STATISTICS: Torque Device
[tentatively]
VOLITION: 1.5
( 3 active u / 2 dual-axial u)

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

EFFICIENCY: 1.5 ( 1.5 Ve / 1 VE )

VOLITIONAL STATEMENT:
The clearest trouble here is a
method for active unit operability,
applicability here is not much
thought out

Torque: An Exemplary (Example)
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white elephant
Here a semi-standard rail emblecates
an idea of lateral torque at multiple
levels and valences;

Propositing a central fulcrum with
lateral pivot, lateral movement at the
upward end creates a shift that
perhaps by Newtonian principles acts
at a level of greater energy output; eg
differences upward or downward in the
eventuality of torque theoretically
mimic the nature of falling objects;

Another property to consider is that a
forward application of the rail by
weight pressure would allow a strong
pivot of the lower member when a
secondary lateral fulcrum begins
towards the upper end of the lower
post; if upper leverage applies, or if
the falling object principle applies,
there is a mutual benefit attendant of
this secondary principle of the torque
and level schema

Metalstick

[Torque]

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Physics Ex
A clearer example of
the torque phenomenon
Some atypical levers
are not in common
use, but have special
properties amenable
to torque in one
manner or other;
These bracket forms
serve as examples
of the unusual lever
concept
Modal variation produces a
case where torque is
emblematic of conservative
breadth or particularly narrow
specialization
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