Apollo Space Program Engineer Joins SuperVision and SuperMag

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Apr 17, 2007 -- SUPERVISION ENTERTAINMENT INC. (PINKSHEETS: SVET) announces that it has entered into a contractual agreement with a senior engineer whose work has included designing equipment for the Apollo space program and the F111 and F16 fighters.

The amazing SuperMag, a product that has attracted attention around the world in recent months, generates electricity by manipulating very powerful magnetic fields to create clean efficient and environmentally friendly electricity with no reliance on fossil fuels. The huge worldwide market for this product has already resulted in potential orders of over 100,000 units a year representing approximately $2.5 billion dollars.

The first commercial SuperMag MI5 (10kw) model is now well underway in its construction utilizing amazing breakthrough technology. As nothing like this has ever been assembled before, the company, which thrives on the trail blazing challenge, welcomes the newly assigned engineer who also faced similar trail blazing challenges while working on the Apollo spacecraft equipment.

Although he will be involved in the overall development of the SuperMag, his main challenge will be to assist and research the potential NASA, outer space, lunar and maritime applications for the SuperMag.

His contract is a multi year renewable arrangement and he has chosen to be compensated by stock in the company with stock performance bonuses based on actual results achieved. Having worked on such historic projects as the Apollo space program, he recognizes the uniqueness, significance, and the ramifications of the SuperMag if successfully produced on a commercial scale and relishes the opportunity to be a part of the project.

The first SuperMag MI5 (10kw) will be subject to independent testing and evaluation but it appears that the first SuperMag will be capable of providing all the power requirements for a small home as well as 20 million+ candle power light, all from magnetic manipulation. Time will tell if this is truly an historical breakthrough.

The company is now looking at the SuperMag to power an automobile. Should this be a successful application, it would be the world's first Magnetic Powered car and the SuperMag would theoretically power the car for as long as it can mechanically run with no charging time required. More updates on the SuperMag automobile to come.

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  • October 09, 2008
    Reviewed by 'M. Y.'
    This article is part of a nasty scam.
    The evidence for this is that the so-called NASA engineer was not named and is not available to be interviewed. Equally important, the claims for the Supermag product are ridiculous. Nobody has ever come close to producing an "overunity", "free energy", or "perpetual motion" product. This company, Supervision Entertainment, has no prototype or working model to demonstrate and has never conducted demonstrations where the public and independent experts could test their claims.
    The claims by Supervision Entertainment are typical of scams like the Tilley self-charging cars and the Steorn magnetic generator. The articles emphasize potential applications as if this was important. What's important is that such a discovery would revolutionize all of physics and make almost everything known today, information which helps us explore and exploit natural resources, entirely worthless. That's extremely unlikely.
    Until the claims for this company are justified by a working model and independent verification you should save your money!

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