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Generate Free Energy

Updated on December 26, 2012

Is Free Energy Possible?

Absolutely. I think it is possible to generate energy from natural forces. That is the only way to produce Free energy. The most common ways to do this is Wind and Solar Power. They are not truly free though. There is the upkeep to the machines that make them possible. Other than that, you don't have to pay someone else to generate that power. You can have the generators on your property to make power for your home.

This lens is about several of the other ways people are trying to generate free power. Most if not all of the projects I am about to show you have one of two problems. Most of the time, they have to deal with friction. There is something that is constantly slowing down whatever wheel that is trying to generate the energy. Usually it is gravity. The other problem is magnetism. There is usually magnets involved when someone tries to build a generator. The magnet draws another magnet to one point. It doesn't continue to push the magnet along.

lets take a look at some of these attempts.

The Bedini Motor - Does Not Seem to Generate Power

I think, Even if you can get this motor to work, once you put a load on it, add something that will use the power generated, the wheel will stop, or the batteries will be what keeps it running. Eventually the power will run down.

Forbidden Science - From Ancient Technologies to Free Energy

You can learn about many ways people have generated power over the centuries by reading this book. If you are interested in learning more about these techniques, this book is a mus have for your library.

Perpetual Motion Machine

These machines are supposed to make enough energy to keep them moving forever. Most of them are tricks. I don't know if I have found one that I actually believe.

Funny - Cats + Jam = Free Energy

Gravity Wheel

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    • someonewhoknows profile image

      someonewhoknows 

      3 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      There is a definite relationship between gravity magnetism & electricity.

      It,is our limited thinking that prevents us from seeing the possibilities of practically free energy from the very air, water and minerals or elements of matter that exist . For instance gases can absorb huge amounts of heat energy from the environment. More advanced systems that can flash freeze foods can also be used to extract huge amounts of heat from the air and water and concentrated so water can boil and turn into steam much like the old steam powered engines used within the last two centuries. But, much more efficient .Gases that aren't combustible and yet can provide huge pressures that can do work by pushing pistons within an engine or compressor.It's a matter of building up and storing that energy temporarily until it can be utilized.

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      Northerntrials 

      5 years ago

      I don't think there is such a thing as over unity or perpetual motion but I do believe in free energy. As long as you don't count in the manufacturing costs - solar and wind are the closest to free energy one can get. Now with that Bedini motor - if you powered it from solar and used it to charge a battery then you have free energy.

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