Kapanadze's third-party testing of their 100 kW free energy device
A video has been posted showing the setup of the one hundred kilowatt
free energy generator by Tariel Kapanadze's group as it is being third-party
tested, complete with large coils, arcing spark gaps, huge capacitors and mesh
screens, set atop a ~one-inch-thick glass.
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100 kilowatt Kapanadze apparatus being
On July 9, we posted a featured page on a Georgia Republic inventor, Tariel
Kapanadze and his group,
who apparently claim to have invented a 5 kilowatt free energy generator. We reported that
in a demonstration video the device appears to produce copious amounts of energy from no visible source.
We also speculated that it could be getting its energy via inductive coupling to
the local utility. (Ref.)
However, all of that is blown away by a video they posted on July 22 showing
third party testing of not a 5 kW system, but a 100 kW system. One hundred
kilowatts! That's enough to power 60 homes. Not bad for something
that present models of physics would say is "impossible" -- getting
something for nothing -- not taking into account the non-visible sources of
power that are out there, just waiting for someone like Kapanadze to come along
and find a way to tap into them.
The apparatus doesn't look cheap. Are we talking free energy
that is more expensive than solar, or cheaper than coal or natural-gas-powered
electricity? Of course by the time it is optimized for economies of scale
(e.g. mass produced), it would be much cheaper.
I sent an inquiry to the company through the YouTube
user contact link, but haven't received a reply yet. Maybe they're upset at
me for pointing out in our earlier coverage that their device could be taking
power wirelessly from the grid. Or maybe they didn't like my suggestion
that they not delete out old videos, but keep them up for historic
purposes. Or, perhaps the language barrier prevented my correspondence
from getting to them at all, during a very busy time for them.
I can only imagine how busy they are with inquiries from people given the level
of evidence that is shown in their latest video.
Clearly, the third party testing entity was being very thorough. The
apparatus with sparks arcing between coils, and what may have been very three
large capacitors, was set on top of what looked like a one inch thick glass
plate elevated above the floor. One measurement panel was set up in
triplicate, showing three separate volt, amp, and kilowatt-hour read-outs.
Or perhaps each meter corresponded to one set of coils and capacitor. A
wire mesh was set up like a see-through wall, perhaps serving as some kind of
antennae for pulling energy from the aether? I didn't see any
oscilloscopes in the video, but it could be because I didn't recognize the type
they were using. What I presume is a control panel was nearly the size of
a refrigerator. It's not clear what they were using for a load.
Here's their video.
In an email I sent MrFreeenergy
on the morning July 22 then again on the evening of the 23rd, here are some of
the questions I asked:
- Who is the testing agency?
- Where was this done?
- What is the basic set-up (e.g. wire mesh = antennae?; coil, spark gap; capacitors? triplicate output measurement? control rack; standard generators near the end of the video, no belt, what were they doing?
- What was used as the load?
- How long was the test run?
- How many kw-h were produced?
- Was any input energy required? how much?
- Was 100 kW the net output?
- Does Kapanadze have a website up yet?
The website listed in the video taken down was https://TMZEnerji.com
Every time I've checked, it's returned a "broken link" error message.
Overall, this is a very exciting development -- more "real" than just
about anything I've come across in the quest for non-conventional free energy
technologies. To an aborigine, a solar panel might seem as magical as the
above technology might appear at first to those who haven't pondered about new
possibilities for harnessing energy that the environment gives freely and
In Utah today we celebrate the "24th of July" as "Pioneer
Day," the day Brigham Young entered Salt Lake Valley, and pronounced,
"This is the place" where the Mormon pioneers ended up settling, after
being driven from place to place for nearly two decades prior. This seems
a suiting parallel to the field of free energy research that has been
suppressed, belittled, marginalized, and otherwise tormented for not just a
couple of decades, but more like centuries. Maybe its finally time that
we'll begin to see permanent settlements that will persist and not be torn
down. The free energy news
developments of the last few days certainly are filled with what would appear to
be significant success stories -- technologies that are not just real, but ready
to go to market.
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Other Kapanadze Coverage by PES
Posts Several New Videos - Almost a month ago, Tariel
Kapanadze the inventor from the Georgia Republic who has what appears to
be a solid state power generator technology, posted nine videos to his
YouTube channel, apparently as part of a drive to bring in investment
money. (PESN; August 20, 2013)
Free Energy Generator - Georgia Republic inventor,
Tariel Kapaladze, claims to have invented a 5 kilowatt free energy
generator. In a demonstration video, the device appears to produce copious
amounts of energy from no visible source. Though it appears to be
extracting energy from the aether, some people think it could be a matter
of getting energy from the electrical grid through inductive coupling. (PESWiki;
July 9, 2009)