If the mysterious supernumerary magnetic motors and free energy concept intrigue you, well take a look at the presentation of LLW9, a French prototype supposed to produce more electricity than it consumes …
We can generate electricity from a water flow (tidal, hydroelectric dams, ..), air (wind), but can we exploit the earth’s magnetic field and the rotation of our planet to produce electricity? This is the promise of supernumerary mysterious magnetic motors and free energy concept.
If the various inventors who spoke on the Net until now had something to smile skeptics, it appears that a French engineer, based in Aubagne, has actually managed to channel this mysterious power.
As reported by the magazine Capital, a Luc Besançon would work on a machine called LLW9, which is in the form of a cylindrical prototype two meters long, in which the rotation of the magnets would eventually produce more electricity than consumes.
Subject to a crowdfunding campaign LLW9 could theoretically supply electrical output of 8 kilowatts, more than enough to cover the energy needs of a family of 4 or recharge an electric vehicle. And outside of the purchase cost of the machine, worth 5000 euros, and although there would be nothing to pay. A free energy, clean .. and free.
With the support of the International Institute for Support to Innovative Scientific Research (IIDSRSI), the LLW9 prototype would be closely followed by the teams of EDF and has even attracted interest from Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, the famous manufacturer of cars and electric batteries.
According to legend, Nikola Tesla, the great Serbian inventor whose name was taken over by Elon Musk for his company, have been working on precisely that kind of machine before World War II but failed to make it work. While we are on the threshold of one of the greatest inventions of the XXI century or just victims of a great hoax?
Update: We managed to reach by phone the director of the IIDSRSI – which tells us that all this is very serious – and especially Luc Besancon, a self-taught, which in the meantime to raise the funds for LLW9 (250,000 euros via the platform Crowdfunding Platform happy capital) is also working on the electric car camber or a robot project for children. According to his him LLW9 not based on the principle of free energy but would approach a SREC, a kinetic energy recovery system, which are found for example in Formula 1. The engineer says that his machine will generate 40% of energy on-cash thanks to a clever system of magnets. He regularly meet industrialists but refuses, for the moment, to work with them for fear of being dispossessed of his invention and the patents …