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   ·VOLITIONAL TABLE·

A list of the most functional devices may be found HERE.

A general OVERVIEW may be found
HERE.

What sorts of devices and applications might contribute to
simple over-unity, as distinct from frictional unity or
'
eventropy' / unstable energy states?

I will state them in order of increasing complexity and
functionality:

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CATEGORY 1:

SIMPLE MACHINES

Lever, Pulley, Screw, Buoy, Ramp, Wedge

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CATEGORY 2:

COMBINATORIAL BUT SIMPLE MACHINES

Balance,


Counterweighted Lever,


Differential Weight Principle,



[Gravitational Differential Air Pressure]

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CATEGORY 3:

PURE PROPORTIONALITY DEVICES

Motive Mass Machine,
Escher Machine,
Simple Coquette

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CATEGORY 4:

'CHEATING' DEVICES

Devices Using Ramps with Full and Partial
        Application to Mobile Components
1, 2
Devices Extending Slope Through Leverage or
        Magnetism
1, 2
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CATEGORY 5:

COMBINATORIAL MACHINES

Aperratures (
Mobile Buildings),
Perpetual Motion Construction Toys in Which Multiple
        Devices can be Combined
Practical Application of Perpetual Motion to the Walls
        of Buildings.

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ASYMMETRIC /MISC/VAR.
Motive Mass
Repeat Lever
Escher Machine
 
Coquette
Spiral Devices
Bezel Weight
 
Gravity-Buoyancy
Curve Rail
PMM Pendulums
       
       
       
       
SYMMETRIC
WHEELS
Tilt Motor
Conventional Wheel
Fluid Leverage
 
Apollo Device
Magnets
Grav-Motor