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Author Topic: 13-Year-Old Invents Tesla Inspired Free Energy Device for Under $15  (Read 2600 times)

Offline Drak

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Any information on this one? It looks like the coffee can is full of a hardened material. A 13 year old playing a joke?
It says is uses "radio waves, thermal, and static energy". Probably never hear about this one again.

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Offline MagnaProp

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I don't think it's a joke. They say it runs on radio waves. Probably not unlike holding a fluorescent light under power lines that lights up in your hands.

Just in case, I have contacted Exxon headquarters and expect the boy to have an unfortunate accident within the hour. The system works.

Offline Paul-R

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It is based on Tesla patents in the first few pages of Patrick's Chapter 7:

I don't know why it cost as much as $15.

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