SinkScience #10 - Shake Flashlight Shaker





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MrfixitRick demonstrates the Shake Flashlight Shaker, which generates electric power from faucet water pressure.

A Tesla CD Turbine is used to convert the kinetic energy of water into rotation through a magnetic coupler. From the coupler, a connecting rod to a magnet charges the built-in battery of the shake flashlight.

A second shake flashlight is shown charging simultaneously by wireless magnetic attraction to the first one, just by mounting it nearby.

Pondering Question:
If the turbine output water is used for something necessary such as filling a sink, is this not "wireless free energy from a Tesla device" ?? (hehe)

Mrfixitrick buys supermagnets at:

Check out my Tesla CD Turbine web site:

To learn how to build Tesla CD Turbines, visit my Instructables site at:

Check out how a new understanding of magnetism will radically change our world, presented by nuclear engineer Mehran Keshe:

Check out the Keshe Foundation for the best new solutions in energy, transportation and health...magnetic, plasma-based, and literally out-of-this-world !
Keshe Foundation Intro


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