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Smann:
Hi.
At the good end.... is anyone here living on free energy, after all these years of discussing, studying and building?
Greetings!

minnie:
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minnie:




Re: Interview with Mark Goldes by Bill Alek
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2008, 01:49:47 AM »
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Hmm,
is Graham Gunderson still working at the  company ?

He was one of the best magnetic researchers I know of.

He had developed the dragless generator.

Regards,Stefan.
 

MT:

--- Quote from: Smann on August 20, 2016, 08:19:39 AM ---Hi.
At the good end.... is anyone here living on free energy, after all these years of discussing, studying and building?
Greetings!

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Hi Smann,
sure. This post is written on computer currently running on free solar energy. During daytime my solar system provides enough free energy to live on.
Marcel

jimanleo:
I have been living off grid for 14 years.  My solar panels were built in the 1970s, so they have surely given back the energy it took to build them.  I live off of a modest 270 watt input from the panels and the occasional top off of the propane tank (for the icebox, stove and hot water).  I hope to move my hot water to a solar situation (I have a 4' x 4' military grade parabolic trough)  and possibly hydrogen instead of propane for the fridge and stove.  Also, many of my lights are run by Joule thief or Slayer circuits.   So - no.  I don't live off of free energy, but I come close.   :)

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