NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
 VOLITIONAL MECHANICS
 RARE
 The Metal-Stick:An ExemplaryIdea of Equal-toUnity Objects
 Unusual TorqueDemoProperties of Level and Torsion
 UncommonRatchet Latch-and-Wind Properties of Slope
 Angular ApproachesDetermine Subtle Fulcrum Points
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 The Laws of Volitional Mechanics:If momentum can exist without velocity [as is the case in a rolling object tethered upon a slope], momentum may then exist without force::Three principles of volitional mechanics:1. Momentum is possible without force2. No energy input is required for motion, for example if location is not a form of force vector without dimension3. If motion is possible without force, and momentum is possible without force, then a motion-momentum principle does not require force to operate. Force is then extraneous to input-output, so therefore it may sometimes be treated as an independent variable: in other words, it may be extractable::NOTE: According to Newtonian physics this is impossible, but it may be based on an assumption; See the consensus at Yahoo Answers for comparison;In my definition velocity is not necessary for momentum, instead momentum is the 'mass force of potential or actual motion'The exceptions to velocity are that energy can be negative behind an object, and mass can have zero velocity with energy that does not come from the fission of atoms, in the case of slopeIn the first case [of 1-dimension] momentum is the force that is not negative or positive; In the second case [of 2-dimension] potential energy may have force that is derived only from momentum, not an input reaction, as physicists seem to assume with slope::
 If you're interested in a theory distinguishing the types, you might be interested in my Volitional Mathematics concept at the Impossible Machine.See also my blog under the following topics:Critique of Newton's Laws of MotionCausal EquilibriaVector Toggling