NATHAN COPPEDGE--Perpetual Motion Concepts
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  Perpetual Motion Machine Concept Utilizing Bezel-Weights

The bezel-weight concept is a variation on a counterweight principle
such as the basic form of counterweight used in the coquette or
Repeat Lever Type 2.

A bezel-weight uses a vertical principle of bearing on a location such as
by using a separate track structure or wheel. The bezel provides an
unbalancing principle with a property of abversion upon a pre-existing
apparatus;

The bezel operates by use of an unbalanced hinge (that is, a hinge
located on the outer edge of a rectangular block structure), thus
as in other counter-weights, the bearing is constant, but may be
differentiated by using a mobile ball weight, which provides
dynamic variation.

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Fluid Lever

Curving Rail

Motive Mass

Repeat Lever

Tilt Motor

Magnets

BEZEL
Diagrams

Grav-Motor

Conv. Wheel

Pendulums

Escher Mach

Spin Top

Apollo Device

Spiral Device

Early Failures

DISCLAIMER

PM Types

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Volitional math at

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STATISTICS: Pendulum Type 3

VOLITION: 3/2 not infinite.
(3 active u /2 dual-axial u)

EQUILIBRIUM: 1  
(1 mobile u / (1 stem / 1 cycle))

EFFICIENCY: 3/2
(3/2 Ve / 1 VE)

VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:
Here the counterweight is above
the spiral, creating greater
efficiency. Hard to build though,
for me. Not infinite, I guess.