Sometimes it’s hard to believe that everyone on this planet is actually, well on this planet. Especially when it comes to offering miracles on demand to gullible people. But we’re going to pretend that this GraviGen is a real, proper product which does what it says, and leave the rest to your judgment.
This ‘self sustaining machine’ produces electrical power through the use of a system of ‘complex gearing’ and gravity, such that it can actually generate more energy than it consumes on an on-going basis. The inventor, a certain John Moltion, has built, tested and patented the device, and is now seeking funding on an illustrious crowdfunding site to push the prototype further. The goal is for $150,000 and so far the project has raised $50 in 9 days, so things are going pretty well so far.
For any doubting Thomases (or Sarahs) out there, the above paragraph details exactly how effective the product is in breaking one or possibly two basic scientific laws, but that doesn’t seem to have deterred the courageous inventor. The best part about the crowdfunding effort, however, is the fact that if you donate the maximum $10,000 for the Gold Perk, you will receive a Toshiba Satellite laptop (‘or equal if out of stock’), which quite frankly leaves us breathless with admiration. No really!