Free Transport and Power
21 March, 2013
Invention is something that everybody is interested in but only few can boast of being inventors. Jemal Gogisvanidze is one of those Georgian engineers who, after contemplating for a decade, has come up to a new discovery. The engine that he invented is ready to get the patent. The main impulse that prompted the invention was a constantly worsening ecological situation. Georgian Journal was the first media source that discovered the existence of the invention and set out to talk about
it. So, pay attention, this news maybe thrilling!
G.J: Please, tell us a few words about your engine!
J.G: This engine is a source of free energy; it works on the basis of permanent magnets. Permanent magnet is a marvelous energy accumulator.
G.J: What are the main advantages of this engine?
J.G: For starters, it needs just startup energy; after that, it produces free energy on its own.
G.J: Where can you use it?
J.G: You can use it in cars. It has no exhaust and it is ecologically clean. Unlike electric autos, it does not even need any charging. It can also be used in apartments for getting power. It is a limitless source of energy.
G.J: Is it inexpensive?
J.G: The price is quite affordable. The engine consisting of 2-kilovats costs around $1000. However, having one, you can make everything work, including fridge, TV-set and even one lamp. It can also be used in the aviation. The main thing is the idea; everything else depends on appropriate construction.
G.J: How did you get inspired?
J.G: It is a sheer fact that daily billions of liters of fuel are used by cars. If the intensity of car consumtion goes on, there is a big threat that the global warming will reach the point at which it will be totally impossible to live on the Earth and the mankind will die out. Even if there is a global ice formation and all hydroelectric stations will be paralyzed, my engine will still function. It is steady in any weather. The only thing that is overused, is a couple of ball bearings that should be changed every 5-6 years. But the engine itself will work for years and years.