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### Author Topic: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence  (Read 1516 times)

#### NathanCoppedge

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##### Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« on: January 01, 2018, 02:52:34 AM »
Diagrams readily available under Wikimedia Commons and 'Quora.com nathan coppedge perpetual motion'.

Concerning new art of free energy, you may verify these equations...

With leverage ratio of 10.8 to 6.25 running to 14 to 6.25, I have shown that when a super-lightweight lever is run through an ultra-smooth, ultra-straight slightly inclined slotted track, and the counterweight on the short end has a ratio of (1X U.S. Quarter, 1X U.S. penny, 1X standard marble, 5 in. of duct tape) to one standard marble on the longer lever end, that upwards and downwards motion from rest takes place, and the rolling ball may be permitted to have a significantly higher midpoint after being raised than the height of the lever at the start of the track (at 10.8 : 6.25 X the distance of the midpoint of the counterweight from the fulcrum), with room to move into. Therefore, the device, if arranged in a horizontal loop with units repeated at the same average altitude, might be perpetual.

Friction is proven to be overcome at every point except perhaps at the beginning between units. But, we know it has sufficient capacity to lift the lever at the beginning of the first unit, and every unit is identical.

Test for Specific Values

It has been estimated from work I will duplicate later that 2X counterweight, 1X marble, and 0.5X effective long-end leverage mass is a workable value.

So, let's test it…

1X marble + 0.5X lever = 1.5X effective mass at every point for the marble.

10.8 leverage X 1.5X effective mass = 16.4 X effective leverage at the beginning of the long end.

2X mass X 6.25X leverage = 12.5X effective leverage (constant) for the short end.

16.4X long-end leverage is significantly greater than 12.5X leverage, so the long end is effectively heavier.

Note, this is before the marble is supported by the track.

Now, the marble on the long end is supported by the track.

Since the track is almost horizontal, the resistance is now close to 1/2 effective mass, since 1/2 effective mass falls between 0 resistance (falling) and 1 ideal resistance (lifting, e.g. 0 plus friction in equilibrium, as this is).

Thus, we take the same initial resistance of 16.4 and divide by 2 to get an approximate resistance (supported) of 8.2 or somewhat over.

This is now significantly less than the 12.5 effective leverage of the counterweight, so now the marble will move upwards very slightly, so long as it is supported by the track, and so long as the ratios are followed.

Now, let's test whether it works at 14 : 6.25 (at the end of each unit).

14 leverage X 1.5 effective marble mass = 21 effective leverage.

21 / 2 = 10.5 effective leverage when supported, still significantly less than the counterweight's 12.5, which also has the advantage of equilibrium.

But now, when the marble is unsupported at 14X leverage with 1.5X effective mass, it has the full 21X effective leverage, versus the same now puny 12.5 X effective leverage of the counterweight, which means when unsupported the marble is clearly able to lift the counterweight, IN SPITE OF ORIGINALLY MOVING UPWARDS!

General Values

10.8 / 6.25 = > 1.73 X (mass) for counterweight to move marble.

(1.73 X is ideal motion from equilibrium with 10.8 : 6.25, particularly when there is reduced resistance from a supporting track and lever mass adding to the leverage of the 1 X marble as indicated below).

14 / 6.25 = 2.24 X leverage applied at the end of motion by marble = maximum mass of counterweight including all compensations for leverage mass.

→ 1.73 to 2.24X window for counterweight mass with upwards motion and applicable leverage, when leverage is in a 10.8 to 14 : 6.25 ratio.

Long end lever weight without counterweight or marble while hinged = 0.001X to 0.51X plus any unaccounted weight in short end of lever (so, it could, in effect, be heavier than 0.51X if not all the counterweight mass has been accounted for).

Now, if the lever is lighter in raw units than the differential, it has been shown to work!

In fact, even if I am wrong about this, the experiment clearly shows motion from rest with natural momentum, and there is indication of recovery of altitude through the height of the midpoint of the marble.

---Nathan Coppedge

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##### Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« on: January 01, 2018, 02:52:34 AM »

#### blueplanet

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2018, 09:35:25 AM »
I have just done some internet search on your machine but I have not seen any evidence of perpetual motion. I might be wrong.

To prove that it is a really perpetual motion machine, your machine must be able to be  continuously self-running without any artificial power input for at least one year.

In my humble opinion, your machine should not break any laws of physics, except for the second law of thermodynamics.

