Angularity: An Exemplary (Example)
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Physics Ex
As with motive mass, this
breaking structure interrelates
intricately with lever forms
conceived in a vertical that by
real implication would be lateral
breaking structure
fulcrum example
lever variety
Lateral members by relation
through fulcrum to upper of
lower members suggest a
differentiation in energy
potential; lower members
have a temporary potential
with weights, middle members
have a gradual or lateral
potential, while upper
members have a strong
leverage potential for which
fall must in some way be
supplemented if less than
subtle; the puzzle is complex
even if rational
In this example weight may
be imagined opposing
pronged levers fixed
together; the applicationg of a
low counterposing lever
provides a subtle potential for
lateral interaction of mobile
weights by double tiers;

This is a life-of-idea
description
STATISTICS: Angle Device
[tentatively]
VOLITION: 1.5
( 3 active u /21 dual-axial u)

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

EFFICIENCY: 1.5 ( 1.5 Ve / 1 VE )

VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:
An angularity principle acting on
photo 1 as though lateral produces
an angularity versus inhibited
leverage principle conducive to
perhaps only augmented levers--

eg an idea of weight bearing versus
travel creating small zones of
mobile weight variance as of
pivoting track versus low-led lever
with heavy weight at low radius

See right tentatively
temporary lever machine concept
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