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Perpetual Generator Can Power Your House for Free!

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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 05:23 PM
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The laws of physics may have to be rewritten, as a new perpetual generator can power your home–for free.




AUSTRALIA (INTELLIHUB) — For eons technology has been suppressed by people in positions of power, typically for reasons of greed.

The truth of the matter is, free energy exists and always has since the time of Tesla.


Now two Australian inventors have developed a machine that will change the world, if released into the mainstream.

Once started, the prototype will run for years without stopping. Essentially it’s a perpetual generator.

The unit produces 24 kilowatts of power per day.

The inventors have applied for an international patent after developing the prototype over a 6-year period.


OK! I hope this one could truly come to market it would save people thousands of dollars a year.
My electric bill is about $150.00 a month and I conserve energy like crazy,in the summer time with AC it's like $200.00 plus.

This could truly help people all over the world!

I am just worried that when big oil and power finds out this is real these two guy will just disappear.

intellihub.com...




posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 05:33 PM
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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 05:43 PM
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A few warning bells...it requires a battery to make it go, and it doesn't become warm under load.

Most of these types of claims end up with the thing generating pulsed power which the inventor doesn't know how to measure properly. The thing doesn't become warm because it's not putting out nearly as much power as the inventor thinks it is. And in fact it ends up being less than you draw from the requisite battery, which is why you find the battery can't be charged from the thing.

The inability to charge its own battery is generally handwaved away as having some sort of quantum/vacuum baloney. That's how Tom Bearden with the MEG or Steorn with the Orbo handled it. Same with Bedini. All of them require batteries, generate nasty pulsed power, "require special non-linear loads" due to some crank hogwash and thus are nearly impossible to measure correctly. Instead of trying to do it calorimetrically, which is the only sure way, they try to use sine-based RMS meters which invariably give you artificially high readings.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 05:55 PM
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1. Woo generator being suppressed - Check
2. Tesla reference - Check
3. Underground movement claim - Check
4. Free perpetual energy claim - Check
5. Big oil reference - Check

Why so many buzzwords and the usual diatribe? Heck, if I had a free energy machine I know I could sell hundreds if not thousands before anyone found out about them, and by then it would be too hard to "cover up".

Do these free energy people simply send their ideas to "big oil" every time they have them?


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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 06:00 PM
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I dont get it ,all the energy required on a personal level is available now from the sun ,wind,water , its free already and who the hell needs 24 kilowatts a day ?

Its all good to come up with new tech ,but use the KISS rule.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:22 PM
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The battery only starts it. It does not require it to run.

It produces 24Kw per day, that is not a great deal, certainly will need back up storage. That is 1Kw per hour. It will average what a house may need but it will not meet peak need.

And of course the usual detractors come in to the thread and poo poo everything as usual and with the same old tired excuses and no damn substance. Never any substance, mention anything like this and in they swarm. I am sick and tired of it.

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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:29 PM
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I think "peak usage" is the real key.

Windmills can generate a TON of power. Problem is, when it is hottest there is no wind. Of course, you get the winds that always accompany the sunset around here...but the energy was really needed in the heat of the day, when the wind was dead.

Of course, if we could store that energy.....now you're talking!!!

I can think of a half dozen solid, viable energy generation schemes that would fit the bill of "free energy". My best example is utilizing barium titanate nanogenerators, layered into a nanotube substrate. This gives you the capacity of billions of generators, each generating a picawatt of energy, and then possibly having storage within the carbon nanotube.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:36 PM
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pheonix358
The battery only starts it. It does not require it to run.


"It makes 5 times the power that I feed into it"...that's from the video.



It produces 24Kw per day, that is not a great deal, certainly will need back up storage. That is 1Kw per hour. It will average what a house may need but it will not meet peak need.


That's not clear from the video. The units are incorrect at any rate, although that's typical with most MSM news sources. 24kW is instantaneous power, not energy. If you can output 24kW constantly, over 24 hours you'd get 576kWh of energy. If it only puts out 1kW, then, yes, over 24 hours that would be 24kWh. But to say it produces 24kW per day is a unit mismatch, it's like saying New York is 55 MPH away from Schenectady.




And of course the usual detractors come in to the thread and poo poo everything as usual and with the same old tired excuses and no damn substance. Never any substance, mention anything like this and in they swarm. I am sick and tired of it.

