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Magnetically Powered Generators

Updated on January 16, 2011

Magnetic Energy - Power Source of the Future

Energy from magnetic generators may be an answer to the future electrical needs of homeowners.

There are many proposed advantages to magnetic power.

Besides being pollution free, it is both simple to install and basically free to operate.

Free electricity - now that's worth looking at!

There are natural energy forces all around us, if we can only continue to harness them and end our dependence on fossil fuels.

Magnetic Power What is It?

The future is at hand

Magnetic power is basically electricity produced by magnets. Simply speaking, opposing magnetic force is used to induce movement in a generator, thereby creating electricity.

We all know the principal of opposite magnetic forces attracting each other, while similar repel. This natural force can be harnessed and used to create power in a process which creates no pollution and uses no natural resources.

Unlike other, more well known alternative energy sources such as solar and wind power, magnetic energy does not rely on weather or atmospheric conditions. In addition, it does not require intermediate storage in large space consuming batteries.

Power From Magnets - Fact or Fantasy?

Plans for a DIY Home Magnetic Generator Have Recently Been Revealed. What Do You Think?

Do you believe that up to 40% of your household energy needs can be met with a homemade DIY magnetic electrical generator that costs less than $100 to build?

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DIY Plans for Magnetic Power Generation

Research on the Internet reveals that plans for a small DIY magnetic electrical generator can be purchased for around $40.

According to the creators of this power system, the cost of building materials is less than $100 and can be purchased from any hardware store.

They estimate that upwards of 40% of typical household energy costs can be produced by this system, without any further associated costs.

Furthermore, this generator is small and can can be conveniently and safely located inside the home.

Benefits include the fact that this system produces no emissions and uses no costly fuels. It is small in size and not dependent on any resources or weather conditions. It produces free energy.

There are also some skeptics who claim that this is all a hoax and couldn't possibly work......because it would constitute a perpetual motion machine and violate several laws of physics.

On the other hand, the creator of this generator offers a 60 day money back guaranty.

Can Energy be Produced From Magnets?

Where's the evidence?

Currently, there are demonstration MagLev (magnetic - levitation) trains in operation in several countries, including Germany, Japan and Shanghai, China. These high speed rail systems work on the basis of "magnetic energy".

There are several current patents for magnetic levitation devices.

Placing two magnets of the same polarity close to each other will create a magnetic force that will repulse them and induce motion. Organising this motion to repeat by itself creates perpetual motion. Using the energy produced as the power source of an electric generator makes free electricity.

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    • MargoPArrowsmith profile image

      MargoPArrowsmith 7 years ago

      Never heard of this, fascinating idea

    • MargoPArrowsmith profile image

      MargoPArrowsmith 7 years ago

      Never heard of this, fascinating idea

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