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The History of the Seesaw

Creating the Seesaw
Summary of the Invention
Summary of the Invention


The Perpetual Motion Seesaw is kept in a state of constant imbalance by shifting weights close to and then far away from the fulcrum. This imbalance then causes the up and down motion of the seesaw, and this motion is then converted to circular motion for the purpose of generating electricity.


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By HaLeih Burnett
And Bree Barnard