In 2013 and 2014 Nathan Coppedge believes he found evidence for perpetual motion. In this single, combined volume, Nathan's designs are completely available, along with a somewhat detailed autobiography. Readers will be pleased to find the majority of Nathan's work on perpetual motion contained within this volume, and may find some of the details of Nathan's early life and adolescence enlightening. This text makes an excellent holiday gift for those who are on the verge of splurging on more than one of Nathan's many published titles. Some adult content is present in the autobiography.
Nathan Coppedge is a philosopher, artist, inventor, and poet in some capacity. He is the author of over forty books, and has contributed to the Hyper-Cubist art movement, which he calls the second iteration of Cubism. 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. He cites his greatest accomplishment as the evidence he has provided for perpetual motion, but he also has devised methods of philosophy which he hopes will influence future thinkers. He lives alone in New Haven, CT.