Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Can you really get more out of something than you put into it without violating the laws of physics?

For ages, the notion of getting more out
of a system than is input by the operator
has always been ridiculed as being an
idea fit for the perpetual motion nuts.


But, what if there is one specific
distinction that once known, allows one
to easily see what needs to be applied
in order to tap into the Holy Grail of

The taboo physics that explain all of
this are finally available in simple
English that just about anyone can
understand! And in case you're wondering,
no, this has nothing to do with perpetual

The mind power, law of attraction and
abundance world is full of 'gurus'
telling you how to manifest anything you
want in life and a bunch of other related
promises. It is usually filled with
new age jargon and explaining that the
Universe will supply what you need because
of this and that are simply not good enough.

If they understood the principles that
nature really operate by, wouldn't they be
able to give you straight answers on
specific principles based on real science
and not rhetoric and fluffy woo woo?

Wouldn't they be able to apply this knowledge
to a machine to show how a machine can also
be built according to these principles to give
more output than what you have to put in?
They should be able to do this if they understand
the real natural principles involved but they
aren't showing any of this.

If there were a simple, straightforward way of
finding out, wouldn't that be worth a few minutes
of your time? CLICK HERE for instant access to the info

Thousands of people have already found out.
Now you can too.

With Gratitude,
Aaron Murakami


Aaron Murakami has been educating thousands
of people over the years in various advanced
scientific concepts in physics and consciousness.

CLICK HERE to be taken to Aarons' site for more info on how the world works

Can you really get more out of something
than you put into it without violating the
laws of physics?

- by Aaron Murakami

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