SYSTEMSVOLITIONAL MECHANICSVolitional mechanics has four stages, which are each part of   the cycle of a perpetual motion machineVolition - Volition is represented by the highest point of motion for the most mobile units, and the application of mass and / or momentum that happens afterwards. It expresses the machine's potential energy and general energy principle.Devescension - This period shows the machine's ability to   recover some portion of its motion automatically. It typically  involves transport by downward-sloping ramps, which mirror  other upwards or downwards sloping ramps.Devolition - This incorporates both the period of devescension   and the period of vescension. It may be used as a name for   the strategy of returning to a high altitude.Vescension - During this period, which may be a long, rising,  mostly horizontal motion, the device attempts to recover  the remainder of its energy by gaining momentum.In devices incorporating the four periods as above, it may beobserved that such devices make use of the following equations:   Hypothetical Volitional Energy =       Mobile Units / Dual-Axial Units   Hypothetical Volitional Equilibrium =   Mod. Units / (Stems Per Cycle / Sub-Cycles Per Cycle)   Volitional Efficiency or Relative Unity Rating =   Volitional Energy / Volitional Equilibrium   In general, there are two requirements:                   1. Motion from rest at no cost, and                   2. Extractable energy.  And the general principle is something like,           "Momentum without inherent velocity".      MORE ABOUT PERPETUAL MOTION      BACK TO SYSTEMS THEORY