The question is how to continue to elevate weight to produce motion that will give the end result torque? Motion will take place if wt is on one side, but lifting the wt on the same wheel balances and no rotation will occur. I believe if you have continued rotated wt on one side of a wheel it will continue to rotate and produce torque for work. I think if the wt is removed from the wheel at the bottom and rolled onto a balance scale and lifted by (stationary wt)at the other end of the scale this will elevate weight back to the top and released with multiple weights already in rotation on the wheel. To bring the balance scale down, leverage is needed. The leverage bar must rotate with the multiple weight wheel and bring the balance scale back down to catch the next weight in rotation. The leverage bar will release the balance scale once the weight is in place by way of a henge and a pin. The one wt will henge and cause the pin to be pulled and the leverage bar will rotate back to the top, the stationary wt elevates the rotation wt and the leverage bar will bring the balance scale down after the scale has released the wt on the wheel. I know this is very simple but is possible. Do the math. Work can be produced with continued rotation of wt. Thank you gravity. My name is Newton and I hope when you look at this you say, damn that is stupid. p.s It is possible, do the math.