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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
Principled Asymmetry Type 2: Theoretically the leverage arms with
the blue-purple attachments would be thrown forward at the point
where the counter-balance arms with the yellow attachments equalize
the difference arm depicted in the lower right. The result--I
hoped--would be a net gain on the horizontally disposed nature of the
original wheel.

Note that the leverage arms balance one another preceding and
following the point where one is thrown downward. The motion of
the difference arm is meant to counterbalance not only weight of the
counterbalance arms, but also the weight of the opposite leverage arm,
for the split second when the nearer leverage arm no longer
counterbalances it.
Photos 1   Photos 2   Photos 3   Photos 4   Photos 5   Photos 6  Photos 7

Motive Mass Prospects      Principled Asymmetry Prospects     nathancoppedge.com
Note that as with the previous Principled Asymmetry, the
device is certainly not perpetual, unless there is a means to
attach it to a motor and somehow extract energy through
its efficiency in rotation.

Although I am not absolutely sure, it seems that with
certain configurations of weight/attachments this device
rotates more easily in one direction than the other. As far
as I know, that is without precedent, if it is true (with the
exception of ratcheted devices or others that intentionally
impose friction in one direction or another).
--2/4/07

For more on my theory about principled asymmetry,
refer to:
Principled Asymmetry as an Over-Unity Device
A sideview detailing  
the same construction
at the point immediately
after one of the leverage
arms falls. A spacer
between each leverage
arm and the rearmost
rotating bar causes the
arm to be thrown
forward when the
original principled
asymmetry device is in
a horizontal position.
A short
essay
explaining
the name "Principled
Asymmetry"
Note: not
perpetual
but certainly
unbalanced by one
definition or
another...
see
Prospect:
Principled
Asymmetry
NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
white elephant