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    • The Quest For Free Energy

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      “The Quest for Free Energy” is all about man’s search for energy that is perpetually in motion and is quite easily accessible. There are scientific claims that this is possible and many inventors or scientists have tried to play with the idea of an engine that could create its own power. What a huge relief that would be if someone would be able to discover this.

      With the world’s resources diminishing, particularly fossil fuels that run most engines, and the with the growing problem when it came to air pollution, using free energy is sounding more and more like the goal and idea that scientists want to attain.

      This documentary presents different individuals who are obsessed about finding where this free energy is or how this can be produced. Using their own invention, with some of them quite eccentric, viewers will be able to see how far these individuals have come and how successful their search has been.

      This documentary would also be a good basis for those who want to study machines, motions or physics and a good resource material for teachers who teach Science in secondary schools.

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      Published on November 2, 2008 · Filed under: Science, Technology
    • stievstigma

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    • Dan Rayson

      I can watch it.

    • Alex

      Ah, c'mon!
      the claim that the wheel is moving because of the sun hitting one side of it? and wind blowing it?
      this guy, who offers the 10 million, should be more scientific than that!!!
      what a dissapoimment…

    • dwyane shaw

      Facinating. It would be nice to see some difinitive follow up on these machines over long periods of time

    • Robbyou

      I love that last guy at the end with the Col. Sanders hair and the Glasses. “Is it art?… Of Course it is art!” well done

    • hannero

      haha. it’s so wierd that these ppl actually belive energy isn’t constant.