Looks like you are looking towards the perpetual motion machine. Well it ai n't happening.
I do have it on good resources though that something similar is extant, and has been tested. It is a motor/generator combo that actually supposedly ha s greater than unity efficiency. Seemingly, but it is not.
Through a complex scheme of magnetic shielding, bucking and aiding, someone figured out how to utilize the strength of super magnets. The unit runs fo r about seven years and you can drain power off if it. After the seven year s it is almost useless. Rebuilding it would be a nightmare.
And then there is the cost, it is over a million dollars for a unit that ca n power your house for seven years. Now take your electric bill and figure out what you pay in seven years and it is nowhere near a million dollars.
The thing is not magic nor is it perpetual motion, it is draining off the s upermagnets. Just like a dry cell which does not have to be charged and run s of the chemical energy, these units run off the energy stored in permanen t magnets.
Contrary to popular belief, permanent magnets are not necessarily permanent . They lose power when stressed. Well that device stresses them. A permanen t magnet on a speaker is stressed, but alot less and has no problem lasting fifty years. Not so with this gizmo.
But it is impractical and destined to remain that way. The process of makin g one is not easy. That is why they cost so much. And if anyone found a che aper way they would be bought out forthwith. But from what I understand abo ut how they work, it can only get so cheap.
Would you pay a million dollars for seven years of electricity ? A factory would but the unit that would handle that load would cost a bunch more. We are back where we started.
The people who developed did it right here in Cleveland, OH. I know two peo ple who worked on the project. I'm told they had good reason not to patent it, because someone might come up with enough variations to usurp their rig hts after the design was made public, which is of course necessary for a pa tent.
From what I heard a bunch of rich people bought them for the holocaust and that was it. Probably never started them, because once you do, the clock st arts ticking. But if the whole civil structure breaks down they might come in handy. I mean, if you can't get electricity, natural gas, diesel or gaso line to run your generators, how do you keep the deepfreeze running ? As a billionaire I would want a few, but I am not a billionaire.