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Physics is the rock upon which some dreams are crushed and others are built. There's all the substance in the world. The SS Kangaroo is sailing towards it at full speed.

eta: I thought this guy looked familiar. It's the old LUTEC scam. This thing's been around for a bit.
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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:43 PM
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Just kills me these free energy threads. I think WC Fields said it best….

You will know when there has been a true change in our understanding or the laws of physics one of two ways: (1) You will read about this earth changing revelation in a peer reviewed scientific publication, or (2) you will see the application of this new theory in actual commercial application. Pretty simple really. Considering all of the universities in the world that have physics departments you have to be a bit naive to believe that a true discovery of this magnitude would be possible to suppress.

But then there is the cold fusion discovery, umm, well maybe not.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:44 PM
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whywhynot
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Just kills me these free energy threads. I think WC Fields said it best….

You will know when there has been a true change in our understanding or the laws of physics one of two ways: (1) You will read about this earth changing revelation in a peer reviewed scientific publication, or (2) you will see the application of this new theory in actual commercial application. Pretty simple really. Considering all of the universities in the world that have physics departments you have to be a bit naive to believe that a true discovery of this magnitude would be possible to suppress.

But then there is the cold fusion discovery, umm, well maybe not.



If you control the funding, you control the program.

With that....'nuff said.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:50 PM
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And I was right.

Pulsed power, bad measurements, the battery IS connected all the time. The guys that invented it don't understand basic physics (it's not the news crew getting power and energy swapped, it's the LUTEC gang), don't understand how batteries work, don't understand how to measure their own energy budget.

The LUTEC "battery amplifier" ends up being a 28% efficient motor-generator when measured correctly. So you start with a bank of charged batteries and chunk 72% of the energy in the toilet on the way to the output. It's not just sort of similar to a MEG, it's even got about the same crappy efficiency. I think the MEG was worse, though.



Engineers Reporting Negative Results: Rosenthal and Cole ~ Ian Bryce
Report by Sterling D. Allan (March 8, 2003)

Engineers, Walt Rosenthal and Parke Cole were invited to measure the Lutec1000 in January 2001. Their measurements showed results showed 28% efficiency. The exchange was amendable, despite the negative test results. Rosenthal stated, "I walked them through the calculations carefully so they would understand, but they didn't want to believe the results." Test entailed a dynamometer measuring output the motor, powering with power supply from wall producing DC volts, optical shaft encoder on end of shaft to measure rpm. Results showed 50 Watts power going in and 14 Watts equivalent of mechanical power coming out.


From a free energy site, that you'd think would bend over backwards to sell this thing as working...

eta: AFAIK, Lutec is no more as of a couple of years ago.
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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 07:57 PM
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nighthawk1954
The laws of physics may have to be rewritten, as a new perpetual generator can power your home–for free.


By virtue of being 'the laws of physics' they will probably be unalterable but we may as always have to adjust our interpretation or understanding based on what sort of information this inventor will provide...


OK! I hope this one could truly come to market it would save people thousands of dollars a year.
My electric bill is about $150.00 a month and I conserve energy like crazy,in the summer time with AC it's like $200.00 plus.


If new technologies&devices made it to the market based on hope we would probably still be walking everywhere and dying of practically everything on the way... I can also provide you with a list of patents that allegedly do pretty much what this device does so whatever we lack it's not patents!


This could truly help people all over the world!

I am just worried that when big oil and power finds out this is real these two guy will just disappear.

intellihub.com...


If these devices get into the hands of the wrong types i am not sure that humanity will be helped much or at all and where this technological path may ultimately lead is anyone's guess provided that we survive the global experiment that will eventually ensue...

As for big oil and TPTB i would not be too surprised if they are as confused as i am on most days of the week as to which inventors to bribe,sideline,misdirect, threaten or kill and which to ignore completely... In fact i don't envy them the task and they are probably getting exactly what such a monopoly deserves. Either way i don't expect to see such devices in walmart stores ( Solar city leases is probably your best bet) any day soon and i really wouldn't want you to hold your breath either!

Stellar



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 08:33 PM
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bigfatfurrytexan
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I think "peak usage" is the real key.

Windmills can generate a TON of power. Problem is, when it is hottest there is no wind. Of course, you get the winds that always accompany the sunset around here...but the energy was really needed in the heat of the day, when the wind was dead.

Of course, if we could store that energy.....now you're talking!!!

I can think of a half dozen solid, viable energy generation schemes that would fit the bill of "free energy". My best example is utilizing barium titanate nanogenerators, layered into a nanotube substrate. This gives you the capacity of billions of generators, each generating a picawatt of energy, and then possibly having storage within the carbon nanotube.



