Since March of 2007, Dennis has been claiming to ship kits doubling car mileage - I've been unable to find real proof. Since of Summer of 2003, Dennis
has been trying to get
Churches to recruit
people for him and has dropped the NUAF.
Dennis's former partner, Paul
Pantone has been in jail and now is in an asylum . Dennis broke his promises of free energy
delivery by March and July and Dec 28 in 2002. He took out a
full-page ad in Newsweek to promote his 50 state tour. In
addition to having people pay between $5 and $20 to sign up for
free electricity, he's having people pay $1000 to have their
cars get over 100 mpg . Dennis was arrested
in Kentucky and released on bail. In 2006,
Dennis is being pursued by the Attorney
General in Washington. (other states that have made efforts
against have been AR
ME ID KY
started a MLM group called BWA.
tour media coverage:
Read about his first
tour show Akron
test of Lee's motor Radio
criminal report Berwick
of 12/00, Dennis has told
his dealers that they must get 1.6 million people to pay to
register for machines before any machines will be installed on
homes. As of 9/01, he has been investigated by AG's in
Tennessee, Maine, Vermont, NJ, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, New
Mexico Idaho and North Dakota
I'm a skeptical
electrical engineer fascinated by the 100's of people who have
claimed to have free energy. I saw Dennis Lee's full-page ad
for energy independence and apparently paranormal devices. For the
sake of the world I wish such extraordinary claims were possible,
but I'm concerned for his many investors if this follows most
similar claims I've studied. Apparently, Dennis (a high school
drop out) has been running people bankrupt during and before
his last 15 years of claiming to have free energy machines.
The real agenda of this and other of his nationwide tour has been
to sell dealerships
for up to $100,000. (even though Dennis tried to sell some for
$3000 in 2005)
On September 23 1996, 3
other engineers and I went to hear him speak for 5 hours at the
Philly Core States Center (it cost him somewhere around $100,000
to put on that show). It reminded me of shoppers home network,
professional wrestling and Jim Baker. Among the many things we
think deserve further skepticism are:
seems to think the entire government and American industry is
part of a huge international
multi-generational conspiracy to suppress his truth. Dennis's
militia and patriot movement rhetoric (and constant religious
talk) avoids the only important question is
Does the free energy
has been getting in trouble.
with the Law
since long before he got into free energy claims
implied that one Browns
Gas machine ran on water, with out explaining the huge
quantity of energy needed for electrolysis. He also referred to a
machine running on air without making it obvious that the air was
compressed from another source. I would have been impressed if
the machines were left running for more than 5 seconds.
is a high school dropout whose scientific references frequently
confused units of measure to derive unbased conclusions. He
constantly interchanged units of power, force and energy and
compares static torque with dynamic torque I've
since been told he lacks a science education and his former
technical "experts" won't deal with him.
biggest claim was a briefly described device that could harness
latent heat from the air ultimately into electricity. I would
have been more convinced if he had left such a machine running
while lighting light bulbs with no wires attached through the
whole show. Many engineers and scientists have reviewed his
theory and found it flawed and basically in violation of natural
laws of nature. I'd be more impressed if a team from the
publication "SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN" "CONSUMERS
REPORTS" would investigate his claims than lawyers. Dennis
ignores my open $10000
prize offer for proof of a free energy machine and James
Randi's offer of a million for proof.
of his machines with just little wheels rotating was claimed to
put out more energy than put in - it quickly stopped in
much the same as Joe Newman.
of his devices just ran a short time on a charge of compressed
air and stopped -others were not demonstrated. I don't think his
investors understood that he offers no real proof of claims.
told us he had a brick battery, which put out a volt of power.
Power is not measured in volts (only in volts times amps) -
besides you can get a volt out of a potato too, but the power
level would be less than a watch battery. .
a rule of thumb, warning lights go on for me when I hear people
say stuff like: God gives me direct revelations, this
invention needs a little more work to be demonstrated, I want
people to invest with no business plan or formal contract.
Yep when I hear a guy talking about God and money in the same
breath I get the feeling that it's Money that's doing the
talking. Also, most deals that 'are good for today
only' are really about not giving you a chance to think
it over - especially deals offered to exhausted people in a mass
hysteria way past midnight.
few late breaking odd things about BWT:
on an early scheme of Dennis's. They claim to have sold all
2000 dealerships. ( they say priced
at $100,000 – I figure $3000 would be an open
market price) Dennis claims to receive revelations direct from
God. His people
says even they aren't allowed to access the machine. Dennis keeps
fair demonstration but ends up hiding behind a growing
list of excuses not to demonstrate. As of 1999, they have
been trying to get whole churches to put up "Seed Money".
Dennis once promised to sue me.
Dennis's claims of high
COP of heat pumps are mixing apples with oranges - because his
units under test are SOLAR POWER ASSISTED! And there's an
element of multi-level marketing in the dealerships.
I'd love to see
a chance for 3rd party engineers (like me) and scientists to do a
hands on examination of his machines. . For centuries, people have
made false claims of
free energy similar to Dennis's - such people constantly hide
behind claims of secrecy and the excuse that evil forces are
trying to stop them. Some also simply stop working on their free
energy machines and start something else with out finishing it
either. I think most people of science are like me - they love
their countries, humanity and the environment and would love to
see a machine, which could make cheaper safer nonpolluting energy.
Every segment of business (except the power industry ) would
Dennis has changed
from calling Yull Brown the greatest man alive to the most greedy
man he has ever met - he also thinks OJ was innocent.
I feel that
trained people in the
skeptical movement are better qualified to examine
extraordinary claims than Dennis's dealers. Skeptics usually takes
on paranormal claims (astrology, ESP, dowsing, ufos) - but we feel
that Dennis is fair game since his free energy machine would have
to violate the laws of thermodynamics. James
Randi has promised to pay Dennis $1,000,000 for simple proof
of the machine. The scientific
people who joined me at Dennis's show did not see
Extraordinary evidence for Dennis's extraordinary claims - but we
are open to any evidence which may arrive.