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    Perpetual motion is considered so impossible the United States patent office will not even look at an invention claiming to be never-ending. Technically it is true no machine will last forever. Something will wear out, or rust, or break which will require a repair, or the replacement of the machine. So the question then becomes, could a person ever invent a machine that puts out more energy than it takes to run, a 100% plus generator? The patent office thinks not, but what do they know? At the turn of the twentieth century the patent office wanted to close up shop. They had concluded all the important inventions had already been created. Like most government agencies they were so short-sighted one could call them legally blind.


One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore.
       The concept of continual movement without stoppage is often demonstrated by the earth, and the universe itself. We take it for granted. The sun rises in the east, sets in the west, every day, year after year. Rivers flow and ocean waves endlessly crash against the earth’s coastlines. It is clear our planet, the galaxy and universe appears to be perpetual in its motion. Yet someday, eons from now, the finite of earth’s movement will collide with the perceived infinite of our reality, and then the planet will cease its mobility. However, this does not mean that the appearance of perpetual motion on every corner in the cosmos will halt. Other planets will go on as ours ends.  

       The idea of creating machines that emulate perpetual motion is ridiculed by science. Why does this community of intellectuals display the same self-imposing blindness as does the patent office? First, they are hung up on the absoluteness of the concept that a perpetual motion machine never stop, or break. And second, that the device gets its power from nothing. Both concepts are indeed impossible. However, these restrictions are a smoke screen. They do not represent the true test for what is a renewable, or 100% plus energy machine. In essence it is like comparing apples with oranges.  
Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimension.
Oliver Wendell Holmes

Anything one person can imagine, other people can make real.
Jules Verne

     The Axletree Dynamo is a brain teaser. The majority of people can easily see the logic behind the Axletree Dynamo. It is my belief the Axletree Dynamo could run until its parts wear out. It is my wish you will use my idea to create your own better perpetual motion designs.

    Today all of the machines that emulate perpetual motion actually work by either redirecting or capturing a force of nature. Running rivers, wind and sunlight are just a few earthly powers individuals have used to bring to life electrical energy that flows continuously. The Axletree Dynamo uses a combination of magnetism and gravity to create motion. It is a simple machine which has a shaft holding four pistons. It rotates when the weight of the pistons becomes more concentrated on one side than it is on the other. This concentrations of weight is created by magnets of like polarities pushing the pistons into their controlled positions.


     Each piston has magnets on each of their two ends. The magnetic energy is pointed outward from the tip of the piston. As the shaft rotates each piston comes into contact with a magnet shaped like a half circle. The inner face of this magnet, called the magnetic bed, has the same polarity as the magnet on the end of each piston. While the shaft rotates the piston rods will move against the force of gravity to escape the like polarity of the magnetic bed. In the diagrams, on the next page, I will explain Axletree Dynamo's concept and power ratio over gravity.
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By asking for the impossible we attain the best possible.
Armenian Proverb

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