John Gay is creating Youtube videos, magnetic motors, off-grid inventions
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John C. Gay is the inventor of a specific method for improved electric motors and generators which he calls the "waterwheel" method. Mr. Gay lives and works on an off-grid, solar-powered, homestead in northern Louisiana. He acquires his creative materials by recycling used or broken items, such as old TVs, vacuum cleaners, microwave ovens, and used stereo equipment that he finds at road-side garbage sites, or items donated by friends and Facebook followers. Mr. Gay is a retired homebuilder, and a former digital electronics engineer. Once a computer interface hardware designer; John Gay went off-grid to spend more time doing the things he loves. He has a deep love for Mother Nature and a passion for: the environment, for organic gardening, and for his two cats- Monkeygirl and The Fat Man. He is especially passionate about his newest motor inventions and his dream of building advanced, ultralight, magnetic motors and generators. Mr. Gay does not own a car and does not use nor burn any fossil fuels. To learn more about his environmental activism and his dreams of ending carbon combustion and replacing ALL internal combustion engines with electrical or magnetic motors, we can read excerpts from Mr. Gay's personal motor blog:
"It seems that i have lucked-up again with a well-balanced rotor that has excellent resonant properties, and seems to get a beneficial, gravity-assisted bounce at times. My waterwheel design is noted for stable but adjustable speed/timing, so this is the first time in a while that i have seen clear evidence of the "swing-set" effect that Tesla once described in one of his patents. Knowing the theory doesn't always make it easy to reproduce, however; especially if you DON"T WANT an uncontrolled, magnetic, chain reaction. The series configuration of armature windings that i used before, more similar to regular motors, seemed more likely to incur the phenomena of resonant speed/power amplification, or run-away acceleration under "no load" conditions. It must be, as with the last motor (which flew apart at high speed), a result of the light weight and extremely well balanced rotor made of composite and high-tech materials, which also have the tendency to come unglued at high speeds. Anything much over 3000 rpm begins to put tremendous inertial and magnetic forces on the rotor, which must be made of solid steel plate or carbon fiber composite. Aluminum bends and breaks, and it is not practical for high torque electric motors or electric vehicles. Structured steel or composite materials should be used. The wood, epoxy, glue, Scotch tape used by a poor inventor like me just isn't strong enough to avoid disintegrating into an explosion of wire and magnets, so builder beware! I have decided that seeing is believing (i had thought Tesla's claim to be false); but i think now that if i want to sell my motor ideas to the public (instead of letting them get stolen by industry), i should go ahead and risk taking some my shrapnel in my arm, and try to "blow-up" another one of these high-speed, resonant rotors. I can make a really cool Youtube video out of it..."
Goals
2 of 100 patrons
When i reach 100 patrons, i will give all 100 patrons a free white paper that outlines my energy research, including my own theories on free energy/clean energy, and an exclusive list of what i consider to be the most important recent discoveries in energy science. 
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John C. Gay is the inventor of a specific method for improved electric motors and generators which he calls the "waterwheel" method. Mr. Gay lives and works on an off-grid, solar-powered, homestead in northern Louisiana. He acquires his creative materials by recycling used or broken items, such as old TVs, vacuum cleaners, microwave ovens, and used stereo equipment that he finds at road-side garbage sites, or items donated by friends and Facebook followers. Mr. Gay is a retired homebuilder, and a former digital electronics engineer. Once a computer interface hardware designer; John Gay went off-grid to spend more time doing the things he loves. He has a deep love for Mother Nature and a passion for: the environment, for organic gardening, and for his two cats- Monkeygirl and The Fat Man. He is especially passionate about his newest motor inventions and his dream of building advanced, ultralight, magnetic motors and generators. Mr. Gay does not own a car and does not use nor burn any fossil fuels. To learn more about his environmental activism and his dreams of ending carbon combustion and replacing ALL internal combustion engines with electrical or magnetic motors, we can read excerpts from Mr. Gay's personal motor blog:
"It seems that i have lucked-up again with a well-balanced rotor that has excellent resonant properties, and seems to get a beneficial, gravity-assisted bounce at times. My waterwheel design is noted for stable but adjustable speed/timing, so this is the first time in a while that i have seen clear evidence of the "swing-set" effect that Tesla once described in one of his patents. Knowing the theory doesn't always make it easy to reproduce, however; especially if you DON"T WANT an uncontrolled, magnetic, chain reaction. The series configuration of armature windings that i used before, more similar to regular motors, seemed more likely to incur the phenomena of resonant speed/power amplification, or run-away acceleration under "no load" conditions. It must be, as with the last motor (which flew apart at high speed), a result of the light weight and extremely well balanced rotor made of composite and high-tech materials, which also have the tendency to come unglued at high speeds. Anything much over 3000 rpm begins to put tremendous inertial and magnetic forces on the rotor, which must be made of solid steel plate or carbon fiber composite. Aluminum bends and breaks, and it is not practical for high torque electric motors or electric vehicles. Structured steel or composite materials should be used. The wood, epoxy, glue, Scotch tape used by a poor inventor like me just isn't strong enough to avoid disintegrating into an explosion of wire and magnets, so builder beware! I have decided that seeing is believing (i had thought Tesla's claim to be false); but i think now that if i want to sell my motor ideas to the public (instead of letting them get stolen by industry), i should go ahead and risk taking some my shrapnel in my arm, and try to "blow-up" another one of these high-speed, resonant rotors. I can make a really cool Youtube video out of it..."

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