RitepowerFree electrical power claim

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Ritepower is a free power scam.
The perpetrators claim that energy can be generated from tap water at no cost.

Outrageous claims:
"So we use this energy out of water just like the sun using hydrogen and helium for the energy." (http://www.ritepower.co.za/pres10.php)
"this generator does not store any hydrogen but generates it on demand. "

Furthermore the "technical" explanation is desultory and makes no difference between fusion power and chemical power(fuel cell is implied).
There is no explanation of how tap water is split into hydrogen and oxygen at no cost.

A 5 kW unit is advertized at about $30 per month. Claimed cost saving is about $8000 in five years.

Desperate people are taking this seriously.

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