Numerous quacks have presented themselves throughout history. But no one---notably---has had the gall to write an autobiography making the claim that perpetual motion WAS invented. As the author argues, that is because it was NOT INVENTED YET! Using this simple but beautiful logic, the author (Nathan Coppedge, who has been noted for his work on perpetual motion machines) takes the reader on a romp through many of his early-life experiences, as an explanation for his own particular brand of genius. From masturbation to foreign languages, to madness, and elitism, this book has it all. The book includes photographs of the inventor and several of his inventions proven to have principles such as excess torque, over-unity, and recoverable vertical ascension from rest.
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