Via Tex, at WD:
The Lutec 1000 is the first free energy machine to be developed to commercial stage anywhere in the world.
The Lutec 1000 generator will produce up to 1000 watts of DC electricity twenty four hours a day, every day, which will be stored in a battery bank and then inverted to AC power and connected directly into the home or business.
The Lutec 1000 draws the power it requires to run itself from the same battery bank. The average house in Cairns, Queensland, uses only fourteen of the twenty four kilowatt hours able to be stored in twenty four hours by this method.
The batteries will last ten years. The generator is expected to come with a conditional ten year warranty.
The magnets that are responsible for the generation have an effective life of one thousand three hundred years.
Someone buy one, please. If the batteries only had an effective life of one thousand years, it would be a ripoff. But the extra 300 years make it a bargain. So why don't they call it the "Lutec 1300"?