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Author Topic: Best proven working tech for the home?  (Read 3430 times)

Offline omegafold

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Best proven working tech for the home?
« on: April 29, 2011, 02:48:44 AM »
I've just joined. Looking to cut my power bill for starters. I saw this ad by a guy called Free Electricity on youtube. He says 4500watts for under $100.
Has anyone verified this? How long do parts last? etc...
If it's true I'm there, but not gonna spend 50bucks for this info if it's out here free.

mikefromspace on youtube is me. I'm working on theory for EdLeedskalnin levitation tech.

Offline e2matrix

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Re: Best proven working tech for the home?
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2011, 04:22:28 AM »
Almost all the youtube things selling free energy are scams.  Give us a link and we can tell you for sure.  Many of the books being sold for like $47 or $97 etc can be found free if you know where to look as they are total scams.  If there was any 4500 watt device you could make for $100 people here would know about it and be all over it. 
   Note that almost anything called 'Magniwork' or similar is a scam.   Also a new one is 'Tesla's Secrets' or similar that essentially shows you how to build a generator but what they don't come right out to say is it will do nothing by itself unless you hook it up to a windmill or a gas powered engine etc.