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Nathan Coppedge
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Experiment shows it may be possible for an object to roll upwards from rest, disproving the 1st Law of Thermodynamics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6YYEsHB0mM #thermodynamics   #physicsvideos   #engineering   #perpetualmotion   #freeenergy   #overunity   #firstlawdefined  
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This is the most accurate method found as of Febr 09 2015. Thank you for watching.
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That is, the most accurate method for 16 categories using polar opposites either at quadra level, double-quadra level, or both.
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In other words, the method in the video is probably mostly wrong. The method used on single quadra did not carry over for multiple quadra. Instead, a kind of negation rule is necessary, making it complicated. So, instead of similars compared to similars as in the video, opposites are compared to opposites, since they are not from the same quadra. Make sense?
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New video seems to prove OBJECTS CAN ROLL UPWARDS FROM REST!: NOT KIDDING!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6YYEsHB0mM&list=UUA2qYT0KQV2pCsisNQfaCkQ&index=1 #PERPETUALMOTION   #FREEENERGY   #OVERUNITY   #PHYSICS   #ENGINEERING   #VIDEOS  
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The method for 64 categories may still be right in its current version, although I'm not 100% sure, since it also uses comparing similars, and fits into the odd category level again.
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More recently I have found reason to prefer my original Unity Method, in which quadrants with opposite positions in opposite sections are compared. Thus, it would follow the modular (linear from upper right to lower left) order: APBO, FKEL, CNDM, HIGJ. The cyclical order labeled within each subquadra counterclockwise, is: AKBL, CIDJ, EOFP, GMHN. These methods are probably preferable to the method mentioned in the video, according to my experience, although the method in the video may also have some slight viability. 
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More information about the missing 4 sub-deductions in 64-category deductions at my blog: http://www.hypercubics.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-authentic-method-of-64-category.html 
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"[C]learly a philosopher of this present age" --- Jamal Martin
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Philosopher, artist, inventor, and poet. (1982 - present).

*Author of over 40 books
*Claims to have provided experimental evidence for perpetual motion machines.
*Artist in the Hyper-Cubist movement.
*Inventor of the philosophical method of coherent categorical deduction, as distinguished from Aristotle's syllogisms, standard analogy, and Kant's imperatives.

He has been quoted in Book Forum and the Hartford Courant, and is a member of the International Honor Society for Philosophy. A comment at The Economist cites his possible influence upon economic policy in India. 

"Question: Who is credited with 'the theory of perpetual motion'?
Answer: Several scientist (sic) has been credited for their theories of perpetual motion, such as Isaac Newton, Nathan Coppedge, and Albert Einstein"


He lives in New Haven, CT.
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Philosophy of objective knowledge using a Cartesian coordinate system. One of the founders of the Hyper-Cubism art movement.. Claims to have provided experimental evidence of perpetual motion.
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  • Southern Connecticut State University
    Philosophy, present
  • Bard College
    Literature, 2001 - 2002
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Nate, middle name Larkin
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Author of great books, maker of fine art