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John Jenkins is a Chicago man apparently trained as a video editor, 3D modeller, and sound designer. Accordingly to his Kickstarter bio however, his real passions are in the artistic integrity of fields such as animation and game programming.

John Jenkins first came to attention with his Kickstarter for a "4 Dimensional Operating System". Rather than the binary system of 1s and 0s that computers use today, he claims he can build a "quadnary" operating system that will exponentially increase computing power. He claims that binary is "2 dimensional," and that therefore the "4 dimensions" of "quadnary" will make it easier to calculate three-dimensional graphics, with an "extra" "dimension" left over for other processing tasks.

Retsupurae's video on John's first Kickstarter


Actually though.

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(Note: I link to Retsupurae videos because John has a tendency of "updating" his Kickstarter videos as many as 7 times over the course of the campaigns so the originals are hard to find)

Anyone who knows anything about programming knows that this is ludicrously inaccurate and a borderline psychotic understanding of computing. But computers are not the only thing John seems to have difficulty wrapping his head around.

Due to his first Kickstarter failing to reach his $2,000 goal, he tried again, this time with a far more modest $10 goal that would almost guarantee a payout of some kind.

His second Kickstarter was called "Unified Field Theory Discovered". Not content with revolutionizing computing as we know it, he was now turning his focus to transform science and physics. Unified field theory, for those who don't know, is a hypothetical means to tie all natural phenomena into one "unified theory". The term was coined by Albert Einstein, and not he nor anyone since has managed to discover one.

Until John, of course.

Retsupurae's video on John's second Kickstarter


His mind-blowing equation designed to explain the physics of all natural phenomena is 0=1. It was apparently discovered "while playing an online video game" (he also claims in the video that he used the same online game to try converting people to Christianity). He compares his equation to e=mc² (seeming to imply that his equation is simpler and even more efficient).

Unlike e=mc² however, 0=1 is far more philosophical than mathematical. Like Schrödinger's cat, it appears to be along the lines of as long as something has the potential to exist, even if it doesn't currently exist, it is simultaneously in between the state of existing (1) and not existing (0), therefore 0=1.

It is unclear how John thinks this is supposed to explain or unify fields such as gravity or electromagnetism, but as he states under his "Risks and challenges" section, he is "not a physicist".

You may also be wondering what the Kickstarter is for, considering his theory has already been discovered and explained. His intention seemed to be to fund a tour of mostly Ivy League universities to present speeches on his theory. In a way it's a shame he only received $15 for his campaign so we can't see him ramble in front of actual physicists like in his videos and promptly get laughed out of the institution (though because his goal was only $10, it's $15 he actually received - minus Kickstarter/Paypal fees)

Due to his Kickstarter "success," he began referring to his low-goal guaranteed-success campaigns as "Ten-Dollar Triumphs." His next one was a little different. As he states:

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With John's third Kickstarter he took it upon himself to address racial discrimination by campaigning a new film project: "The Black James Bond"



Don't get confused though, this is not in fact supposed to be a James Bond film. He is merely using that to describe his spy film centered around a black man living in Chicago (sound familiar?)

If you wanted to get a copy of his finished script, unfortunately his campaign is over, earning him $50 of his $10 goal - his most successful yet.

His fourth Kickstarter is brand new and has already become another "Ten-Dollar Triumph". This time, he's written a play:

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Confusingly, he doesn't seem to want the play to be performed, he just wanted to write it and now wants people to read it. To add to the confusion, under "Risks and challenges" he writes:
Also, due to timing mishaps I finished the play before the Kickstarter even started

So what exactly is he Kickstarting? In fact all of his Kickstarters seem to have tenuous or unclear goals. Well, in his Kickstarter biography he actually states:

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So in reality, he's not trying to crowdfund anything. He just wants attention. He likes to ramble, and likes people to listen.

And, my god, does he like to ramble.

His Kickstarter videos feel a lot like vlogs if you boil it down. In the Retsupurae comments, some have suggested he should start a YouTube channel.

As a matter of fact, he has.

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Twice.

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Main channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Battleganz
Secondary channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4IKYeeAbZZhdCnc-OISisg

(NOTE: John is a slow thinker AND a slow talker. Utilize YouTube's speed up options to retain your sanity while watching)

John can be seen using these accounts to defend his ideas in the comments of Retsupurae videos.

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He has uploaded many, many hours of video and they're all the stumbling rambles that are now his trademark. Of particular note are videos where he attempts to convince you of something, like when he tells you being ambitious is bad:

Which he'll readily contradict:

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Or when he's trying to exercise:


Or whatever this is:

 

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"His mind-blowing equation designed to explain the physics of all natural phenomena is 0=1. It was apparently discovered "while playing an online video game" (he also claims in the video that he used the same online game to try converting people to Christianity). He compares his equation to e=mc² (seeming to imply that his equation is simpler and even more efficient).

