Sunday, November 29, 2015

WORKING PROCESS / Basic Steps to Developing a Mathematical Model of Perpetual Motion Machines

In the following, I adopt the idea that the math step is just as long as the design step, and often occurs after-the-fact:

1. Undifferentiated masses.

2. Proportionality (in structure and mass)

3. Differential capacity (motion from rest)

4. 'Zero difference' potential

(equivalent altitudes with motion,
or equivalent sub-cycles with outputted
energy in each sub-cycle).

5. Undifferentiated equations (null standard).

6. Over-unity equation.

7. Generalized equations of over-unity (similar).

8. Law of Exceptions (analogous to computing).

My main website on perpetual motion machines may be found at:

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