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Self-Lifting Lever Experiment

This video serves as a stipulation. Some physicists have said that they do not believe in levers which lift their own fu...

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Intriguing Mechanical Properties

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Perpetual Motion of the 1st Kind

Counterweighted Swivel Lever Demonstration An edition of the equations designed for 3:1 levers. Depicted is >2:1. Equati...

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Exceptional Swivel Contraption

Theoretical perpetual motion has rarely been so close. The author is not seeking investments, but encourages more resear...

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Spooky Signs of Bivalence in Basic Mechanics

In this experiment a marble is directed to shoot one direction by counterweight, then return is shown with slight downwa...

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Equal Altitude Loss in Certain Mechanicals?

Although not a complete perpetual motion machine, this contraption gives indication of natural two-directional motion wi...

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Evidence Against the Classical Model

This simple apparatus may be the first evidence that it is possible to break the First Law of Thermodynamics. To which I...

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PROVEN TORQUE W/ NATURAL TORQUE DEVICE

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Preliminary Insight on A Simple Energy Device

by Nathan Coppedge, Jer Ram
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The Discovery of Something Similar to Perpetual Motion

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Fundamentals of Physics, I: Newton's Laws (cont.) and Inclined Planes (Lecture 4 of 24)

PHYS 200: Fundamentals of Physics, ILecture 4 - Newton's Laws (cont.) and Inclined PlanesOverview:The lecture begins wit...

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Fundamentals of Physics, I: Newton's Laws of Motion (Lecture 3 of 24)

PHYS 200: Fundamentals of Physics, ILecture 3 - Newton's Laws of MotionOverview:This lecture introduces Newton's Laws of...

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Fundamentals of Physics, I: Vectors in Multiple Dimensions (Lecture 2 of 24)

PHYS 200: Fundamentals of Physics, ILecture 2 - Vectors in Multiple DimensionsOverview:In this lecture, Professor Shanka...

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Fundamentals of Physics, I: Course Introduction and Newtonian Mechanics (Lecture 1 of 24)

PHYS 200: Fundamentals of Physics, ILecture 1 - Course Introduction and Newtonian MechanicsOverview:Professor Shankar in...

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Foundations of Modern Physics - Statistical Mechanics X (57 of 57)

Lecture Description June 1, 2009 - Leonard Susskind presents the final lecture of Statistical Mechanics 10. In this lect...

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Foundations of Modern Physics - Statistical Mechanics IX (56 of 57)

Lecture Description May 25, 2009 - Leonard Susskind picks up on magnets, phase transitions, and mean field transitions....

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Foundations of Modern Physics - Statistical Mechanics VII (54 of 57)

Lecture Description May 11, 2009 - Leonard Susskind lectures on harmonic oscillators, quantum states, boxes of radiation...

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Foundations of Modern Physics - Statistical Mechanics VIII (55 of 57)

Lecture Description May 19, 2009 - Leonard Susskind lectures on a new class of systems, magnetic systems. He goes on to...

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Foundations of Modern Physics - Statistical Mechanics VI (53 of 57)

Lecture Description May 4, 2009 - Leonard Susskind explains the second law of thermodynamics, illustrates chaos, and dis...

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Foundations of Modern Physics - Statistical Mechanics III (50 of 57)

Lecture Description April 13, 2009 - Leonard Susskind reviews the Lagrange multiplier, explains Boltzmann distribution a...

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Fundamentals of Physics, II : 4. Gauss's Law and Application to Conductors and Insulators (Lecture 4 of 25)

PHYS 201: Fundamentals of Physics, IILecture 4 - Gauss's Law and Application to Conductors and InsulatorsOverview:Lectur...

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The Master Angle: An Elementary Discovery

I am writing as someone with special interest in the area of elementary physics. Recently, on July 3rd, 2014, I made a d...

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Self-Lifting Lever Experiment

This video serves as a stipulation. Some physicists have said that they do not believe in levers which lift their own fu...

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Unique Lever Properties

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PROVEN TORQUE W/ NATURAL TORQUE DEVICE

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Intriguing Mechanical Properties

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Preliminary Insight on A Simple Energy Device

by Nathan Coppedge, Jer Ram
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Escher Delta Curiosity

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The Discovery of Something Similar to Perpetual Motion

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Perpetual Motion of the 1st Kind

Counterweighted Swivel Lever Demonstration An edition of the equations designed for 3:1 levers. Depicted is >2:1. Equati...

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