Unlike e=mc² however, 0=1 is far more philosophical than mathematical. Like Schrödinger's cat, it appears to be along the lines of as long as something has the potential to exist, even if it doesn't currently exist, it is simultaneously in between the state of existing (1) and not existing (0), therefore 0=1."
 

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John Jenkins is a Chicago man apparently trained as a video editor, 3D modeller, and sound designer. Accordingly to his Kickstarter bio however, his real passions are in the artistic integrity of fields such as animation and game programming.

John Jenkins first came to attention with his Kickstarter for a "4 Dimensional Operating System". Rather than the binary system of 1s and 0s that computers use today, he claims he can build a "quadnary" operating system that will exponentially increase computing power. He claims that binary is "2 dimensional," and that therefore the "4 dimensions" of "quadnary" will make it easier to calculate three-dimensional graphics, with an "extra" "dimension" left over for other processing tasks.

Retsupurae's video on John's first Kickstarter


Actually though.


(Note: I link to Retsupurae videos because John has a tendency of "updating" his Kickstarter videos as many as 7 times over the course of the campaigns so the originals are hard to find)

Anyone who knows anything about programming knows that this is ludicrously inaccurate and a borderline psychotic understanding of computing. But computers are not the only thing John seems to have difficulty wrapping his head around.

Due to his first Kickstarter failing to reach his $2,000 goal, he tried again, this time with a far more modest $10 goal that would almost guarantee a payout of some kind.

His second Kickstarter was called "Unified Field Theory Discovered". Not content with revolutionizing computing as we know it, he was now turning his focus to transform science and physics. Unified field theory, for those who don't know, is a hypothetical means to tie all natural phenomena into one "unified theory". The term was coined by Albert Einstein, and not he nor anyone since has managed to discover one.

Until John, of course.

Retsupurae's video on John's second Kickstarter


His mind-blowing equation designed to explain the physics of all natural phenomena is 0=1. It was apparently discovered "while playing an online video game" (he also claims in the video that he used the same online game to try converting people to Christianity). He compares his equation to e=mc² (seeming to imply that his equation is simpler and even more efficient).

Unlike e=mc² however, 0=1 is far more philosophical than mathematical. Like Schrödinger's cat, it appears to be along the lines of as long as something has the potential to exist, even if it doesn't currently exist, it is simultaneously in between the state of existing (1) and not existing (0), therefore 0=1.

It is unclear how John thinks this is supposed to explain or unify fields such as gravity or electromagnetism, but as he states under his "Risks and challenges" section, he is "not a physicist".

You may also be wondering what the Kickstarter is for, considering his theory has already been discovered and explained. His intention seemed to be to fund a tour of mostly Ivy League universities to present speeches on his theory. In a way it's a shame he only received $15 for his campaign so we can't see him ramble in front of actual physicists like in his videos and promptly get laughed out of the institution (though because his goal was only $10, it's $15 he actually received - minus Kickstarter/Paypal fees)

Due to his Kickstarter "success," he began referring to his low-goal guaranteed-success campaigns as "Ten-Dollar Triumphs." His next one was a little different. As he states:


With John's third Kickstarter he took it upon himself to address racial discrimination by campaigning a new film project: "The Black James Bond"



Don't get confused though, this is not in fact supposed to be a James Bond film. He is merely using that to describe his spy film centered around a black man living in Chicago (sound familiar?)

If you wanted to get a copy of his finished script, unfortunately his campaign is over, earning him $50 of his $10 goal - his most successful yet.

His fourth Kickstarter is brand new and has already become another "Ten-Dollar Triumph". This time, he's written a play:


Confusingly, he doesn't seem to want the play to be performed, he just wanted to write it and now wants people to read it. To add to the confusion, under "Risks and challenges" he writes:


So what exactly is he Kickstarting? In fact all of his Kickstarters seem to have tenuous or unclear goals. Well, in his Kickstarter biography he actually states:

So in reality, he's not trying to crowdfund anything. He just wants attention. He likes to ramble, and likes people to listen.

And, my god, does he like to ramble.

His Kickstarter videos feel a lot like vlogs if you boil it down. In the Retsupurae comments, some have suggested he should start a YouTube channel.

As a matter of fact, he has.

Twice.

Main channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Battleganz
Secondary channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4IKYeeAbZZhdCnc-OISisg

(NOTE: John is a slow thinker AND a slow talker. Utilize YouTube's speed up options to retain your sanity while watching)

John can be seen using these accounts to defend his ideas in the comments of Retsupurae videos.


He has uploaded many, many hours of video and they're all the stumbling rambles that are now his trademark. Of particular note are videos where he attempts to convince you of something, like when he tells you being ambitious is bad:

Which he'll readily contradict:

Or when he's trying to exercise:


Or whatever this is:


>apparently qualified for the 3D industry
>makes Kickstarter projects

Fucking what
 

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