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PM Types
A Perpetual Motion Machine Concepts Incorporating SPIRAL
Constructions

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NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
NATHANCOPPEDGE.COM

IMPOSSIBLEMACHINE.COM
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.
white elephant
Spiral Drop Device
ABOVE: MY FIRST SPIRAL-TYPE DESIGN
(EXPERIMENTS ORIGINALLY SHOWN UNDER
THE TILT MOTOR SECTION).
ABOVE: MY SECOND SPIRAL-TYPE DESIGN,
THE SPIRAL-DROP DEVICE. RATHER
INGENIOUS...
ABOVE: A MODIFIED VERSION OF THE
HORIZONTAL SPIRAL
SOMEONE BUILT A NEAT
SPIRAL CONTRAPTION, NOT
PERPETUAL BUT INTERESTING,
VIDEO
HERE.
ABOVE: A failed horizontal wheel design VIDEO.
A more successful design may be the
so-called perpetual cone device,
using a wheel suspended on a
pendulum which rises by
counterweight, and then triggers its
fall when unsupported by the spiral
track next to the cone.