Archer Quinn documenting his free energy project, descent into madness

Posted on 5/6/2008
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See that scary man? That there is Archer Quinn, self-proclaimed savior of mankind. He's prepping a free energy device that he plans to unveil on June 20th of this year, on which date he predicts "the oil reign and those who governed by their money and crushed the people by the taxes and control of the most basic of needs shall be put down for all time." Yeah, pretty wild stuff. And if that wasn't enough, he's decided to nickname his gravity-based device the "Sword of God." His prior experience involves some sort of "thermal accelerator" (pictured) and a myriad of other inventions, so he doesn't seem to think breaking Newton's laws should be much of a problem. Guess it won't take long to find out. This should be a fun one.

Archer Quinn promised the world a working demonstration of his homemade free energy device called the "Sword of God" by June 20th, but it looks like we're getting a sneak peek a little early: Quinn's detailing the build on his blog, and it's just about as pigs-in-trousers insane as you'd expect. It's hard to even pick one quote as an example here -- Quinn rails on about how he destroyed his first machine because he didn't want Arab nations to starve without oil money but then a picture of Dubai's opulence changed his mind, how "gravity wheels" are perpetual motion machines, how Nikola Tesla presented BS theories, how Australian Nazis are reading his email, and on and on. Most importantly, however, he continues to update on how his project is going. We're not sure if he's done yet or what (it's not exactly easy to follow) but it looks like something's ready -- anyone want to bet if it works? We also have a very nice bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.

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