Perpetual Motion Machine Concept Utilizing Rising and
Free-Falling Buoys, Second Iteration.

EXPERIMENTS

I found that the bubbles boiling off of eggs seem to follow a nearly
vertical path. This would seem to indicate, that as long as heat is not
the most significant factor in the vertical aspect, that it may be
possible to use buoys placed vertically or nearly vertically in
comparison to one another.

This would serve to vindicate my view that the major fault with
Tatay's design was that entry resistance was not overcome.

Included here are a number of photographs of the vertical bubbles
phenomenon with boiling eggs.
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NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
LEFT: Two streams of bubbles
flowing upward from an egg

The close to vertical climb may
indicate that buoys could be used in
a perpetual motion machine
LEFT: Larger bubbles in the same
pot

Very nearly vertical

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white elephant
LEFT: A foundation such as this
cement would assure, with a
small meniscus-like diaphragm
that buoys pass through columns
of water without undue resistance
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