Saturday, July 9, 2011

3D Photos of God's Perpetual Motion See Saw

Slide 1...note the weight balls are towards the extreme end of the platform...towards the left...causing an imbalance on the  seesaw and beginning a movement of the seesaw

Slide 2... The seesaw is starting to move...the left side...on the beginning to come down because of the weight being at the extreme left

Slide 3 ...shows the continued progress...note the v-shaped guide rails at either end of the seesaw causing the weight-shifter platform open and close which makes the weights move from one end to the other 

Slide 4...continued progress...the imbalance of the weights on the seesaw is seeking to correct itself...

Slide 5...the weights are causing the left end to come all the way down

Slide 6...the see saw is almost all the way down...note how the guide rails are causing the weight-shifter platform to change as the seesaw moves

Slide 7...almost there...meanwhile the rods, upon which the weights roll are creating pressure on the weights to begin shifting to the other end...and as soon as the latch releases them...the weights will begin to roll

Slide 8...the seesaw has completed the balancing correction...but the weights have been released and are now beginning to roll along the rods to the wider it is the tendency for weights to do so

Slide 9...and now the weights are moving towards the other end of the see saw as they seek to roll into the wider channel that was created by the v-shaped guide rail's shifting of the rods 

Slide 10...the weights are now just about at the other end...causing pressure on the seesaw, which is now beginning to feel the urge to correct the newly created imbalance being caused by the shifting of the weights

Slide 11...the cycle is now complete...the weights are now fully extended towards the right...the seesaw will now begin the motions needed to correct the imbalance

Slide the right end of the seesaw is beginning to come down ...the v-shaped guide rail is guiding the shifter rods to again start modifying the channel upon which the weight balls rest

Slide 13...the weights of the seesaw are causing the imbalance and the seesaw is now seeking to correct the imbalance by moving downward at the right end...the left end is rising...

Slide 14...the movement continues...the shifter-rods are getting narrower where the weight balls are resting and the channel is opening up to cause them to move as soon as the latch releases them...which will occur as soon as the seesaw has completely corrected the current imbalance

Slide 15...the seesaw continues to move...the tension on the weights to shift is starting to build up...the weights now want to follow the channel along towards the wider end...

Slide 16...the seesaw is almost completely resolved the imbalance...and soon, the latch will release the weights...which will cause the weights to roll once again towards the other end...and thus, creating a new cycle of imbalance for the seesaw to correct

Slide 17...the seesaw is all the way down on the right...the latch will now release the weight balls which will now proceed to move towards the left  as they seek the wider channel beneath them...and this will bring the entire movement of the see saw back to Slide start the cycle all over again

thank you...oh kindest people