Is magniwork a scam?


by iluvphysics
Tags: magniwork, scam
iluvphysics
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Mar9-10, 07:41 AM
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Does the Magnetic Power Generator really work???

More information at http://www.magniwork.com/

Thank in advance
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ranger
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Mar9-10, 09:19 AM
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I didn't read the entire details about the device, but:
Quote Quote by http://www.magniwork.com/
How would you like to create a generator which creates free electric energy? Using our easy-to-follow guide, you will be able create a Magnetic Power Generator which creates absolutely free energy, and doesn't require any resource like wind or solar energy to function, the magniwork generator creates energy by itself and powers your home for free.
That alone sounds like a tip-off of an internet scam.

Quote Quote by http://www.magniwork.com
ur easy-to-follow guide will show you how to construct the Magniwork free energy generator, which will run infinitely and create free electric energy. This method has been thoroughly researched, and is currently considered as a possible mean of completely solving the energy crisis. A Magnetic Perpetual Motion Device much like Magniwork refers to a device that works perpetually i.e. indefinitely, and produces more energy than it consumes, which ultimately results in a surplus of electrical energy which can be used to power your home.
Oh come on...Did someone say perpetual motion machine?
iluvphysics
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Mar9-10, 11:46 AM
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Thank u very much for your reply ranger:)

I wanted to try it, but now no


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