13 year old Invents Free Energy Device for $14 Dollars

A new generation of smart youth are now reproducing the very free energy technologies that have been around for over a century. 13-year-old Max Loughan is a young visionary who wants to change the world with only using a coffee can, some wire and two coils and a spoon. The harvester conducts radio waves, thermal, and static energy, and turns it into electricity.

Anybody interested in this method of extracting energy from the air should read “The Sea of Energy” by TH Moray or watch the videos on YouTube by Gerard Morin.

It’s very rare to see corporate media reporting on free energy, so we felt compelled to share.

Read the transcript at KTVN 2News.

“Electric power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need of coal, oil, gas, or any other of the common fuels.” – Nikola Tesla

  1. Max is Brilliant and acting on God’s mandate for Technological Conversion. We should not minimize his genius as simply a child following in the footsteps of others. He has done it and deserves full recognition, backing, support, and protection. But good job for reporting it to the people!

  2. The world needs free energy,the essence is to develop it and give a boost of encouragment to a brilliant mind,for which the world will be indepted to.

  3. Unfortunately Max Loughan is most likely to be hoaxing us. If his Energy Horizon Gatherer (EHG) really worked as shown in his videos, he would have published the plans free of charge by now, and hundreds of thousands of people are wasting their time searching. A brilliant inventor can afford to give away early works.

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