Fluid Lever

Curving Rail

Motive Mass

Repeat Lever

Tilt Motor



Bezel Weight



Conv Wheels

Escher Mach

Early Failures


PM Types

How do my concepts theoretically overcome
thermodynamical laws?

1. Spinning Top Devices
Principle: Torque with path of resistance.
Proof: I have no physical proof that this design works, but according to my
equations, it may attain a rating of two infinity, which is higher than any of the
other designs. This assumes that it has zero dual-directional parts as well as two
moving parts, something that has been surprisingly difficult to determine.

Spinning Top Devices    Crit

2. The Escher Machine
Principle: H - V > V(H), referring to angularity.
Proof: H - V > V(H). This is the only other device I have designed that has
reached the rating of infinity in my unique equations, due in this case to a
lack of dual-directional units. However, remarkably, it has only one
moving part, making it the simplest conceivable perpetual motion machine
that is not nano.

Escher Machine      Crit

3. Tilt Motor---or "God's Rolling Pin"

Principle: Momentum Without Velocity
Proof: [1] A person applying leverage against his or her own weight can lift him
or herself smaller distances than the motion of the lever. When this motion is
applied to changes in slope, a very small change of distance is necessary for
horizontal motion. [2] Because the wheel is horizontal, only slope is required to
extend motion. [3] The motion of the levers is greater than the motion to create
slope because the rolling cone is tall enough to do so. [4] If resistance is
minimal, the result is motion.

Tilt Motor     Crit     

4. Coquette and Repeating Leverage

Principle: A counterweight may be operated by leverage. The counter-weight
applies constant force, which acts on the lever whether or not it is activated.
Thus the lever may be activated repeatedly.
Proof: [1] Slope is possible continuously when upwards and downwards
movements are permitted. [2] All that is required for an upwards or downwards
movement is a shift in mass; For upwards movement, advantage is required, for
downwards movement a disadvantage is required. Thus the system is balanced in
force, but unbalanced in momentum. [3] A differing position is acquired by
acting upon a mobile ball-weight, which moves because continuous slope is

Coquette      Repeating Leverage     Crit

5. Motive Mass Machine

Principle: A domino principle in which the dominoes do not need to be reset.
Proof: [1] A weight in free-fall can move an equal weight horizontally when the
second weight is supported on wheels. [2] A chain reaction of this type would
gain momentum, because there is a principle of advantage, much like dominoes.
[3] In this case, the average altitude remains constant, producing an over-unity
principle, because the 'dominoes' 'do not need to be reset': they are re-set, but
only by the principle of advantage made possible by the vertical versus
horizontal rule, e.g. because part of the weight is unsupported at a given time.

MMMachine    Crit

6. Grav-Buoy 2 and Curving Rail Device  

Principle: Advantage is had by multiple units, against which is placed minimal
Proof: [1] In the final design of the Grav-Buoy, the weight of water is cleverly
reduced, making the example an exceptional case, [2] In the case of the curving
rail, perhaps an absence of friction would make a similar cycle chain-reacting, if
not mobile; This has an advantage against some concepts of the Bhaskara
Wheel, because the upwardly mobile portion is supported by a track. This is
made possible by a flexible chain-link or cable structure. It can be seen for
example, that a car on wheels is much easier to push than a car without wheels.
(Grav-Buoy 1)  Grav-Buoy 2   Crit   Curving Rail

7. Fluid Leverage Apparatus and Gravity Motor

Principle: Extenuated gravity.
Proof: Only in special cases. None discovered yet. Except perhaps the angled
pool with slight lip, and certain nano-based devices in the case of the grav-motor.

Fluid Leverage     Gravity Motor            Crit

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NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Theory Applied

white elephant
a rail demonstrates a principle
a rail and volitional math
a rail and ratios of scale
The zigzag creates a
greater laterality by
comparison to rail angle
Considering number,
scale not apportionate
of disposition, creating
subtlety esp in ratio
Again, apportioning
number is not
apportioning scale
a rail and variation
anticipates mass
but does not always
mass and proportion
In a seperate example
permittance is not
anticipated by bulk or