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04:06:29 Aug 21st 09 - Mr. Kongdust:

06:56:29 Aug 21st 09 - Mr. Angel of Death:

I want then I can buy more Video games :)

12:17:21 Aug 21st 09 - Mr. Kongdust:

and you can power you games for free! the instruction guide oily costs $100!!! seems ligit to me =D

12:30:04 Aug 21st 09 - VU Admin:

By laws of nature it's impossible to build a machine that create more energy then what you put in.

Maybe it's some type of fusion reactor? I hope they have an IKEA like instruction guide for building it :P

12:36:28 Aug 21st 09 - Sir Santa:

Well actually Admin, though you're right, what they claim can be true. Though you can never get more energy output than the input, you can get more usable energy in the output than in the input. Everything has energy, even the empty space between electrons and such so if you manage to extract that sort of energy(just an example btw, didn't read enough to see what they did) into a usable kind of energy, such as electricity or heat, you can get an output 5 times bigger than the input.

17:14:53 Aug 21st 09 - Mr. Vuggy:

Plus the earth has a magnetic field... Maybe that somehow interacts with what's in the machine, and the power is so strong that it can easily power a house? :)

20:39:48 Aug 21st 09 - Sir Santa:

It would be cool. But it's not how I see the future. When I think of the future, I think of the earth flooded with water and mankind has superevolved into fishlike beings. All we do is just swim around :) (when we superevolved we lost the need for food and the like :) )

20:52:39 Aug 21st 09 - Mr. Dargoth:

As soon as they mentioned perpetual motion you know it can not be true.

05:42:31 Aug 22nd 09 - Mr. Arthur Dent:

Lol, I saw the title and knew it couldn't be true. Santa, you would need a much bigger machine to do what you're talking about.

05:59:33 Aug 22nd 09 - Mr. Kongdust:

i haven't bothered to read the thing either =P

@Zeta, for the sake of client's neighbors I hope it's not a fusion reactor =P:
 "The magniwork generator DIY guide is on sale today (check bottom of the page for price), and all the raw materials needed cost less than 100$. The materials needed are very common," 

11:38:29 Aug 22nd 09 - Sir Santa:

That is why it was only an example, Arthur ;)

18:27:37 Aug 22nd 09 - Demonslayer Charley Deallus IV:

I thought they said it was using "fission" not "fusion" but i think I was mistaken :p

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