Magniwork Scam – Is The Magniwork Manual Bogus?

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Magniwork Scam – Is The Magniwork Manual Bogus?

Since the last time I did the magnetic generator post, I am still wondering whether the Magniwork e-book is a scam? Is the idea of producing free energy with magnets bogus? If the idea of free energy is real, how come many people don’t know about it?

What Other People Say

For the last couple of days, I have been researching and reading on the subject matter. There are many people that claim the concept of magnetic generator is legit and some people allege that there is a conspiracy keeping the public from getting access to this type of technology. If you like “conspiracy theory”, this one is right for you.

On the other side of the spectrum, there are people that said the whole idea of getting free energy is phony. The funny thing is, there is a company in Australia that manufactures a commercial version of magnet generator.

Don’t believe me?

Check out Lutec Australia Pty Ltd. They have complete patent (both pending and granted) for their magnetic generator technology in more than 19 countries!

Is Magniwork A Fraud?

Coming back to the Magniwork e-book, is the author trying to cheat the clueless?

Personally, I think there is a lot of hype in the Magniwork web page. The science of using a magnet driven device to generate electricity is not perfect. Nonetheless, many Do It Yourself (DIY) enthusiasts are giving it a try.

If you want to use a magnetic generator to create electricity, you need to understand there will be other components involved. The components are charge controller, battery bank and power inverter.

The function of the charge controller is to use the current generated by the magnetic generator to charge a series of batteries. The best battery for domestic use is the true deep cycle type found on electric golf carts. Since battery can only store Direct Current (DC), you will need to use the power inverter to change to DC to Alternate Current (AC).

There are a lot of things to learn. Are you willing to invest the time?

To reduce your home electricity bill, there are a few simple things you can do. The Magniwork e-book does cover this subject. For example, conducting a full home energy audit to check for air leaks, have better home insulation, servicing your air-conditioning unit or heater etc.

Would you feel swindled if you purchase a copy of Magniwork? Is it bogus?

I try my best not to be too critical when doing a book review. This guide book is not for everyone. If you like scientific stuff and love to build stuff with your hand, there’s no harm giving it a go. Magniwork comes with a 60 days money back guarantee anyway.

For more information about the Magniwork magnetic generator, click on the link below.

==> Click here to visit Magniwork now!

By | 2012-11-06T13:35:39+00:00 July 20th, 2009|Magnetic Energy|19 Comments

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  1. Greg-Roulette August 27, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    Great idea, but will this work over the long run?

  2. admin August 28, 2009 at 12:55 am

    Hi Greg,

    How long the system will work on the long run will depend on the maintenance. There are a lot of moving parts spinning at high speed. The bearings would have to be replaced quite often.

  3. Kay Ell September 21, 2009 at 9:57 am

    Not familiar with the “power 4 home” book at all, but the picture seems to show a variation of a Bedini “pulse motor” setup. And those work.
    Just google Bedini motor. His “schoolgirl” motor is a very nice demo version, it was built by a teenage school girl with some advice and tips from Bedini, and it ran at her school science fair without ever draining the battery.

    The Lutec guys have been claiming to have a free energy generator for years now but so far nobody has ever really seen a working version.

    But Bedinis motor/generator setups have been widely replicated already. They’re not even all that hard to build.

  4. Harvey Katz November 12, 2009 at 9:38 am

    Never in the history of the internet has anyone mounted a more thorough propaganda campaign.

    The criminals (in my opinion) behind this really know how to manipulate search engines so it’s almost impossible to find anything negative about it.

    In addition, chat rooms are found and bogus success stories are posted, negative comments removed. What a clever and massive effort they have demonstrated.

    If they devoted all that effort for the good of mankind, we would all know their names. As it is, they must hide their identity.

    How do we know they are bogus?

    In all the history of mankind no one has ever produced a free energy machine that can be operated by an independent party. Never. Not one time. Only the so called inventors can ever demonstrate it in controlled conditions.

    Be real, what are the chances of you the reader finding one on the internet?

    One that you can easily build in your spare time and can be explained with elementary school level pseudo science? No really important discovery can be kept a secret for long.

    The technology for the atomic bomb was even published and available to the public (it’s been recalled since).

    Don’t be so open minded that your brain falls out (not to mention your wallet as well).

  5. Bob the Grape December 27, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    I believe Harvey Katz is correct. No matter which search engine I use I come back to the neutral sites and am referred to the Magniwork website. Good con-men.

  6. Gabriel February 4, 2010 at 11:20 am

    I just wanted to say, from the standpoint of someone who has spent quite a number of years investigating the science, that the technology offered is sound. There are actually numerous ways to generate free energy out there, but all of them require some significant effort on the part of those who build the generators.

    Having reviewed the information on this eBook and its alleged validity, I feel comfortable saying that the science is not the problem, the eBook itself is.

    To make use of this technology requires significantly more than the level of construction promised in the advertising and on the website from these guys, which someone who has had experience with this kind of technology will know, but someone who hasn’t wont.

    I would recommend NOT buying the Magniwork manual unless you are experienced with alternative power methodology, have the resources to build the magnetic generator of an appropriate size for your use, and also have some environmental means out providing motor impetus (like a windmill or a river or something of that nature).

  7. Will February 4, 2010 at 8:19 pm

    Hi Gabriel,

    Thanks for the comment. I couldn’t agree with you more.

    If anyone is thinking of reducing their home electricity bill, it is much easier to use solar power. With a budget of around $1000 – $1500, you can build a solar power system capable of supporting a small home.

