EARLY FAILURES: Notions of a Continuous Wheel


This small selection of designs, NOT to be confused with most designs
to the left, is obviously flawed, more so than the ancient concept for
chambered wheels.

No criticism is presented on these three designs, for reason see the volitional
statistics below. Note that different statistics are also included with each of
the seven or so other designs.

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EARLY FAIL.
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STATISTICS: Early Failure 1

VOLITION:   0.33
( 1 active / 3 dual or non-axial)

EQUILIBRIUM:  1
(1 cycle / 1 stem /  1 subcycle)

EFFICIENCY:  0.33
( 0.33 / 1 )

VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:
Although the shafts for gears
appear as active elements, they
really serve a purpose more
dubious than dual-axial.

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STATISTICS: Early Failure 2

VOLITION:  0.66
( 2 active / 3 dual axial)

EQUILIBRIUM:  2
(1 cycle / 1 stems / 2 subcycles)

EFFICIENCY:  0.33
( 0.66 / 2)

VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:
There is some doubt the whirligigs
would contribute to momentum at
all, to say nothing of angular
momentum.
STATISTICS: Early Failure 3

VOLITION:  0.66  
( 2 active / 3 dual axial)

EQUILIBRIUM:  2
(1 cycle / 1 stems / 2 subcycles)

EFFICIENCY:  0.33
( 0.66 / 2 )

VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:
white elephant