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A right side view of  
Principled Asymmetry
in the same position.
"Principled Asymmetry" device--a truly unbalanced wheel. The dual
counterbalancing arms on the right are weighed in such a way that the
difference arm at left always ends up in a nearly horizontal position.
However it is NOT perpetual. It seems as though such a device is very
applicable to more intricate perpetual motion designs.
Principled Asymmetry in motion. The difference weight
causes an extra push which is always enough to return the
red counterweight arms to a sideways position. With a
strong push the device turns 360 degrees 8 or 10 times.
Note that the difference weight is appended to the fixed
axle and not to the counterweight structure, thus reducing  
necessary lift on the upward swing.

Principled Asymmetry as an Over-Unity Device
Over
Unity?
The device was built
with the K'Nex
construction toy--
ordinarily used for
building miniature
ferris wheels, race
cars, and yes possibly
machines.
Note: as originally
implemented, the
wheel rotated around
the axle. However to
generate power a
spindle-type axle
would be used.
A short
essay
explaining
the name "Principled
Asymmetry"
Motive Mass Machine: A Perpetual Motion Machine
Concept Using See-Saws and a “Difference Weight”
Applied to Alternating Sides by Various Methods--
EXPERIMENTATION PHOTOS

PART 1    PART 2   PART 3   PART 4   PART 5 PART 6   PART 7
Photos 1   Photos 2   Photos 3   Photos 4   Photos 5  Photos 6  Photos 7

Motive Mass Prospects      Principled Asymmetry Prospects     nathancoppedge.com
NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
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