The Energy Multiplier System
To understand how an energy multiplier system works ,we must understand the relationship of force, torque, and the gear box.
Force: the amount of energy to move a object; can be generated from a variety of sources, ex. (animal, wind, electric (batteries), coal, nuclear power, oil, or locomotive)
Torque: a force multiplier which can be is measured in feet, such as a wind mill blade, a bar, or a lever. The magnitude of torque depends on three quantities: the force applied, the length of the lever arm  connecting the axis to the point of force application, and the angle between the force vector and the lever arm. In symbols: where
T = r x F t= rF sinθ
τ is the torque vector and t is the magnitude of the torque, r is the displacement vector (a vector from the point from which torque is measured to the point where force is applied), and r is the length (or magnitude) of the lever arm vector, F is the force vector, and F is the magnitude of the force, × denotes the cross product, θ is the angle between the force vector and the lever arm vector. The length of the lever arm is particularly important; choosing this length appropriately lies behind the operation of levers, pulleys, gears, and most other simple machines involving a mechanical advantage.
A torque multiplier is the Gear box, which works on the principle of epicyclic gearing. The given load at the input gets multiplied as per the multiplication factor and transmitted to the output, thereby achieving greater load with minimal effort. For example, the number of turns the gearbox rotates in on rotation could be a 1::500 ratio with either the input or output changing depending on the result wanted.
When using explaining the jb power system, the energy quickly multiplies and the electricity saved is evident
Force: when an electric locomotive attached to a blade is moving 13,000 tons 12 miles in one hour, the cost is 51kwh
Torque: (Force multiplier) a 400 ft wind mill blade times with 13000 tons of weight = 5,205,200 tons force going thru the generator, 1 ton = 2000lbs x 5,205,200 = 10,410,400,000 divide by 44,000 ft lbs = 236,600kwhInitial expense: 51kwh x 3 (vectors or blades) to produce 236,600kwh - 153kwh = 236,447kwh profit in one hour x 24 hours per day x 365 days
1. Tipler, Paul (2004). Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics, Oscillations and Waves, Thermodynamics (5th ed.). W. H. Freeman. ISBN 0-7167-0809-4.
In this picture is a person moving the lever arm at a distance of 7ft. out (radius), with a force of 30 ft/lbs. Over a time of 15 seconds. Demonstrated are 9, 100 watt light bulbs being illuminated. That is a total of 900 watts multiplied by 44 ft/lbs (1 watt = 44 ft/lbs) to get a total of 39,600 ft/lbs produced.
The JB PowerSystem
Jerry Blevins, 61, of Toms Brook, uses a contraption he named the JB Power System to generate enough electricity to light 24 bulbs equaling 1,200 watts. He hopes to break the current Guinness world record for the amount of electricity generated by one person using simple machines. The record is 125 watts per hour, or 3.5 kilowatt hours within a 24-hour period; Blevins said he generated 1,700 watts in an hour during a recent test. — Rich Cooley/Daily