Thursday, July 11, 2013

Tidings of Prodigious Fame

To quote

"Who is credited with 'the theory of perpetual motion' ?"

"Several scientist has been credited for their theories of Perpetual Motion such as Isaac Newton, Nathan Coppedge, and Albert Einstein."

Here is the link:

My perpetual motion website:

Background: I read a newspaper article some years ago that the KGB had been bought by England to serve as an information-gathering agency. Apparently it is true.

I was contacted around the same time, or perhaps a few years later, by someone who identified him or herself as an agent for KGB incorporated, or whatever it's called.

The question was, "What do you know about perpetual motion?"

My answer was much like the following:

Dear KGB Agent,

There are three theories of perpetual motion, or more like three people.

The first of these persons is expressed by Isaac Newton, representing conventional physics. Although many people have conducted physical experiments relating to perpetual motion, most of them fail Newtonian Laws. Thermodynamics is an extension of this. So Isaac Newton is a major category of perpetual motion attempts.

The third category attempts to do physical perpetual motion what I call the easy-hard way, that is, by advanced, specialized, and high-power applications, such as nuclear power. Besides the methods of production, and methods of perfecting conventional methods, this technique is rather easy. It is essentially represented by mathematics, that is, Albert Einstein. Note, these are to a large degree conventional methods, if it is accepted that mathematics has a foundation. Yet mathematics alone is not perpetual motion, and the techniques used in nuclear power are actually highly inefficient, causing permanent damage to the ecosystem.

The second category, which I skipped earlier, and which, perhaps for obvious reasons, occurred late in the process, is a theory of genuine perpetual motion. Until recently, this theory was missing, which explains the confusion about conventional and advanced methods. Earlier devices such as the Baskara wheel were really significantly resisted by the mere force of gravity. In this sense, they were conventional (and failed). The genuine theory emerges with the theory of an unbalanced principle, without using electricity (since electricity contradicts a conventional principle of over-unity, by using more power than it generates). At this date in history (April 2008[?]) unbalanced principle is best demonstrated in the works of Nathan Coppedge, such as the lever-versus-counterweight paradigm, the horizontal wheel paradigm, and the modular unit paradigm. That I happen to be this person is incidental.

After I send this message, I am deleting my e-mail.

My memory is poor.

You will be the sole bearer of this knowledge.

Perhaps you will be remembered as the perpetual spy.

I will hesitate to elaborate those theories.


--Nathan Coppedge
perpetual motion "inventor"

By the way, this entire story is true, although I later learned that the KGB actually stands for the Knowledge Generation Bureau, a British news-gathering company. The fact that many Russian KGB agents defected to Britain is apparently a coincidence. And I'm not sure if it was really written in April. It may easily have been a different month. I would have made up a different month, except I'm a very honest person, and I think I tend to be creative about media in April. People are sometimes also more open-minded in April, unfortunately.

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