Published on 29 Apr 2012 | over 6 years ago
This free energy generating device is easy to replicate for just under 5$. I was playing around with a dyi neodymium magnet motor and felt an "electric tickle", everytime the neodymium magnet got close to the coil. So I asked myself: can I power anything with it? I tried a LED and that burned up after a few seconds so I tried it with small 2 engines from an old walkman, connected together. This setup has been running for 2 weeks now and I still don't understand the working of it. I know that a perpetuum mobile would violate the first law of thermodynamics and/or the second law of thermodynamics so it has to gain it's energy from somewhere. Is it zero point? Could anyone please explain? I'm lost...
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