Monday, October 08, 2007

The Miracle Energy device?

This is what British researchers are calling this new device for heating up water: the miracle tube. They are calling it this, because it seems that it can generate more heat comparatively to the energy that it consumes.

It sounds too good to be true, but apparently it is. Not to mention the fact that it violates almost every known law of physics.

Even the makers of the device are at a loss to explain exactly how it works - but skeptical independent scientists carried out their own tests and discovered that the tube really does produce more heat energy than the electrical energy put in.

This basically means that it can create energy out of "nothing".

For now, the researchers are making further testing to make sure the device is safe. Also they need to adapt it for domestic use, but once this is out on the market it can cut house heating bills to half.

Source: The Mail on Sunday

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