THE PERPETUAL MOTION TRACTATUS:
An Investigation Into Loopholes
by Nathan Coppedge
                                                                               
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INTRODUCTION:
Concise principles that seem to prove perpetual motion

A. Sometimes there is a principle of advantage [Lever on slope]

B. Momentum is possible without velocity [Object tethered on a slope]

C. Energy is not conserved in all chain reactions [Dominoes of increasing heights]

D. It is possible to create a chain reaction that returns to its starting point


AN INDEX OF LOOPHOLES

1. Newton's Laws of Motion
[traditional summary: every cause has an equal and opposite effect, once an
object is in motion it stays in motion, consistent speed versus friction]

        ::If anyone has their own concept of exception,
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A Nitty-gritty approach

A. Geometry

1. If a 2-dimensional circle is the definition of over-unity, there are
forms where a spiral creates over-unity, but this relies on gravity;

2. In a right triangle, the base and height combine to equal greater than
the hypotenuse; Therefore there is a principle of efficiency in the
diagonal within the cubic;

B. Combinations

1. A lever gives an advantage by use of larger movements;

2. A slope supports a rolling object, or it would sink vertically;

3. Leverage and slope may be combined;

4. Spirals and angularity may be combined;

5. Spiral or angularity may be combined with leverage or slope;

C. Momentum (Vectors) without Velocity or Mass

1. Physics assumes that a vector needs velocity; But this is not the case;
instead, what it needs is force; For example, an object tethered on a slope
has a vector (force direction) without velocity;

2. Photons, it is reported, have endless motion without mass; Perhaps if
mass were NOT affected by a change in motion, then energy could be
extracted;

D. Energy

1. If there were absolute energy, evidently it would not encounter friction;

2. If there were meaningless energy, evidently it could not be proven
if it were energy or not;

2. Newton's Laws of Gravitation
[a body is attracted to another body in inverse proportion to the ratio
of the masses]

A. Gravity is somewhat exponential in free-fall

B. If a body is attracted to itself in inverse ratio, this assumes a lack of
dynamics; In other words, there may be exceptions to the rule of gravity in
specific configurations, if the shift in the relationships of masses is rational;

3. Thermodynamics 1
['energy cannot be created nor destroyed']

A. Energy exists, so it can be created

B. If it is not created, it is not destroyed

4. Thermodynamics 2
['energy tends to dissipate']

A. If there is no absolute energy, there is no energy; We should not assume
that energy exists if it may not; There may be rules that are crueler
than appearances; Therefore the exceptions may be more exceptional than
appearances; A form of machine based on this principle simply gathers
energy, with no expectation of over-unity, but this may be contradictory;

B. If there is absolute energy, then energy may be gathered from dissipated
energy; If this were not the case, everything would have energy and the
question of dissipation would become meaningless; A form of machine based
on this would be like a Gravity Motor, or a Photon Generator;

5. Relativity & Quantum Mechanics

A. Small machines may be possible, if there are small exceptions

B. Big machines may be possible, if there are big exceptions

C. Small machines may have big exceptions if Newton's Laws are broken

D. Big machines may have small exceptions if Newton's Laws are broken


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