These grav-gens are gravity powered generators that are self maintained through the force of gravity alone on a constant basis. Read more
This project's funding goal was not reached on August 8, 2014.
About this project
In this project I am trying to build a series of 3 grav-gens that will each power a 32 inch LED TV on their own on a constant 24 hour basis, unless turned off. These machines will be run off of gravity alone once turned on, on a continuous cycle without external intervention at all whatsoever. Once they are constructed they will be taken to the patent office from there for the patenting process. For the sake of protecting the patent, no more information can be disclosed about how exactly these grav-gens work except to say that they are simple devices with little moving parts and should be fairly easy to construct. The funds here are being used to have these machines professionally built and constructed so they can then be presented to the patent office. It should be made clear also that once this patent goes public, it will forever change the face of how humanity goes about acquiring it's electrical needs as varying sizes of these grav-gens can be built to power homes or replace nuclear power plants and the like, as in the bigger you make them, the more power they produce. So this will be a patent for the ages to say the least. All I need is the initial help to get through the patent office with the first prototypes. Please visit www.gravgen.weebly.com -in order to see how these machines work.
Risks and challenges
As far as challenges are concerned, information is one of the main concerns here, as people want to desperately know how these machines work-which you can now do at www.gravgen.weebly.com. Since the patent pending status has been obtained, the world can now know how these machines work, which used to be a major concern. So now work can be done on these machines in peace and this project should go through rather quickly now, with very few hurtles.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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