ABOVE: The third experiment in balance.
ABOVE: A perspective view.
LEFT: The chain attached by pulley
to a hammer. Note that the full
weight of the hammer is supported,
while only a portion of the weight
must be pulled in order to roll a
difference weight up a ramp. As
long as the weight applied by gravity
is greater than the weight required
to roll the next difference weight,
sufficient force might be achieved
to perpetuate the process.
ABOVE: The pulley used in the third experiment
Motive Mass Machine: A Perpetual Motion Machine Concept
Using See-Saws and a “Difference Weight” Applied to Alternating
Sides by Various Methods--
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