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Engineer from Australia built Magnetic generator ( never stops!) that produces 24 KW of free electri

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posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 11:01 AM
There are ways of arranging magnets, very precisely, on a rotor/stator arangement, to get an increase in rotational KE, just from the magnets, and then self sustain at a certain rpm.

I don't know the exact details, and if I did, I couldn't tell you because of an NDA that I've signed, but suffice to say that an Irish company called Steorn are committed to a demo of their 'free energy' technology before the end of 2009.

over the next few weeks, their website will undergo some changes, in advance of the launch.

Watch this space.

posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 11:50 AM
They were advertising plans for a Magniwork generator.
Has anyone made one and how well did it/they perform?

posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 08:03 PM

Originally posted by digimedia1742
comment from youtube; Yes possibleand works...working magnetic generator uses TWO batteries - one is to help disk with magnets to keep running and another to store energy and recharge the 1st battery. 100 % working magic at all

what do u think?

Even if you say it twice, it is still wrong.

posted on Nov, 13 2009 @ 10:35 PM
Does anyone really believe the elite will allow this on the market?
Imagine the loss of revenue to the oil companies and the loss of power over humanity

posted on Nov, 14 2009 @ 01:14 AM

Originally posted by digimedia1742
Does anyone really believe the elite will allow this on the market?
Imagine the loss of revenue to the oil companies and the loss of power over humanity

It already is on the market. 4 gazillion Google hits says so.

posted on Nov, 14 2009 @ 02:35 AM
Free energy is a fact.

Many lone yachtsmen have sailed right around the world with "free" energy.

Solar, tidal, hydo, geothermal, and wind energy can be tapped and used.

But energy from nothing, and perpetual motion, are a very different thing.

Some guy says he has a wheel in his garage that turns all by itself and needs no fuel. All he needs is some money to commercialise the idea.

When he is found out, and hides in South America under an alias, everyone just assumes he was a genius, and the oil companies had him murdered.

posted on Nov, 28 2009 @ 08:01 AM
Where does this concept come from? that energy is not free?
I don't get the people that say, there is no such thing as free energy.
What is the concept of energy? Energy is everything that surounds us, energy does not die out, if there is something free as in everywhere, anywhere then it's energy.

I'm sure atomic energy broke every law when someone put in so little and got out so much, just like magnets, they atract and repel for free, there is no need to plug magnets to the electric plug, they dance for free. So what is the bill for this? for magnets acting like magnets? Some people are so .......

Based on a sistem that will spin easy with magnets that push agains eachother and spin around cooper coils it's more than possible to get electicity out of the magnetic field that is( a type of energy that is free at no cost?)

There are permanet neodine magnets that will lift 100 kilograms but the magnets do not weight 100 kilos? and they are the size of a hard drive.

Can anyone imagine several magnets of that sort pushing and atracting by law making the weal spin, by spining the weal it go's around the coils generating electricity.

Magnets are very cheap, magnets can be made, they are not a depitable source and magnets last 10 to 20 years , kept at the right temperature they can last a life time.

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posted on May, 23 2012 @ 12:04 AM

Originally posted by jsobecky
There will never be a free energy machine because it is impossible. It goes against the laws of physics.


It's not technically "free energy" but it might as well be, considering the energy wasn't going towards anything useful otherwise. Kind of like solar energy. It's free for us on Earth because we're not expending energy to produce it, it already exists on its own. It's utilizing something that doesn't cost us anything to utilize, therefore it's "free" in this regard.
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posted on Dec, 11 2013 @ 10:28 AM
Based on my limited science knowledge, I don't believe in free energy since there're always losses in any conversion of energy from one form to another and also because no energy source is inexhaustible. So if we convert the gravity potential of water into electricity via a dam there will be energy losses. And since the river water isn't inexhaustible, there's a limit to its capacity to provide us electricity.

I've read the dream of physicists is to use fusion to produce electricity and to also recycle materials and desalinate our water. However, even in this dream system there're losses. Hydrogen and other resources needed in fusion are abundant, but not forever. A spaceships, in principle, could go for a long time if it harnessed an optimal fusion system, but it isn't going to escape the laws of physics.

Nonetheless, I think we'll produce electricity at ever more cost effective rates. The problem of course is our expectations and needs will always be higher, always putting pressure on our ability to produce and reuse. So in the future we might be produce what we're producing now at a fraction of the cost, but in practical terms it won't make any major difference since all of the extra productivity will be used.

I have wondered what would happen if a sudden technological advance were to spring up. Sort of like how oil drilling or atomic energy redefined the economy for a while. These sudden shifts can cause all sorts of potential havoc in the economy. If a miraculous advance were to occur, would some companies or groups of people seek to bury it in order to survive or serve the public good? We already seek to control the spread of nuclear materials because of their potential use in weapons of mass destruction. Any source of cheap energy can be weaponized with some amount of effectiveness. Securing our technologies has to be as valuable as they're in their ability to increase our productivity. If teleportation, for example, were suddenly discovered and terrorists somehow utilized it, we could be in a terrible situation wherein we might be unable to secure its use. In such a situation, our think tanks might decide to bury the technology to secure it. If the technology secrets somehow got out, they'd attempt to spread disinformation to confuse foreign enemies and terrorists. They'd have to have a widespread informant network. The problem is how do we keep a close eye on our enemies without becoming our enemy? Might our intelligence agencies cut their own hands off to save their legs?
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