Magnetic Generator for Sale – EBM 720

This project, developed in Budapest, Hungary is a free energy magnetic generator and it's ready for sale, as the video says. They have done this...

How to Build George Green’s Magnetic Motor With Magnets and Scotch Tape

Magnetic motors are something every DIYer should experiment. Some say they are endless sources of free energy, some say they aren't. The fact is that...

Free Energy Magnetic Motor: Alsetalokin’s Version Filmed Working

Many have tried to build magnetic motors, but it's difficult, and the difficulty comes from the fact that you somehow have to isolate and beam the magnetic field into only one direction. Here is another experimenter that uses rotating magnets on the stator, that if aligned properly to a certain pattern that he tries to find every time the motor starts.

Tom Bearden’s Free Energy Generator

Tom Bearden has invented and patented a free energy device called "MEG" (which stands for "Motionless Energy Generator"). This device transforms the magnetic force of...

Karpen’s Pile: A Battery That Produces Energy Continuously Since 1950 Exists in Romanian Museum

The "Dimitrie Leonida" National Technical Museum from Romania hosts a weird kind of battery. Built by Vasile Karpen, the pile is working uninterrupted for 60 years. "I admit it's also hard for me to advance the idea of an overunity generator without sounding ridiculous, even if the object exists," says Nicolae Diaconescu, engineer and director of the museum.

Make Free Electricity by Pouring Water from a Can

Of all the science stuff I've ever seen, this free electricity experiment has caught my eyes and is by far the most simple and interesting....

Pyramid Generator Runs 12W Fan

Austrian inventor Flavio Thomas (Trawoger) points out that the energy capture circuits are positioned in the geometric center of the pyramid. The materials that the pyramid is made from are less important for its function.

Muammer Yildiz Magnetic Motor at Delft University, Netherlands

An inventor from Turkey, Muammer Yildiz, as Overunity.com and Pesn.com report, has just demonstrated his own version of a magnetic motor at the University of Delft, in the Netherlands, in front of an audience made of university staff and students. His device ran for more than 10 minutes, rotating a fan. The wind speed was measured and it has been concluded that the power of Yildiz's magnetic motor is about 250 W.

Spin This “Free Electric” Pedal-Powered Device for 1hr and Get 24h of Free Electricity

Did you know that almost half of the world's population do not have access to a reliable supply of energy, with many having no...

How To Build a Faraday Homopolar Device

With this experiment you can test by yourself, that the centrifugal extraction from the inertial field of space is possible, that was first demonstrated...