Building A Magnetic Generator

It amounts to free energy. Believe it or not, the technology is here. Actually scientists have known how to build these for years. One of the leading ones was a man by the name of Nikola Tesla who pioneered the design in the early twentieth century. Tesla designed a motor that would run totally on magnetic power.

Another was a man in the later twentieth century named Howard Johnson (like the motel) using the same basic principles as Tesla. Johnson’s motor however was more compact and easier to construct. In 1980, his motor was featured in Science & Mechanics magazine. He also received three patents from the U.S. Patent Office after he produced a totally functional device. You can find several copies of his blueprints online.

If you search YouTube for “magnetic motors”, you will see the wealth of different methods to build one. Some sound and some not so sound, but they all will give you an idea of the potential these new contraptions have for producing free electricity. I have several prototypes I’ve built in my own workshop.

The process of building one relies on the attractive and repulsive nature of magnets. If arranged in the right pattern, in the proper polarity, something close to or right at perpetual motion takes place. These forces create mechanical energy that will run a generator. Essentially, you can fire the electric power board. No more electricity bills.

It’s been said that this type of device is impossible by mainstream science because it breaks their laws of thermodynamics. That law however doesn’t take into account that unlike electrical current, magnetic forces do not run in the direction of the least resistance like electricity. The electrons of a magnet are constantly spinning which causes a totally different effect.

If you are a Green Peace – tree hugging type, this ought to make you a happy camper. These machines produce no green house gasses or any pollution whatsoever. Totally pollution free because it uses forces that are naturally energy producing in nature.

One more little tidbit if you will. These motors also can generate their own electrical current. Imagine what would happen if that aspect could be perfected. The result would be a machine that didn’t need a generator attached at all to supply our need for electricity.

The author, as you can tell, is an avid experimenter and has a love for new inventions. He is also a trained draftsman who puts his ideas to paper to share with others. You’ll find these drawings at http://maginvent.com/ where you can download these drawings for free and can freely discuss your own ideas.

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I’m your host and webmaster. I’m someone who enjoys life to it’s fullest and love programming, drafting, farming, and an ordained Baptist pastor and sheriff’s department chaplain.



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