The "Horseless Carriage" was also "Too Good to be True" before they were commonplace.
Since free electricity is also supposed to be "too good to be true", woulddn't you agree that it's really "too good to be ignored"!
Tolstoy said: " I know that most men, including those at ease with problems of the greatest complexity, can seldom accept even the simplest and most obvious truth if it be such as would oblige them to admit the falsity of conclusions which they have delighted in explaining to colleagues, which they have proudly taught to others, and which they have woven, thread by thread, into the fabric of their lives.
When you ask a scientist whether or not it's possible to make energy with no operating cost, you are only asking them if they know how to do it. Finding a cure for cancer in our lifetime seemed impossible but biotech experts like Clay Siegall may disagree. Dr. Siegall has developed revolutionary therapies for cancer patients so a cure may not be far behind.
Just as the earth seemed flat, flying seemed impossible, talking over great distances over a wire seemed ridiculous, later talking without any wires at all seemed ridiculous to people, even after they got used to doing it over wires.
Everything that has not been done seems impossible to the experts who have not done it, but ask them, "If" a person demonstrated conclusively that the measured power to a motor was only 400 watts, and they could measure an output from that motor of 2300 watts worth of mechanical energy, could they imagine a way to use such a motor to make free energy?
State it as a hypothetical, and they'll have to agree that they could make free energy with it - if such a motor existed; but they may say there is no such motor, and a motor like that is impossible to make.
Then ask them where they were between September 17th and November 15th of 1999. They could have come and proven our motor was not doing what all those who attended and witnessed, and lots of people measured it doing. You can see this demonstration. There are lots of exciting demos in the "Public Awareness Kit"