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Report: #230829

Complaint Review: Lutec Australia Pty - Cairns, Queensland Australia

  • Submitted: Tue, January 16, 2007
  • Updated: Tue, August 17, 2010
  • Reported By: Bozeman Montana
  • Lutec Australia Pty
    Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Lutec Australia Pty false dishonest claims about free energy in order to get money investments Cairns Queensland Australia

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For several years, the Australian company Lutec has been capturing the imagination of energy enthusiasts around the world with their claim to have a 1000 Watt device that will put out as much as 15 times more energy than it requires to run, the excess coming freely from the void of space.

According to an investigation by Sterling Allen Pure Energy Systems News, "One of Brits' responses is that their device has been replicated by what he estimates to be over 200 independent researchers. Yet none of those supposedly positive and convincing reports have been published anywhere that we can find.

The only reports that we have seen published are by Walter Rosenthal and Park Cole (ref), who conclude based on their data that the Lutec 1000 was grossly inefficient in terms of energy in versus energy out. Brits asserts that these two individuals are ?probably? employed by the CIA. He does not supply any evidence to support that charge other than his own suspicion."

Run, don't walk away from these con-men. Do not invest in this scheme. When you try to contact them for proof, they become very obnoxious (only contact on their website is an email - a bit suspicious if you ask me).

Anyone who claims they can circumvent the Laws of Thermodynamics is lying or delusional. James Randi has offered one million dollars if Christe and Brit can demonstrate that their device works as claimed. For proof of their con, go to the below websites:

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AUTHOR: danolium - (United States of America)

Didnt sgs test their machines? Didnt that test show the results? werent those results quite positive? I dunno, you sound like you know more than me... well, you definately wrote alot more to prove your point.
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