That very moment I realized the answer I was looking for was in front of my eyes.
You’re probably thinking that there’s no way such a simple thing like the multiplication process could hold the key to energy independence…
But the initial tests had been pretty promising.
Let me explain the working principle, as I later discovered it:
As you probably already know, in nature, there is the multiplication principle that translates into inducing a small amount of energy in a system and multiplying it with the spinning principle.
That’s the real secret.
What you may not realize however, is just how much energy such a principle can produce.
The true secret of this energy is that it so simple to obtain.
And the fundamentals are so easy, yet few know this secret and it is rarely used.
So, if properly applied, it can produce insane amounts of energy.
This energy is used to recharge the system when it’s not being used at its full potential.
So, basically, it charges itself while providing power for whatever you need.
That was the solution for my problem.
Without wasting a second, I took some time off and told my wife and daughters I was going to visit their aunt.
I kissed them goodbye and I swore myself I wouldn’t come back without the solution.
I went to Norman, Oklahoma, and talked with Amy, my uncle’s late wife.
She let me in my uncle’s old study and after many hours of going through dozens of projects I found what I was looking for.
I skimmed them over and I realized that they held the key to take total control energy-wise.
But what I didn’t know exactly was how to capture this unique energy and how to build the device to meet my needs.
I struggled to understand the plans for about a week, when Amy suggested calling Jason Newman, my uncle’s best friend who had worked with him.
She told me he was one of the best engineers at the lab.
I called and told him my story and asked if he could help me decipher the plans my uncle left.
Being an enthusiast in this field, he agreed.
However, I insisted to set some basic rules:
- The device had to be incredibly cheap to build – I was already over my budget with the research, the trip and everything.
- It had to be very easy to build – so that I could explain it to my wife and kids to build it if God forbid something were to happen to me.
So we started working on the project together.
As a guy who studied energy sources with my uncle, Jason had a pretty good idea of the science behind how to get the most energy with this principle, and the plans clearly showed that.
The first models we made were either too expensive, or too complicated for me to build.
We had some heated arguments, mainly because of me being stubborn – I needed the device to be cheap and simple.
In the end, after several attempts, we finally came up with a prototype that seemed to be what we were looking for.
The design was brilliant…
We only used 3 wooden wheels, a hard cylinder, some belts and 2 cogwheels.
Combined, these materials cost us $106 at Home Depot…
However, I’m sure we could have found the parts at a junkyard for free, if we weren’t in a rush.
But the most important part is that it was incredibly safe.
No fire, no dangerous fumes released, so we had zero worry about creating a dangerous explosive reaction.
You simply had to place the components in the correct position…
And because of the ingenious way the device was designed…
It generated an extraordinary amount of energy…
Which was then captured and converted into usable electricity, at the same time powering itself without wasting any energy.
Even more, the system was actually incredibly easy to hook up to any device – even if you’re terrible at building stuff and have trouble plugging in a DVD player to your TV.
So, after building the device, the next step was to test it out to see if it really worked as well as we thought it would.
We connected some batteries for a few seconds to start the device and we just couldn’t believe our eyes:
The system reached the optimum rotations and because of the brilliant design my uncle had come up with,
All of that energy was immediately captured…
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