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Call for Donations: Cost-free Energy For All!

The Operation Common Good! has made it one of its main tasks that – besides urgent help projects for needy people in Africa (see – technical projects be also implemented.

This mainly concerns so-called selbstläufer – generators that deliver free electric energy for personal use without any energy supplied to them from without, and this for buildings as well as for vehicles. We are a small network of inventors who at this time are working on workshop models. These will be brought to production line status.

These are the projects:

Magnet Generator Type 1: This type of generator works exclusively with permanent magnets. In contrast to electromagnets these permanent magnets do not require a constant supply of energy. Permanent magnets are magnetically charged in production, then never again. For our magnets we are using proven combinations of neodymium, iron and boron. Such magnets hold their charge for many years. Magnets of this type are combined in our generator in such a way that a flywheel on whose axle an electro-generator is mounted is kept in movement by the magnetic force. Once set in motion the production of electric energy runs continuously and feeds a battery array that brings sufficient power for electric appliances as well as for warm water and heating and which in vehicles will drive the electric engine.

Magnet Generator Type 2: This generator type impresses by its simplicity. A set of precisely placed permanent magnets feeds the rotary motion of a heavy steel cylinder that in turn drives a flange-mounted electro-generator. Once set in motion this generator works without any energy input from without.

Inertia Generator Type 1: This generator type uses inertia respectively weight gradients to maintain a permanent rotary movement. The basic idea stems from old Arabia. This idea we have developed further. A heavy flywheel literally drives itself, for along its periphery weighty hinge-jointed bars assure that one side of the flywheel always has less weight than the other downwards-moving side. This generator type is mainly fit for stationary use, the application in buildings for instance.

Inertia Generator Type 2: This generator type, too, uses the principle of inertia gradients. Several heavy provider axles within a sizeable tube drive the acentrically supported receiver axle that in turn supply a generator with energy. During rotation the provider axles continuously move their centre of gravity and this assures the continuous rotation of the receiving axle. This generator type is also suitable for stationary use.

Coil Generator: This type of generator is made up of three magnetic coils – two provider magnets and one receiver magnet. The provider magnets are pulsed with a certain frequency which cause a kind of suction between the magnets that in turn sucks in electrons. The receiver magnet is pulsed with a higher frequency, receives the stream of electrons and with it feeds a linked battery. The so-called overunit – the surplus of generated energy compared to the energy input – is around three to one.

High-torque Electromotor: This is an advancement of the usual E Motor. The armature or rotor has been cleverly modified. By this means the torque is increased by more than 150 percent with equal current draw. This motor is especially suited for vehicles for it is able to extend reach by 2.5. Electric bicycles for instance: Pedelec users are very happy to have extra torque delivered, especially when ascending. If such an e-bike is equipped with a motor of our type it uses less battery power with equal torque. In this way reach of usual 60 km/h is extended to about 150 km/h. This goes also for e rollers and e cars. If our e-motor is linked to one of our Selbstläufer generators, electric vehicles will have unlimited range.

Work on these innovative projects uses up a lot of time and money. The development is only possible by the selfless readiness of our experts. Once a workshop model is functioning, a pre-series model must be built to exacting standards of accuracy and performance. This is only possible in a specialist company with up-to-date manufacturing technology. This will be expensive. Since these costs we will not be able to shoulder ourselves, we ask you, dear readers who are obligated to support the common good for generous support. You will thus foster the realisation of new technologies that will greatly benefit all people of this Earth – and yourselves, too.

Apart from donations we gladly also welcome loans. The first cooperatively based production company of Operation Common Good! That will be founded in Hamburg, Germany in the coming months will be accepting those loans and will pay the lender one percent of the net sale price of every generator sold. We will not pay any interest, instead we increase the loaned amount by three percent as a thank-you gesture.
We thank you all for your generosity and your will to give support

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