Board, Tipton.

1953

Moved to Reading, worked as relief projectionist.

1954

Employed at Handley Page, as prototype wireman. In this job John wired the control systems for the RAF Vicker Bombers Mk. II. and then for the VC10.

1963

Moved to Racals Ltd, again as prototype wireman. The projects involved the wiring of naval gun control computers, for NATO.

Moved to Vanderviels Products, Maidenhead. Handled machine setting, heat treatment, inspection, plating, staff management and training.

1977

Obtained Private Flying License (Advanced).

1983

Retired permanently from Vanderviels. Left this area and returned to the Midlands, to take up retirement.

1987

John was bought out of retirement and returned to London, by Luis Jarillo. Luis convinced John to redevelop his hobby as a business.

1996

Searl Effect Commercialization project proposed and planned

2008

SEG R&D and commercialization started in Thailand.
2010- present CEO of Searl Magnetics, Inc – CA based operations.

PROFESSOR SEARL’S INTERNATIONAL REFERENCES

“Who’s Who in the World” Publication (Marquis), since the 1993 issue.

“Dictionary of International Biography”(CBI), from 1996 issue.

“5000 Personalities of the World” (ABI).