Gary L Johnson
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Gary L. Johnson
|Born||November 20, 1938|
|Residence||Canon City, CO, United States|
|Known for||New Energy|
|Fields||Professor of Electrical Engineering|
Dr. Gary L. Johnson taught electrical engineering at Kansas State University for 28 years before taking early retirement in 1994. His textbook, Wind Energy Systems, led to a long-term interest in alternative sources of energy. He also conducted Amperian water arcing experiments similar to those of Peter Graneau and Neal Graneau. Collection of 134 slides related to Wind Energy Systems
- 2011 - "A Description of Physical Reality Without Mass Stuff, Charge Stuff, and Field Stuff" (Read in full)
- 1998 - "Requirements for Bringing a New-Energy Generator to Market"
- 1992 - "Electrically Induced Explosions in Water"
- 1992 - "Tesla Coil Instrumentation"
- 2006 - "Religion, Science, and Psi: The Search for a New Energy Source" (Read in full)
- 1997 - "Search for a New Energy Source" (Read in full)
- 1985 - "Wind Energy Systems" (Read in full)
- 2012 -  (Video Lecture)