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Old 11-02-2014, 01:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Schauberger Generator?

My dad sent a link to me for this generator, supposedly designed by a genius inventor from WWII. The video explains pretty much nothing, other than any dolt can make this thing, and for a measly $47 you too can get our book and CD. Has anyone heard of this thing?

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Old 11-02-2014, 01:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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25 minutes and no explanation?

I got a free energy device for you, its attached to your fridge holding a copy of a list, childs art work, etc.
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Yeah, I fast forwarded past all the BS and saw the "generator" operating. My question would be what's in the black box on the table? I'm guessing batteries, to turn the motor, to turn the generator for a while, till the batteries die. Does no one question how something a twelve year old could build has not been upscaled to power each of our homes, cars, intergalactic spacecraft? Free Energy? No, Thanks.
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You all confirmed my suspicions. True, I was born in the dark, but it wasn't last night...
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As we get older we sometimes begin to doubt our ability to "make a
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Harold should be an inspiration to us all.

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...'there is more energy and power available in flowing water, accelerated through a spiral vortex than is available from the same volume of water restrained and then flowing over a dam, on a scale of 9:1, in favor of the former, vortexian power.'


If water does indeed travel faster through a spiral vortex, that also means it empties the bottle, or bath, quicker.
Or simply drop the bottle of water for a more forceful release of the same energy.
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ECONORAM -- Please thank your father for his interest in Viktor Schauberger; and then gently point out that he was the "Water Wizard" and this [voice talent] that has the "plans" from some "house" is demonstrating an electrical device. This over-produced pile of crap even claims that Hitler wanted war and wanted to conquer the world.

Have him try Youtube

watch?v=ItsSYwTSnTY

watch?v=JeCL6EK2N9M

Or any of the other treatments of the Shauberger story. (In Germany they carefully place boulders in the rivers that cause the water to clean itself.) When he gets to the part about what happened when the two 'businessmen' lured him to Texas, it will break his heart.

markweatherill -- spiraling water adds torque to the potential energy.
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My question would be what's in the black box on the table? I'm guessin batteries, to turn the motor, to turn the generator for a while, till the batteries die.
That black box actually IS a standard 12V battery! It's even written on the plexiglass, 12V on the left, 100V AC on the right.
Basically a DC-AC inverter, that's all.

Total SCAM trying to lure simple minds into paying them money.
Free energy, my *ss
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It's a psy-op. They know you won't part with $$$, but they want to tarnish the good name of Viktor Schauberger.

Don't be one of the sheeple!

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