Magnetic Power Used to Cut Steel in New Industrial Technology

Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU in Chemnitz, Germany, are working on a project that will change the way automobile manufacturers and steel industry make holes in the metal they are processing.

DIY Magnetic Heater That Doesn’t Use Fuel

This magnetic water heater is related to the transformation of magnetic energy and certain gases directly into heat energy without the use of ignition,...

Joe Newman's Free Energy Device – Eye Witness News Video

Joe Newman claims for a long time he has succeeded to make a free energy device by using magnets. A lot of people hate...

How to Build a Free Energy Magnetic Motor

Many have tried building a free energy-producing magnetic motor. I am seeing a lot  in my daily quest through alternative energy news, but what...
LEDs Lit up by Murata's new DC Magnetic Resonance Wireless Power Transmission

Murata Manufacturing Develops Wireless Charging More Efficient

A development by Murata Manufacturing could make electric vehicle wireless charging more flexible and efficient. Wireless charging for could be one of the game-changing technologies...

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...

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.

A Ferrofluid-Based Free Energy Device You Should Experiment

Someone got my attention these days with a device supposed to produce energy by using ferrofluids. He called this device "Continuous Friction Motion Machine," and the energy generated would be dead cheap.
This razor-thin superconductor could have huge benefits.

Superconductor Levitation, “Kinda Fun,” and Useful? [Video]

Aside from use in the LHC superconductors have application in the real world. After all, no one really needs a hadron collider in their...

The First Magnetic Refrigerator Coming from Denmark

A group of researchers at the Technical University of Denmark's project laboratory in Risi¸ have discovered a cooling method that uses magnetic materials instead...