I was born and raised in Texas, how are ya.. There is a group in Texas that has a machine they claim is zero point and solve all the issues. I am sorry for my failing memory, can't find link but you should be able to find it. It was red and big.
In thinking about it reminds me of machine i saw at small county fair, he mentioned tesla and free energy but before he could start the presentation two very big guys showed up and threatened him in front of everyone and he stopped scared.

It was freaky thinking of it, I also saw the same thing with the Newman. It was stopped at patent level because they made or changed testing parameters.

This sounds great how do I get one lol....

The Bot



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 08:53 PM
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I live in southwest lower Michigan. 13-14 years ago I was contacted by mail from a company called Vermre Tre (not sure that is the correct spelling). They stated they were signing up 500 customers to receive a device they said was about the size of an outdoor A/C unit that was a self-sustaining electrical generator, that would provide all electrical power needed in a single family residence. Several months after I signed up I received a letter stating they were going to begin installations shortly, and that after 500 customers receive the devices they couldn't be denied. I never heard another word from them. They did not ask for any money for the device or installation,(from the first 500 installs). I personally believe they were legit and were stopped from carrying out their plans.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 08:56 PM
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Bedlam, the video clearly states 24Kw PER DAY. That is an average of 1Kw /hour. Do as you yourself suggest and look at the video.

More tripe disguised as arguments. Rock of Science.

Pooey, science does not even know what gravity is. You can hold science on a pedastool. I won't. For heavens sake, they have no idea what electricity is either.

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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 09:05 PM
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There are a few ways to do this right now. One is rotating mass like an old flywheel only massive. Use the energy to spin it and take off what you need.

The other is to use electrical energy to produce H2 and O2 from water. Store the gas and when you need to simply use it to power a generator. The waste is pure water. You can recycle this forever with no bad exhausts. We could have done this many decades ago but the problem is controlling the flow of money!

There are other ways as well, some better than others but all work.

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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 09:05 PM
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Maths isnt on your side there

a kW is a unit of power, Joules/second... there is no such thing as being able to generate 24kW/day unless you are talking about capitative power.

So 1kW hour of energy, its a reasonable amount i suppose, unless you want to run a 1kW heater... in which case everything in the house would stop working.


Dont know what electricity is or its properties? Little conceited aren't we? Typing from a device made with electrical contacts all over the place... hundred and five maybe... plus a box like thing that has millions/billions of little electrical switches... oh right but science doesn't understand anything right?



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 09:17 PM
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Dont know what electricity is or its properties? Little conceited aren't we? Typing from a device made with electrical contacts all over the place... hundred and five maybe... plus a box like thing that has millions/billions of little electrical switches... oh right but science doesn't understand anything right?
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All right, try this!

A simple circuit, 100V DC feeding a ten Ohm resistor. How does that produce heat. The Science answer is that the electrons are doing the work. The Electrons are flowing, OK! As they approach the resistor they are traveling near light speed, they have a charge and a mass. When they leave the resistor having done some work their speed, mass and charge are unchanged. So where did the energy come from?

Yes we can use electricity, but we know diddly poop about it at a fundamental level.

Same as gravity, we can measure its effects, but understand it, no way.

I notice in your reply you did not cover the gravity aspect, why was that?

P

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posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 09:27 PM
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pheonix358
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Bedlam, the video clearly states 24Kw PER DAY. That is an average of 1Kw /hour. Do as you yourself suggest and look at the video.


Yes, I know. And you can't say that. It can make 24 kWh per day. But you can't make 24kW per day, because those units don't go together.



More tripe disguised as arguments. Rock of Science.


Wrong is wrong, and that's wrong. Like I said, it's like saying two points are so many miles per hour apart.
Both inventors get that wrong all the time, they also interchange power and energy. It sounds like a nit, but the issue is, if they don't understand THAT, it's an indication they are tyros, and they are.



Pooey, science does not even know what gravity is....they have no idea what electricity is either.


You can't be serious.



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 09:39 PM
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You can't be serious.





A simple circuit, 100V DC feeding a ten Ohm resistor. How does that produce heat. The Science answer is that the electrons are doing the work. The Electrons are flowing, OK! As they approach the resistor they are traveling near light speed, they have a charge and a mass. When they leave the resistor having done some work their speed, mass and charge are unchanged. So where did the energy come from?


I have asked you this in similar threads a few times, you have never answered it, give it a go this time!

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