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Chas Campbell's Gravitational Free Energy Machine


Chas Campbell has created an electro-mechanical energy machine, which uses the gravitational power to rotate a flywheel, and then power an alternator which consumes about 25% of the produced energy. This video shows how he powers several appliances (a fan, a light bulb, a drilling machine and a saw) – all at once. I will give further details about Chas’s invention in a future post.

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  1. Believe, that is the basic requirement for a new way of doing anything. Mr. Campbell believes his idea works and I do hope it does. I see great potential and it has renewed my hope. Thank you, Sir Campbell!

  2. I suspect this was popular in the 60’s and this lovely man is probably a product of that era. This is, I suspect not a practical solution for a community, rather it is a good back up for those who live in remote locations, or enjoy the very simple applications of creating energy. Well done!

  3. This is a great alternative source, if you have the personal energy and time to maintain and keep the energy running to power your end source. As a commercial option, or for those living in city environment it is way too unpractical. Rubbing two sticks together will make afire too!

  4. HiHii, i understand your point, and although this particular apparatus isnt very convincing… i like to believe that if we manipulate constant energies against each other a certain way we can develop the elusive ‘free energy’. For instance, pulling with a magnet and pushing with gravity.
    anything’s possible

  5. When will all of us stop believing in these things… Creating energy requires alterations. That is the thumb rule. You can generate energy with gravity: drop a rock.

    But after the rock has fallen, it will have to be lifted up again for more energy. And that ALWAYS requires more energy than the fall releases. That is why the wheel cannot both “lift itself up” and produce electricity.

    Besides, who would even think this would be invented after 1000 years of science, if it was even slightly possible?


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