28 Jan '18, 7pm

While no energy is truly "free" or perpetual, this #DIY magnetic motor is pretty cool.

hey stupids, your living on one, the earth has been spining around the sun for billion yrs magneticaly. one forgets that the field itself is in motion moving from pole to pole, a moving energy. disrupting it causes a reaction. properly disrupting it at a proper continues rate will cause motion. if this motion is controlled and directed. there is no reason why it could be a motor. the powers to be dont want this as they want to sell oil/gas/petrol/etc to build there empires from us. there are carberators that will get v8’s 200mpg but you’ll never see them on your car. wake up and smell the stench out there. its time we all jump on the band wagon and discover new things and ways. magnetic motor, you’ll not find me say not posible, one just need to put those moving magnet field in motion the right way–bingo.

Full article: https://www.greenoptimistic.com/screws-magnetic-motor-build/

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