Mike Pike
3 Views · 12 months ago

⁣110v & 230v Free Energy Generator.
After 7 months of research and development we have created the new "Liberty Engine 2.0". This new free, free and infinite energy motor is made from microwave transformers and a 220v motor, and doubles the power of its previous model. It also has more improvements such as its futuristic design, we have eliminated the transmission through pulleys and belt to reduce friction, noise and vibrations. We have also added the manual pull start that you have recommended so much in the comments, we have added a rotor with a special alloy to eliminate Eddy currents, and thus, eliminate magnetic braking when connecting electrical charges.
In order for the voltage output to be 110 volts instead of 230 volts, we must manufacture it with microwave transformers and a 110 volt motor.
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Mike Pike
48 Views · 12 months ago

⁣It was among the fastest, most efficient production cars ever built. It ran on electricity, produced no emissions and catapulted American technology to the forefront of the automotive industry. The lucky few who drove it never wanted to give it up. So why did General Motors crush its fleet of EV1 electric vehicles in the Arizona desert?
WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? chronicles the life and mysterious death of the GM EV1, examining its cultural and economic ripple effects and how they reverberated through the halls of government and big business.
The year is 1990. California is in a pollution crisis. Smog threatens public health. Desperate for a solution, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) targets the source of its problem: auto exhaust. Inspired by a recent announcement from General Motors about an electric vehicle prototype, the Zero Emissions Mandate (ZEV) is born. It required 2% of new vehicles sold in California to be emission-free by 1998, 10% by 2003. It is the most radical smog-fighting mandate since the catalytic converter.
With a jump on the competition thanks to its speed-record-breaking electric concept car, GM launches its EV1 electric vehicle in 1996. It was a revolutionary modern car, requiring no gas, no oil changes, no mufflers, and rare brake maintenance (a billion-dollar industry unto itself). A typical maintenance checkup for the EV1 consisted of replenishing the windshield washer fluid and a tire rotation.
But the fanfare surrounding the EV1’s launch disappeared and the cars followed. Was it lack of consumer demand as carmakers claimed, or were other persuasive forces at work?
Fast forward to 6 years later... The fleet is gone. EV charging stations dot the California landscape like tombstones, collecting dust and spider webs. How could this happen? Did anyone bother to examine the evidence? Yes, in fact, someone did. And it was murder.
The electric car threatened the status quo. The truth behind its demise resembles the climactic outcome of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express: multiple suspects, each taking their turn with the knife.
WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? interviews and investigates automakers, legislators, engineers, consumers and car enthusiasts 4 from Los Angeles to Detroit, to work through motives and alibis, and to piece the complex puzzle together. WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? is not just about the EV1. It’s about how this allegory for failure—reflected in today’s oil prices and air quality—can also be a shining symbol of society’s potential to better itself and the world around it. While there’s plenty of outrage for lost time, there’s also time for renewal as technology is reborn in WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?
Director: Chris Paine
Writer: Chris Paine
Cast: Martin Sheen(voice), Tom Hanks (archive footage), Mel Gibson

Mike Pike
3 Views · 12 months ago

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Everything is reversed from Nikola Tesla.
I challenge everyone to watch this video thoroughly and try and understand what I'm really doing. If you feel you are being tricked, then please explain exactly how.
Go ahead, make my day punks.
Thank you to Kevin MacLeod over at for the music.

Mike Pike
4 Views · 12 months ago

⁣How to generate homemade infinite energy with a washing machine motor and an engine.
This channel is the home of crazy inventions. I guarantee you will not be disappointed with the videos uploaded because there are some best videos that no one has done.

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