HOW TO CHEAT PHYSICS:

PROOF #1: Friction does not eliminate motion where motion
is permitted.

PROOF #2: Reactions are possible in a circle, as shown by
dominoes. Wheels can turn.

PROOF #3: Dominoes can chain-react using higher and
higher altitudes. Energy can be created.

PROOF #4: Dominoes can accelerate, so friction does not
stop everything.

PROOF #5: In principle, equilibrium is enough to overcome
proportionality problems.

PROOF #6: Imbalance can overcome friction.

PROOF #7: Equilibrium and imbalance can exist
simultaneously through mass- leverage ratios.

..."Volitional Exceptions"...

      •The Exception Involving Interactions

      •The Exception Involving Proportionality

      •The Exception Involving Equilibrium in a Balance

Notice how similar all of these sound to the writings of Isaac Newton!

And yet, Isaac Newton did not write them!


They are principles, that, if demonstrated in a simple device that maintains
the same average altitude through a cycle, and has momentum, would prove
perpetual, provided that the device uses no depletable energy.

I have demonstrated a number of the principles to my own satisfaction, and I
think a simple perpetual motion machine will eventually be built.

DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PRINCIPLES

    EXCEPTION INVOLVING INTERACTIONS: This is the principle that through
delayed reactions, energy potential exists in 4-d space, and thus, is not
subject to simplified, 2-d entropy. This is simpler than it sounds. The system
has energy through a number of principles, such as extrusion in the 3rd
dimension, chain-reaction, and other principles of efficiency, such as
proportionality and equilibrium.

    EXCEPTION INVOLVING PROPORTIONALITY: This is the principle that
'sweet spots' of interaction can be created by using high mass at low
leverage distance from the fulcrum against small mass at high leverage
distance from the fulcrum, and perhaps other related principles can be
discovered.

    EXCEPTION INVOLVING EQUILIBRIUM IN A BALANCE: This is the principle
that two equal weights in a balance, which by definition have the same
average altitude, can nonetheless create motion within that altitude. I
believe this is comparable to motion from rest, since the average altitude
remains the same, therefore no average altitude is lost, and the movement
is therefore equivalent to motion from rest.

Those are the major exceptions I have found, and they may be combined for
greater efficiency, as I have done in my experiments!

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