Where can I buy an electromagnetic generator?
No one that we know of currently sells electromagnetic generators.
The reason is two fold. (1) The US Patent office continues to
block all patent request for Free Energy Devices, thus manufactures
cannot protect their product to make money off of it. (2) Most
do not know how to make such a device, and those who do are not
really talking as they as well want to protect their Free Energy
Device with a US Patent. However, pending no unforeseen
delays, we are scheduled to start making working prototypes
available sometime in early to mid 2010.
How does your electromagnetic generator work to make Free Energy?
The electromagnetic generator works similar to gas driven
electric generators today, where a set of powerful magnets spin
within a coil of wire. However there is no outside fuel required to
run a Free Electromagnetic Generator, there by only the electricity
generated does not cost you anything after the initial cost of the
magnetic generator itself. Thus that's where the phrase "Free
Energy" comes into play.
I'm not exactly good at making things, since you offer the plans how
to build a magnetic generator, how difficult is this to build for
the average person?
That depends on how much energy you require will dictate how big or
small and or how many generators you might need. Rather than one big
generator, you might want to consider a set of smaller ones
dedicated to handle specific needs or areas of a home. A small
electromagnetic generator that can easily charge a set of car
batteries are easy to make, even for the average person. It's when
you get into building whole house magnetic generators is where it
gets past the ability of the average person. Whole house generators
require special load circuits, along with massive windings of copper
wire that must be wound perfectly. Not to mention the handling of
usually large neodymium magnets is extremely dangerous, as the
magnets can easily crush fingers and bones.
There are a lot of scams on the web for so called Free Energy, how
do I know this is not yet another scam?
You Don't. With all the scammers out there today, it's hard to
separate valid offers from the scammers, as it only takes a few bad
apples to make it difficult to know who to trust. Especially when
scammers build dozens of websites to post their fake, glowing
reviews, thus making it extremely hard to know who to turn to.
The best way is to Google websites in question and trust only a
handful of websites that are in long standing with the scientific
community. Even then bad info can find find it's way onto an
otherwise legitimate website. However bloggers are usually
quick to sniff out and flag specious reports. Just do a lot of
reading, and learn all you can, and after a while, you will begin to
have some kind of sense when you're getting scammed.
Soon we will be making candid
videos of special public demonstrations of our product. Scammers
don't like to be put under public scrutiny, especially caught on
film in a public setting trying to scam people. Scammers also like
to make false claims that major newspapers and or national magazines
have had write-ups about their device. If their telling the truth,
it's easy to look it up online. Some go as far as to say, "As Seen
On TV". However, no one to date that we know of is selling
magnetic generators on TV. If that was true, it would soon be
frontpage headlines all over the world.
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