Water Powered Flashlight, Medelis Battery (free energy)
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I'll Show You - How deliver electric power in alternative ways...
Free Geen Energy without poison or toxins
I named this MEDELIS BATTERY
This battery generates electric power out of Tap Water
(drinking water, river,lake,rain or any similar liquid)...
its small, powerful and super basic
MEDELIS BATTERY rechargeable & generates electricity until the water dries up...
for many hours or days (you can always refill water - make it work again)
To make MEDELIS BATTERY you will need some stuff
Copper Wire, Magnesium Ribbon & Textil..(something so can absorb water)
Enjoy this hidden technology & make life easier
For more info visit... http://medelis.se
Magnesium ribbon you can buy at
The reason why my project is being conducted is for a way for people
to create their own batteries, and have alternate sources of energy.
By finding new ways to make and power batteries, they can improve
and become much more efficient than before...
0.05 - 0.2(max)
you must pack cotton (textile) extreme tide & NO water leaks between cells... it's very important to do so
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