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#1 9 years ago

Some pretty amazing stuff.




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#2 9 years ago

Such stories come up every once in a while. Those are probably just schemes to attract the money of some uncautious investors.




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#3 9 years ago

i think it might work, but i dont think it will work as effectively as they say.




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#4 9 years ago

Free energy is quite impossible. A fundamental law of the universe is that energy can neither be created nor destroyed, so it's getting power from something.

The fact I can find no information about this device anywhere else leads me to believe it is a hoax, or simply a mistake.




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#5 9 years ago

I guess it wasn't as good as an idea as they thought, seeing as this video is over a year old.

What's the pretty amazing stuff? Two inventors claiming things about their product?




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#6 9 years ago

Mythbusters had a whole episode about free energy at home products, all of them failed miserably.




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#7 9 years ago

Ah, the good old perpetual motion scam. Give it a fancy name and some gullible millionaire with a primary school understanding of the laws of physics will invest some money in the idea.




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#8 9 years ago

Isnt "zero point magnetic power generator" the name of the gravity gun in half life 2?




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#9 9 years ago
Ah, the good old perpetual motion scam. Give it a fancy name and some gullible millionaire with a primary school understanding of the laws of physics will invest some money in the idea.

Except I don't know whether it's the sort of perpetual motion machine. I get the feeling that it's just leeching potential energy from a place nobody thought to look into before.




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#10 9 years ago

Sounds like a hoax to me...Let's all just go back to Stirling Engines!