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Originally posted by SKUNK2
What do you think about this Irish company then that is working on a "free energy" device.
The device will be ready for public viewing in June/July, it is under going private tests by scientists at the moment.
Tesla himself claimed to be able to aquire unlimited amounts of energy for free, and to transmit it to anywhere on the planet
swimming with 100,000 volts. Sure it's safe. Tin hats protect you. Only do this at home
Originally posted by Kolusion
I highly doubt the apparant 10mW red LASER beam is real, not even a 50mW diode running on a 650nm wavelength could produce a LASER beam that intense, unless of course your camera shutter has been left open for a few seconds, and then the photo is misleading.
I even doubt the green beam you have.
The beams from one of my LASER devices is outputting two 50mW beams at 532nm, you claim yours is only 5mW, yet your beam is more intense than mine.
That I find hard to beleive.
[edit on 1-6-2007 by Kolusion]
Originally posted by Heckman
I think what you are refering to is Tesla's efforts in wireless electricity. This would be free in the sense that it could be used by anyone for no cost however would still requre energy to transmit.
Originally posted by junglelord
Do you get positive health effects from that or is it just a party trick.