NFL Protests and Venezuelan Minister's comment spur "Black Jesus" to reveal Free Electricity Machine

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Vortex Force Reactor
Vortex Force Reactor
WASHINGTON - Oct. 1, 2017 - PRLog -- Gregory GOrDon made headline news world wide in 1990 when he broke into former president Ronald Reagan's retirement home in a mock assassination attempt.  GOrDon believed then and still does to this very day that Ronald Reagan was the Anti-Christ.  GOrDon claims to be The Second Coming of Christ and is known to millions of Howard Stern fans as "Black Jesus" due to his many appearances on Stern's show.   Long since out of the limelight GOrDon has reentered the public scene due to all of the current controversy surrounding Donald Trump's alleged racist ideology and comparisons of Trump to Reagan. He hopes to offer something that can avert what he sees as unnecessary conflict.

"Even though I am a black man I voted for Trump because I couldn't see a woman as leader of the military." says GOrDon.  "With all that's going on I hope I didn't make a mistake." he adds.  But not one to hide when things get complicated GOrDon has decided that now is the time to reveal details of his electricity generator.  He call's it the "People's Electric Cash Machine" and when and if he gets it to work it will provide environmental and economic relief to the masses regardless of sex, race or economic status.

Thanks to Net Metering Laws now in 43 states and the District of Columbia people will be able to offset their electric bills and even make money in states like Florida which lets each account produce up to two megawatts of "green" power.  The amount of "cash" to be made is substantial.  Each kilowatt is worth 72 dollars a month up to the total of your electric bill.  Two megawatts is worth up to 72,000 dollars.  The machine is based upon the work of Victor Schaumberg and uses a water vortex to convert the power of the Earth's Coriolis Force into electricity.  Although some will call it an unworkable perpetual motion machine GOrDon believes otherwise.

"In reality this machine does not violate any of the laws of physics as it does rely upon a source of power, the Earth's Coriolis Force" states GOrDon.  "Even I made the mistake of reffering to it as a perpetual motion machine in the patent application and the application was rejected on that basis"  he laments. For GOrDon that means that he is going to have to build one and get it to work before he can reapply for a patent.

In order to build one however GOrDon is going to have to find one or more interested partners or raise raise money on his own.  He has set up a GO FUND Me project and hopes to raise $2,500 to build a test model. GOrDon's project page fully explains the mechanics of the machine and shares some of the secrets that he believes will make it work. To learn more about the project see:

GOrDon's first invention was a major success.  It was a way of turning black balloons into laser-like-light.  He used it to wild audience acclaim in a nightclub act back in the 80's and 90's.  A modified version using various shades of red and blue balloons was used by Korean K-Pop acts in stadiums of 90,000 people all using his light.  To see that invention visit:

"My hope is that in these times of racial and economic division I as "Black Jesus" can help provide unity through a machine that can help everyone" GOrDon concludes.  If you are interested in the project as an investor GOrDon asks that you contact him.

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