Nathan Coppedge (hereafter "the inventor") is NOT asking for funds
for these machines until they have been proven to work, and does not
take responsibility for any loss of investment on the part of individuals
who for their own selfish purposes attempt to take advantage of the
inventor's ideas. Any research into the viability should be done with an
eye toward making historic progress, rather than turning an immediate
The inventor has done his best to make it clear that although these
ideas seem promising to him (to various degrees), there are numerous
contingencies and a history of failure running against viability. As a
result, he offers these concepts freely for initial research purposes,
but will do his best to claim credit for the inventions according to
inherent copyright, including any reasonable royalties in the unlikely
event that one or more of them can be marketed as a profitable
In the unlikely event of a confirmed breakthrough the inventor would
prefer to believe that credit will be given where it is due, and that
barring immediate patentability and inclusive negotiation rights, a less
formal written agreement can be made between the inventor and any
interested business parties.
The inventor is well-intentioned, and is not attempting to deceive
anyone. Part of the purpose of posting these inventions on a website
is to invite practical criticism from professional scientists, engineers,
academics, or anyone else with some degree of applied physics
With emphasis--I AM NOT CLAIMING THAT THESE
INVENTIONS WORK, I am only offering them for professional
criticism, with the hopes that if any or all of them are discovered to
be viable, I will be rewarded.
--Nathan L. Coppedge
Inventor of several Perpetual Motion Concepts,
5/2006 with some amendments.
The devices posted on my website are free to use, borrow, imitate, investigate
under the condition that I be included as co-patent holder on any successful
patent documents directly resulting from their investigation. Such an
arrangement entails equal royalties under most conditions.
All of the statements made herein are contingent on agreements made with
industry clients (none currently).
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