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  9. Christopher June 15, 2010 at 9:25 pm

    I was going to say the same thing as Harvey Katz, Googling to see reviews on this, made me angry by seeing fake websites and pushed propaganda about this stupid scam. Any method you try, anything which requires moving parts, you can only get the energy you put in, if your lucky! Do not fall for any of it, none of these websites are true, look on youtube and find a comment section where people can give you real reviews on how they have lost their money. Magnets have a Yes and No effect on other magnets, whatever happens, one pole will be attracted to the other thus creating idle movement. There is no way around it, you can cut that magnet up into any shape or size, the other pole will still have the same output as the first. If your that interested in free electricity, then use the continuous radiation from the sun, the wind, rivers, They all have one thing in common, they produce energy, they do not produce energy from nothing!

  10. Harvey Katz June 28, 2010 at 6:52 am

    It would be a full time job keeping the stupid from throwing money away on ridiculous scams like the magnetic energy generator. Even so, the stupid are also stubborn in their intent to be losers in that they refuse to hear or even recognize the truth. They cannot even understand the following simple fact. In all this time (20 years or more the scam has been around) there is not one working example in the possession of a regular person not associated with the scammers. Not one. Not Ever. How stupid must one be to believe a video on the internet?

  11. Becky Justice June 29, 2010 at 3:03 am

    Nothing quite like having someone say, “It can’t be done.” Plenty of ‘stupid’ people believed no one would ever be able to fly either. Seems like I’ve heard we can.

    I have believed for years that you could generate electicity by the use of magnets, which I worked with in all my 28 years as an Electronic Technician. In fact, we ‘stupid’ people, at one point supplied energy to a tiny motor via magnets.

  12. Daniel Stein July 19, 2010 at 2:40 pm

    This site, at least, seems legit. I’m not so closed-minded as to be sure that it can’t be done, but I’m skeptical. Does ANYONE know of a business that sells an actual, working machine (not just plans), that I can buy from by credit card (thus have money-back protection in event of fraud)? Magni-Works’ site mentioned that someone in Arkansas is making/selling machines, but didn’t say who nor provide a link (hmmm….) If I had to place bets, I would wager that we are rather more likely to get around the 2nd law of thermodynamics than the 1st, and from the promo info, Magni-works seems to be a 1st law machine…BUT, I’ve also seen lots of places where establishment scientific wisdom is (or was) wrong.

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  15. victoria January 22, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    I would like to know what site I would go to for the budget of 1000 to 1500 for building my own windmill that would support a small home. I think I use around 1000 kw a month give or take some, please advise. Thank You.


  16. Piper January 26, 2011 at 9:00 am

    Amazing free energy machine technology here! This is what the world needs now!

  17. Mark March 19, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    Thankyou for the informative opinions posted here.

  18. Fredrik March 23, 2011 at 3:13 am

    I am quite a visionary myself, and really can set my mind to making almost anything possible (in theory).
    How ever (back to theme),
    I wouldn’t set my mind at Magniwork being all fraud. Maybe they underestimate the difficulty of making this generator. Never the less, I must admit my curiosity in giving it a try. There has been more than one successful attempt at making such a generator, Before I discovered other peoples research in this field, I actually thought about trying to experiment with this myself. It was the thought of it already existing that made me uncover the already patented machines.

    Yes, there will be a requirement of servicing of ALL mechanics, unless everything connected to axles is replaced with the same magnet technology as with high speed trains. But chit chat. I can go on for all of eternity.

    But I absolutely believe that with a little bit of effort, this will be one of the huge breakthroughs in mans history. I don’t think we should blow this one of quite yet.
    After all, we have uncovered explosive gases from water, why not be able to create energy from magnet powered rotation.

    An example of a stunning (and almost to good to be true) discovery, when the heating pumps we use in northern Norway (“mah place”) produce heat from cold, giving up to and above 15kW worth of heat from 1kW power usage, not many people was totally convinced at first. And now this technology is flourishing and almost unavoidable.

    There are quite a few things we are not fully to understand in the world of science, even now at the doorstep to the “future.”

    (Really nice that people are looking into these subjects.)

    But maybe we should call mythbusters into the ring, and then see what happens. :p

    And by the way. If this “new” way of producing energy is 100% reliable, It would mean a HUGE loss for the oil companies. And these powerful people don’t like loosing money. Thats a pretty reliable theory to why something like this could be “pushed into the shadows”

    But once again, I can go on forever! Far too broadminded. eheheh.. xD

  19. Michael Jenkinson July 19, 2011 at 9:08 am

    Who is it that says magnetic energy is free?

    Magnets are like batteries but only charged once. They are a store of energy. Getting them so we can use them involves mining the materials, a factory producing the magnets, a distribution network and a sales force and or websites. All of that invokes costs both monetary and environmental.

    Most of the rare earth materials used are produced in China and the Chinese sanction who and how much is exported.

    There should be no question that an engine can be made using only magnets, how much energy it produces is open to question especially about its economic feasibility. For one person to make a machine for themselves I would suggest they look at Bob Teals ideas and then maybe they can produce some energy to offset their mains generated liability. As a mass industry, I don’t think the economics would stand scrutiny.

    Remember there are many generators using rare earth magnets in use around the world already, they reduce the energy consumed in the alternators of most modern cars for instance. That is both in the manufacture and usage.

    It isn’t free energy, not even close to it, nor is it perpetual energy. It is just a resource to be tapped and there are still ways to be found to tap it.

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