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BREAKING: Inventors Harness Free Energy with New Device

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Published on Dec 9, 2013

BRAZIL | Has the secret to boundless free energy been discovered? Well according to two Brazilian inventors it has.

On February 11, 2013 the two inventors posted a video of themselves demonstrating a device powering a bank of lights.

A few months later, On July 7th 2013, inventors Nilson Barbosa and Cleriston Lea filed an international patent on on the device stating it will produce free energy. Now the pair have stated they'll be selling the small device to the people of Imperatriz, Brazil.

Its called the Earth Electron Captor Generator, and according to the patent it works like this, "Earth Energy is electromagnetic energy that can be instantly obtained to perform work through an electromagnetic field connected to earth"

After an initial "power up" from "any" electrical source a sensor begins to rotate creating what is known as "over-unity power"

Over-unity devices have long been criticized because some claim it violates the laws of physics. however this has clearly not stopped Barbosa and Lea.

The pair have created multiple sizes of the generator. The smallest is capable of generating 12.1 kw of power, with a load of 6000 watts, using only 21 watts input energy. The team believes it can power a family home or automobile.

It should be noted however that anytime technology such as this surfaces, it generally disappears just as fast.

Take the case of Stanley Meyers, he patented a spark-plug that would split hydrogen from water to run a car. Before he collapsed in a parking lot outside a restaurant near his home his last words were reportedly, "I've been poisoned."

Even the famed Nikola Tesla was working on a way to transmit electricity without wires, however when Westinghouse discovered he couldn't connect an electric meter the project was destroyed.

This may not be the case with Barbosa and Lea. The inventors are working to license production to several manufacturing firms that will begin online sales in January 2014 with prices starting at $5500.

More information on the inventors and the Earth Electron Captor Generator can be found at: http://EnergiaUniversal.eco.br

Patent:
http://nnn.is/Earth_Electron_Captor_G...

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