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RED LETTER DAYS FOR
NATHAN COPPEDGE'S PERPETUAL MOTION
[SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENTS AND OTHER NOTABLE DATES].
APRIL 6TH, 2017
Brilliant Realization holiday named after discovering that Southern Connecticut State
University has a clunking sound above the old library bathroom, and a lot of extra wattage:
he agreed to have a device built there if the call from the president (Obama) was real...
MARCH 29TH, 2017
"Acca" reports that perpetual motion may be in-use by mining companies. As
reported first at overunity.com.
JULY 12TH, 2016
Day I designed and posted the Fully-Proven Perpetual Motion 1 , a modification
of the earlier Successful (Simple) Over-Unity Experiment 1.
APRIL 5TH, 2016
Day I built the Pendulum Type 1, which resembled perpetual motion. YouTube link HERE.
MARCH 18, 2016
Day I proved an object could return to the same altitude with momentum. YouTube link HERE.
FEBRUARY 14, 2016
Day I was granted membership to PESWiki.
DECEMBER 15th, 2015
Day I proved a lever could lift its fulcrum with minimal effort. YouTube link HERE.
NOVEMBER 7, 2015
Day I tweeted my most important perpetual motion tweet on Twitter.com (if we ignore Finsrud).
JULY 3, 2014
Day I discovered that objects can roll upwards. Based on an earlier experiment with the
Coquette (June 29, 2014). As a result, I created a diagram of the "Escher Machine".
NOV 9 - 10, 2013
My First Successful Over-Unity Experiment (AcademicRoom.Com) or view it at my blog
If a device can go up and then down from a position of rest, and all
parts return to their original positions, then there is theoretical over-
unity. This device meets the criteria. The diagram shows how to turn
the over-unity device into a perpetual motion machine.
APRIL 26TH, 2009
Day I Invented 50 Devices
These devices contributed significantly to my working tools,
but so far as I know none of them have joined my online collection.
I cite many flaws.
Day in which I have invented Five Devices more than once, first in 2007
One of these was the Coquette.
APRIL 2ND, 2007
Day I found evidence that the Tilt Motor could work
With near horizontal slope, leverage can extend slope.
Confirmed once, denied twice. Confirmation was with a level.
FEBRUARY 4TH, 2007
Day I seemed to prove an unbalanced wheel, the "Principled Asymmetry"
The device seems to rotate more easily in one direction than another.
OCTOBER 30TH, 2006
Day I invented the Tilt Motor, and time-traveled back to the morning of the same day
The Tilt Motor is the ingenious concept of a horizontal wheel, operated by levers.
CIRCA MARCH 2005
A visit to Mystic Aquarium resulted in an encounter with a 'Marble Rally' game,
inspiring thoughts about leverage with supporting slope. However, the actual
device concept was not formulated until years later.
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