Overunity Machine – Build Your Own, Its Easy! Generate Free Power!

By December 15, 2017Uncategorized

Are you looking for ways to save money? Do you want a great project that you can do this weekend? Do you want free electricity?

What better way to spend your weekend than to do a DIY project that will save you money on your power bill. Plans exist today that will give you all the techniques and know how you need to know to build a machine that will generate free electricity. I call this a magnet power system, others refer to it as an overunity machine.

Here's a bit of background:

An overunity machine is defined as a machine that produces more energy than it consumes. An overunity machine can there keep moving and producing energy forever.

Does this sound too good to be true? Lets keep an open mind on the topic for just a minute ..

It is claimed that an overrun machine challenges the law of conservation of momentum. This law states that energy can not be created or destroyed or in other words, that no machine can create energy. It is important to note that this law was derived by observation of experiments. Furthermore, it is accepted that the laws of physics are incomplete. The exciting implication here is that an overrun machine can exist.

Nikola Tesla, inventor of the radio and famous for his research into magnetics once said:

"the very forces that motivate the planets in their orbits and cause them to rotate will rotate his own machinery."

Magnetic force is one such force. By utilizing the forces of attraction and repulsion it is possible to create movement.

So is this magnetic power system an overness machine or have researchers discovered a previously untapped energy source? what is really happening here? Check it out for yourself and you decide. Either way, it is a great DIY project that is guaranteed to generate free electricity and will there save you money.

Thousand of these machines have been built in homes around the world.

Today the technology is readily available and anyone can build one of these machines for themselves using a simple DIY guide .

Source by Cat Walker

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