NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
TILT MOTOR VIDEOS
HORIZONTAL SPIRAL DEMO 1 (START)
Upwards motion is nearly created by moving a
see-saw structure upon which two balanced
pendulum weights have been strung. It is
possible that the problem is due to the washers
taped to the outer weight. Some workability.
(Video created with a demo version of some
HORIZONTAL SPIRAL DEMO 2 (END)
Almost an appearance of momentum created
by the "inward-moving" spiral. Notice the
outer weight is approximately equal to the
inner weight, yet without structural
weaknesses and the obstructing washers and
tape wrinkles, it may be possible that the
weight would move upwards.
This experiment appears to be almost a
success, perhaps even decisive towards a
functional machine, in spite of mostly
For example, a stronger central fulcrum would
reduce the friction present in the system.
Demo 3 shows how the outer weight is sufficient
to reset the cycle if the inward spiral is sloped
enough to create motion. To a large extent the
functional equation may be a product of
eliminating as much friction as possible, as the
principle seems salvageable.