NOTE and CAUTION on my diagrams in general:

All my diagrams were necessarily made at a time when I was
certain they would work. If I were not certain that they had value
of one kind or another, I would not have made them.

Because the purpose of the diagrams is, as I see it, to perpetuate
the dream of their specific instance, I can do no more than
apologize for the imperative language I inevitably use. The
imperative tone is meant to pursuade the reader not that the
concept works, but that it MIGHT work, in the broad and general
sense that perpetual motion as a whole MIGHT be possible.
Original Concept, a little overwrought
Early Chain Reaction method
Dual Catapult Method
Early methods for cycling
Basic pulley method
First dual-cycle method
Theory & Principle
Dual See-Saw
Dual See-Saw Analysis
Note: Diagram 12 shows the most effective version of the original concept, in
which pulleys are positioned halfway up the height of the see-saws in order to
approximate a horizontal pull. Conceivably, a variation might be made on it using
a dual see-saw if there are faults in the geometry.

Motive Mass Machine Experimentation      Prospect that it works?     MAIN
Dual Lever
Iteration 2 Theory
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Motive Mass Machine: A Perpetual Motion Machine Concept
Using Weighted See-Saws and a “Difference Weight” Applied to
Alternating Sides by Various Methods

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Coquette

Magnet

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Escher Mach

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Apollo Device

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white elephant
Motive Mass Chassis example
The chassis of the
modular units
[depicted in a
trinary in Diagram
12] would
resemble this
bracket of the
door at Cutler's
Records
vertical modularity example
Tables simulate
vertical modular
units; the paradigm
of complexity and
tables is what is
implicated in both
forms
modular tier system example
Modular units may
be shown in terms of
series of other
kinds; metal
brackets or rails
typologically show
both series and
variation very much
in hand with
modularity and the
modular system
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Chain Reaction Tower
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A patent that shows the clearest
example of a difference weight
principle that I have found is:

"Magnetic Pendulum"

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