Hans Coler Magnetic Power Apparatus
From PESWiki Page first featured Nov. 2, 2008. Introduction revised and corrected Jan. 3, 2009 by MG Magnetromapparata A solid-state magnetic generator was invented by Captain Hans Coler of Germany and a 10 watt example first shown in 1925. It involved magnets to generate electricity and employed a small battery but no other source of input power other than what he called space energy of Nature's quantum invisible world. It was denied patent protection by the German Patent Office as being a perpetual motion device. Later, a 70 Watt prototype was built, and a company formed: Coler Gmbh. Official interest was shown by heads of the German navy who felt an investigation was necessary, and an official report was produced. We don't know of anyone who has been able to successfully replicate this technology into a practical device. Official Website None, as the inventor died long ago, and no one entity is continuing the company work as its legal successor, that we know of. How it Works 1. 2. 3. 4.