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #2 on: January 01, 2018, 11:28:01 AM »

May be this book helps people who have a perpetual motion problem:

https://www.amazon.com/Omega-Plans-Better-Without-Masturbating/dp/1502429659/

Omega Plans: How to Do Better Without Masturbating
by   Nathan Coppedge    (Author)

This is a good book to give someone who might have a masturbation problem. The advice comes from someone who for a long time had no religious motivation. Trouble that developed caused him to turn around and see that he was missing out on a big part of life. And this book gives advice asking everyone to participate and to be more divine. Forget reverse psychology, it won’t persuade people, even when some small part of them admits that they want a better life than what God is offering them. Avoiding masturbation is the answer, and this book provides sensitive advice.

http://www.nathancoppedge.com/  more books for the perpetual motion minded

This book will help with perpetual motion:

https://www.amazon.com/Worthwhile-Magical-Things-Do-Spell-Casting/dp/1515164187/

Worthwhile Magical Things To Do: (Spells & Spell-Casting)
by   Nathan Coppedge    (Author)

FROM THE INTRODUCTION This book is inspired by an excellent day in which I decided to change my mind about nearly everything! I would adopt an attitude in which I banished all negativity that surrounded my presence! As you might not expect, my object was to accomplish this through magical means! In the process, I would become a powerful wizard! You may not believe this, but the beginning of the process involved changing the sky into the most beautiful periwinkle blue! It was a very optimistic start. But, what else will surprise you, is that many of the magical effects I had already done myself (“Around the house, on my own time…”). So, I immediately set out to write this book to inspire the world about magical wizardry! The tricks are intuitive as magic goes, so I have full confidence that you will pull off more than one of these tricks before you are even done reading this book! It’s inspired magic, and it’s inspired magic that’s good!

#### sm0ky2

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2018, 02:49:23 PM »
You can make the colors yellow and blue turn into green
Just by using your mind while you mix them.
Magic is in the eye of the beholder. (or maybe their psychi)

The concept that your thoughts control the world around you
is propagated by groups of people who have lived most of their
lives without thinking....

And, for them, these thoughts are manifested through their change
in actions. and so their views work for them.
It’s hard to convince them otherwise.

#### NathanCoppedge

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2018, 04:26:28 PM »
I have just done some internet search on your machine but I have not seen any evidence of perpetual motion. I might be wrong.

To prove that it is a really perpetual motion machine, your machine must be able to be  continuously self-running without any artificial power input for at least one year.

In my humble opinion, your machine should not break any laws of physics, except for the second law of thermodynamics.

My feeling is that while others have not built a fully-working device either, I have provided some highly interesting facts to analyze, and maybe it is time to lower the bar and make something run for a cycle however short without any input except altitude and mass.

Assuming my device moves from one modular unit to the next, the device is guaranteed perpetual, because other than the transition there is proven natural momentum at every point, and the transition theoretically involves no change in altitude.

Unusual conditions hold in this case which don't involve inputting energy---that is one of the exceptional things about it.

Not only does it not need to gain additional altitude, but it has room to move into, and there is strong evidence of natural up-and-down motion, just look at the equations.

If there is one thing that might discourage me, it is someone's argument that the horizontal transition is not possible. But the device has 12 freaking categorical advantages at the weakest point, and only one remaining disadvantage---that the lever is taller than the base, but not the midpoint of the marble.

So, I would say, it is time for someone to reproduce the experiment, and take it VERY very seriously.

I have dreamed of the Ouroboros three times, and the third time it appeared like the shape of the Lemniscate. I jumped right out of bed, and remembered the other part of the dream, which was the idea of turning my Repeat Lever 2 into a horizontal, modularly repeating device. In my mind, all things considered, it is the best attempt at perpetual motion by far. This is leagues beyond the Repeat Lever 5, but very similar to Repeat Lever 2 and numerous less likely serious attempts.

The Repeat Lever 2 might work, but this is just over the top.

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2018, 04:26:28 PM »

#### NathanCoppedge

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2018, 04:38:47 PM »
I have just done some internet search on your machine but I have not seen any evidence of perpetual motion. I might be wrong.

The following Youtube video may show you how easy it is to transition between one modular unit and the next in the diagram that started this thread.

Just imagine that it has the kind of momentum that's been proven in the Successful Over-Unity Experiment 1 (my primary experiment).

Imagine that its allowed to move, and that the marble is much, much taller. Now do you see? It works!

Because:

1. It has natural momentum at every point.
2. There is no additional necessary change in altitude.
3. It doesn't use energy.

#### blueplanet

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##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2018, 07:31:31 AM »
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Imagine that its allowed to move, and that the marble is much, much taller. Now do you see? It works!

Because:

1. It has natural momentum at every point.
2. There is no additional necessary change in altitude.
3. It doesn't use energy.

What allows it to move then?
Momentum means force. If there is any so-called natural momentum at any point, what is this source of this force?
This force must come from somewhere. But you have not mentioned it.

#### Free Energy | searching for free energy and discussing free energy

##### Re: Nathan Coppedge perpetual motion, real evidence
« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2018, 07:31:31 AM »