STATISTICS: Magnet 1VOLITION: 1(2 active u / 2 dual-axial u)EQUILIBRIUM: 0.5(1 u / 2 stems / 1 cycle)EFFICIENCY: 2 ( 1 Ve / 0.5 VE )VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:If there is a secret here, it is that the bifurcation of the ball weight is unending;
 MAGNET DESIGNS INCLUDING AVOIDANCE MAGNETBefore considering magnets for perpetual motion, consider Donald Simanek's excellent observation about the so-calledIdeomotor Effect which disproves some magnet concepts [noted by Donald Simanek. I agree with him. Original Simanek link HERE]. Also see THIS disproof of a common magnet type design found in fraudulent videos on YouTube. Therefore, magnets are the elephant graveyard of the perpetual motion world.These concepts investigate the original use of magnets for perpetual motion with the idea that some principle outside of magnets might make magnets work.The principle is that there are four properties of magnets whichare conducive to some principled effect:[1] Connection[2] Levitation[3] Repulsion, and[4] PressureI initially considered a device that would lift and drop a magnet,and a device that would wedge a magnet for spring effect usingthe magnet's own weight;For now the only device that I have conceived that might havea continuous effect is the following, (called the Avoidance Magnet):A pendulum upon which hangs a circular magnet, rendered in someway to be repulsive in 360 degrees. Beneath and in the center of thependulum's swing is a shallow bowl, in which rests a large metal ballwhich repulses the magnet, but which can be moved by the weight ofthe magnet upon the pendulum.However, the bowl is small enough to prevent the ball weight frommoving past the center of the bowl at any point in the ball weight'scircumference.The weight of the magnet is designed to displace the angularity of its swing, possibly augmented by a pushing force from the ball weight reacting against the bowl.Pretty ingenious, if it works!For diagrams, see Diagrams;Or venture into my other perpetual design concepts;Magnet Motion Diagrams                     nathancoppedge.com
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NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
One of the major problems with
magnets is that they are prone to
have two poles, and there is a
standard of function set by the