A Machine to Die For: The Quest for Free Energy

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"While conventional Science asserts that an engine that can power itself is impossible to make, generations of inventors have been fascinated by the idea.

Machine to Die for is about the search for Perpetual motion and ‘free energy’. One of the reasons behind the spur in the interest in it apart from pollution issues is the diminishing world natural resources like fossil fuels and the world’s huge reliance on them for all its energy needs.

This documentary showcases the dedicated, obsessed and at times eccentric individuals, who are focused and fully committed to bring to life a device for producing ‘free energy’.

So detailed is the documentary that it could be used as a handy resource when motion and simple machines are studied, as well as by Science teachers of middle to senior secondary students. It serves to broaden the mind’s horizon to include discussions about inventors and inventions and the importance and evolution of scientific endeavors."

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