ABOVE: Type 8: Partial track is kept, with
stronger guidance from a surrounding lever
member; the intent is to gain on differences in
weight
ABOVE: Type 7: A device
making use of a partial track
combined with a swivel operation
Repeating Leverage Experiments


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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.
MAIN

PM Theory

CONCEPTS

Grav-Buoy2

Fluid Lever

Curving Rail

Motive Mass

REPEAT LEV
Summary
Diagrams
Experiments
Videos

Tilt Motor

Coquette

Magnet

Bezel Weight

Pendulums

Conv Wheel

Escher Mach

Spin Top

Apollo Device

Early Failures

DISCLAIMER

PM Types
Original Lever
ABOVE: Type 1: Original Concept using an eight-
chambered wheel  and ~60% lever.
Click for a closer view.
Repeating Lever Type 2
ABOVE: Type 2: A simpler concept using a
triangular track.      
Click for a closer view.
Type 2, Variation 1
ABOVE: Type 2, Variation 1: Taking better
account of the lever's angle.
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Perpetual Motion Machine Concept Using Repeated
Leverage

DIAGRAMS
NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
ABOVE: Type 3: A design with a two weight lift
structure, ramps, and a counterweight.
Click for a closer view.
ABOVE: Type 4: A simple design using a crescent
assist bar to partially support one of two weights on
the upward slope
Click for a closer view.
Repeat Lever 4
Repeat Lever 3
white elephant
ABOVE: Type 6: A belated design theorizing that a
fulcrum can be used with a parallel lever, in other
words perpendicular leverage
Click for a closer view.
ABOVE: Type 5: The best half-track concept of
Repeat Lever. This was previously kept secret. I have
released it with the hope that the design will be
preserved (downloaded / uploaded).
CLICK TO VIEW
Perpetual Motion Concept Using Fixed and Mobile Tracks
Spiral or Inclemented Trough Device
ABOVE: Type 9: Trough Device Using a (Partial)
Spiral Curve: The sloped mobile trough is meant to
compensate for trouble with the upwards slope of the
fixed trough
Secant Lever
ABOVE: Type 10:
"Secant" Lever
Repeat Lever Difference Spiral
ABOVE: Type 11: Difference Spiral
ABOVE: A diagram showing the only
successful repeat lever experiment;
Essentially, altitude can be retained with
motion by use of slope, but this involves
additional motion of the lever.
ABOVE: Type 12: Design based on
pessimism making use of a unique
principle which is likely unworkable in
practice.
CLICK FOR A CLOSER
VIEW.
Repeat Lever Type 5
Repeat Lever Type 12
The basic principle of
the trough lever
works!---see video
HERE!
REAL OVER-UNITY
MOCK-UP OF
EXPERIMENTALLY-PROVEN DEVICE
AT BOTTOM
MTLD
PROVEN PERPETUAL MOTION
MACHINE:
Modular
Trough-Leverage Device, using
ratios from the video called
Evidence
Against the Classical Model.

IMPORTANT NOTES: The
difference of mass surprisingly is
approximately 1:1 while accounting
for leverage differences, and
including additional mass on the
short end to compensate for the
difference in masses between the
long and short ends of the lever
when it is un-weighted.

In other words, if it weren't for the
nearly horizontal support from the
track, the mobile marble would (as it
does at one or two points), cause the
lever to move downwards. But, when
the marble is supported, it can move
slightly upwards. And, when the
marble is not on the track, the lever
moves upwards also, due to a lack of
resistance from anything. E.g. it is
equilibrized WITH the marble, NOT
WITHOUT IT. The exact ratios may
vary depending on the materials
used, but the lever itself must be
extremely lightweight, RELATIVE
TO THE MASS OF THE MARBLE
AND THE COUNTERWEIGHT.
Beaver Type 2
LEFT: "Beaver" Type 2, using a
similar concept to the Tilt Motor,
except without additional modules.
Instead, slope is added and then
used to return the weight.
LEFT: A device from Oct. 2015,
ingenious use of a counterweighted
sphere, a concept I was struggling
with for some time. In this case, the
advantage is had through very slight
use of the counterweight, and then
using the counterweight to trigger a
lever through the principle of indirect
application which creates a partial
equilibrium between the mass of the
lever and the ball weight, with the
effect of helping motion.
Not-If-But-When-Machine 1
Not-If-But-When Machine 2
Not-If-But-When Machine 3
Not-If-But-When Machine 4
Perhaps the nearest thing to a
leverage patent may be found at:
"LEVERAGE TYPE" ----Devices
and Novelties of Construction
Link.
The design given there may be
functional provided it has 8 spokes
and the counterweights and overall
structure are relatively light...
NIBW machine #5
NIBW machine #6

BELOW: FIRST FULLY-PROVEN DESIGN FOR PERPETUAL MOTION