How Old Computer Fans Can Generate Free Energy

Free Energy For Tough Times

There’s a standard belief in survival circles that mentions how free energy is all around us.

 

It’s 100% true. The wind that rushes over the surface of the Earth can be used to generate free power. And of course the rays of the sun which beam down on our beautiful earth can also be used to generate power for your home, car, and more.

 

The truth is there are many forms of alternative power that abound in today’s world, some which you might not have heard of before.

 

One of the cooler (and easier to use) involves using the tiny heat fans contained inside of computer housings to generate power for small electronic devices like lightbulbs, etc.

This free energy device is compact, can be sourced from used and discarded parts, and could effectively power all sorts of gadgets around the house.

To use this for power you’ll only need:

  • A mangent
  • A computer fan
  • Some copper wire

And that’s it.

The video below shows you exactly how to set this up (it’s not hard).

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The Problem With This Form of Free Energy

Now here’s the thing about this nifty little trick, it does have a shelf-life. After a while batteries can lose their magnetism. Once that happens the fan won’t spin and then you won’t be able to get that free power you were looking for.

On top of that it’s not a portable solution, so it does have that working against it too.

Not to knock it though. This little combo is a remarkable form of alternative power you could use in the midst of a crisis or emergency with ease. With a few on hand if SHTF you’re going to better off than if you didn’t have it in place.

I always recommend different, more reliable sources of backup power in place. Especially if you depend on things like refrigerated medicines or want to travel with your backups.

To see what we recommend I suggest clicking on this link or clicking the picture below to see what we have to offer.

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