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Title: Kohlermagnet scam ?
Post by: hartiberlin on January 20, 2012, 09:01:00 PM
This was just posted in one Yahoogroup:

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 > Hello everyone,
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 > My name is jody. I  am new to the group. I have been doing research on free energy for awhile now.
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 > Last week i found an interesting video on the Kohler Free Energy Machine.
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 > I got an email about it from a website i signed up for awhile ago. After i checked out the landing page i just had to purchase the product.
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 > I then posted the video on my own server so i can share it : )
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 > Its a 37 minute video showing step by step on how to build the Kohler machine.
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 > I am sharing my purchase because i think many minds are better than just one. I would like to see others build this machine and share their experience.
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 > Here is the sales page to read about the video.
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 > http://www.kohlermagnet.com/ (http://www.kohlermagnet.com/)
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 > Here is a link to the file on my server for a free download.
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 > http://www.data.internetmillions.biz/files/kohler.zip
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 > Just fyi this is a 430 MB flash file.  It might take a while to download.  You can view it with VLC a free media player.
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 > If you get an error message when you try to download, try downloading again later. It means there are too many people downloading at once.
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 > Take care,
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 > jody



Thanks for the info and the free download.

I guess it is a fake.

The company is Kaiax Inc.
and has 3 more products out on Plimus,
also an offer about the Howard Johnson magnet motor.

As we know from the free energy DVD series, that is sold
via the Tom Bearden Website, Johnson never got his motor fully
working in a circle but Kaiax Inc. claims huge
power outputs and probably sells vapour ware and a "pink dream"...!

So I guess they made also this Kohlermagnet video up and have hidden
a battery somewhere in the circuit..??!

Hmm, let me know, if anybody is really getting power out of such a setup.

As they also did not publish any tuning details with it or
scopeshots, I am highly convinced, that it is a fake,
as some members from our Berlin technical university have worked very
long time to replicate the Kohler ( Coler ) device and only
got millivolts outputs..
Hmm, so shoudl it be this easy just to wind a few coils around 6 magnets and get a incandescent bulb to light up without hardly
any tuning and resonance setup ??

Regards, Stefan.

Title: Re: Kohlermagnet scam ?
Post by: hartiberlin on January 20, 2012, 09:15:48 PM
For a quick preview have a look at this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZZ31WewZQQ