The Curious Case of Free Energy Device
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017 @ 19:21:00 GMT
Topic: Testimonials

Via There are tons of free energy device designs and videos about them out there. But are they real?

The real scheme is to collect views which can pay lots of easy money if you can get attention to your video. Truth has nothing to do with it. Roughly $2,000USD per million views. Check these out;

-Free Energy Magnet Motor fan used as Free Energy Generator "Free Energy" light bulb! - 20,801,444 views
-free energy generator - outside - filmed in one take - 9,635,308 views
-3000 Watt Generator Powers Itself, Grinder & Drill Press - 6,682,307 views
-Electricite gratuite et infinie pour tous - 1,730,937 views
-Free Energy Generator 100% Self Runing, From Pakistan KPK, Noman Shah Afridi from Norway 2 - 1,675,465 views
-Free Energy Generator - Magic Lamp - Explaining the Trick - 1,545,545 views
-OPEN CHALLENGE TO ALL THE ENGINEERS, in sha ALLAH, this invention will change the world - 1,512,529 views
-Free Energy Magnetic Resonator Works - 1,492,198 views
-Electromagnetic generator 10 kW Free energy device - 623,692 views

On an average CPM's vary between $0.60 to $4, so for every thousand ad impressions on your video views you will get paid. So if your video got a million views, and assume your monetized playback's are around half a million then your earning will be in the following range. =((500000/1000)*0.60) USD which is 300USD to ((500000/1000)*4)USD which is around 2000USD.

They pay a percentage of the advertising revenue received - this is generally 68%. I receive between $2,000 and $4,000 a month, mostly now passive (i.e. the vidoes are already on YouTube and I add very few newer videos).

These are the highest paying youtube videos in 2016 -;

No. 7 (tie): Germán Garmendia — $5.5 million. ...
No. 7 (tie): Markiplier — $5.5 million. ...
No. 5 (tie): Tyler Oakley — $6 million. ...
No. 5 (tie): Rosanna Pansino — $6 million. ...
No. 4: Smosh — $7 million. ...
No. 3: Lilly Singh — $7.5 million. ...
No. 2: Roman Atwood — $8 million. ...
No. 1: PewDiePie — $15 million. YouTube/Screenshot

Source: The Curious Case of Free Energy Device

and the funny video:

[Vlad]: I personally like unibrow Mehdi and his entertaining & educational videos. Every electrical engineer (including myself) has learned that "in this house, we obey the laws of thermodynamics!" ... nevertheless, he is smart enough to qualify this statement at the end of his video (min 8:54) and admit that, we are yet far from completely understanding the visible and invisible universe we live in (dark energy and dark matter we don't know anything about makes 95% of the universe - everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter for which we derived our current laws of physics, chemistry, etc. - adds up to less than 5% of the universe!). He is right though that, officially, there is no "free energy (over unity)" device out there available for general public validation. Consequently, most probably, all the blue-prints and FE devices presented in various videos on the internet are in error, or outright scams. He tackles here a serious and very real problem and why it is happening (greed), but, since our material universe is not a closed system (matter "floats" into an extremely dense quantum vacuum energy field, fact undisputed by the current science), I would advise Mehdi to refrain from saying FE is impossible ... never say never ;-).

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