Friday, May 6, 2011

www.freeecopower.com


Some butthole spammer working craigslist sent me a link to this scam site today. I found it amusing so I thought I'd toss it on the pile.

According to Donald Williams, a do-it-yourself specialist, "you can build your own Free Eco Power generator. This perpetual motion device uses magnets in order to generate massive amounts of electrical energy that can then be used in your home as a source of power. Once fully installed and operational, the device will eliminate your power bills once and for all."

WOW! My very own magnetic perpetual motion device, that not only never runs out of energy, it PRODUCES massive amounts of electricity as well! And not only that, it's child safe!

So how much will it cost me to build an "Eco Power Generator" with a broccoli wall plug, Donald?

According to the website, less than $150 in parts, plus of course the cost of the "Eco Power Kit" Donald is selling, which is regularly $197 (but now on discount).

Incredible. The brightest physicists and engineers of the world haven't been able to build a perpetual motion machine, let alone one that also generates enough electricity to power your entire home, but somehow "free energy enthusiast" Donald Williams has figured it out by himself, and is willing to share that revolutionary knowledge with us for less than 200 bucks.

And yes, he accepts most major credit cards.

1 comment:

  1. There are plenty of products that would benefit the consumer but cuts down on the amount of money that flows into our government's hands. These items are quickly made out to be hoxes, discredited publicly or removed from sight and taken out of our hands as soon as possible.
    A simple device built by a man in the 50's was installed beneath the carburetor of a unmodified Rambler and it allowed the car to run on the gasses found in the air we breath. No fuel cost ever! Chrysler corporation bought his patents with a promise to introduce this on it's next year's lineup. It was covered up and never heard of again! ( True story from "Popular Science" magazine.)

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