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ABOVE: In my continuing experiments with motive
mass I constructed a leveraged pendulum with five
weighted arms that move in consecutive sudden shifts as
the pendulum swings.

I theorized that if the weight of the pendulum below is   
always enough to return it to the lower position, and the
weights are always arranged in such a way that the center
arm becomes unbalanced at center, then perhaps the
movement of the center arm would be enough to cause a
second arm to trigger a third, allowing the pendulum to be
pushed outward, where it would then return.

However according to my experiments with a wide
variety of arrangements and different upper and lower
weight values, it appears that this design is in fact less
efficient than an ordinary pendulum. But I'd need to
measure the energy output to prove that. All I know is it
makes fewer swings, even if the first and second swings
have a greater range than one might expect.

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