The recent post here:
New Steel Tech
About a DIY guy inventing a new process for producing stronger steel got me thinking about Australian's, Lou Brits and John Christie, who in 2001 let
it be known that they had invented a magnetic generator that could produce more energy then required to run it. This has been discussed on ATS a
number of times the most recent I think was here:
Free Energy Machine
They called this machine “The Lutec 1000.”
Since then the licensing of what was formerly Lutec technology is now being handled by Evergreen Enterprise International, Ldt (EEI) of Hong Kong.
They claim "the ability to Amplify Electricity. 1 Kilowatt can now become 4.25 Kilowatts or multiples thereof via the Evergreen Electricity Amplifier
Follow this link to have a look at their website:
According to the Lutec website, which is officially closed at the homepage but can be reached by going here:
The new device, they are calling the LEA or Lutec Electricity Amplifier, they claim is derived from the same technology as the Lutec 1000 but is not,
they stress, the Lutec 1000. How the LEA or EEA works is described in the above link. However as usual with Lutec there does not appear to be a lot of
evidence. In fact the technical data section of this, “in progress” website is empty.
If anyone with a better understanding of electrical principles could interpret what they are saying that would be good.
Failing that someone could always go spend $50 at the Hong Kong subsidiary to buy a souvenir pack containing all the insider details. Lol.
I have to call foul on this one though. It seems like another in a long list of similar cons. It's a shame, when I first learnt about these guys I was
hoping they had actually created something that worked.
O well, on the bright side, according to this link:
I just qualified to become an LEA Greenhouse Hero! Signed and dated by the inventors
edit on 13-6-2011 by AusiAnarchist because: (no reason given)