0KitemanBest Answer 8 years ago 1. Plenty of space to hide a pump in there (plus, the bubble-flow at the start is a dead give-away of a pump priming.2. That's not perpetual, and the "uphill" is an illusion (watch the rolling cone, not the slope).3. It does not have "more weight to the left" - it is a circle, and has equal weight all around it's centre of rotation. If it worked as advertised, it would be self-starting. Why do they only show it running for a few seconds? Because it's slowing down.4. Note instant acceleration to a fixed speed - there's a motor in there.5. Note edge of wheel hidden in unusually-thick base. There's a motor driving it via a roller. As for 3, if it worked, it would be self-starting.6. As for 3, if it worked, it would be self-starting. Note jerking motion resisting impact of falling weight - it's motor-driven again.For all those claims of perpetual motion, I call FOUL!