Explanation and demonstration of Charles Joe Flynn Magnetic Motor. Perpetual motion is motion of bodies that continues indefinitely. This is impossible because of friction and other energy-dissipating processes. A perpetual motion machine is a hypothetical machine that can do work indefinitely without an energy source. This kind of machine is impossible, as it would violate the first or second law of thermodynamics. These laws of thermodynamics apply even at very grand scales. For example, the motions and rotations of celestial bodies such as planets may appear perpetual, but are actually subject to many processes that slowly dissipate their kinetic energy, such as solar wind, interstellar mediumresistance, gravitational radiation and thermal radiation, so they will not keep moving forever. Thus, machines which extract energy from finite sources will not operate indefinitely, because they are driven by the energy stored in the source, which will eventually be exhausted. A common example is devices powered by ocean currents, whose energy is ultimately derived from the Sun, which itself will eventually burn out. Machines powered by more obscure sources have been proposed, but are subject to the same inescapable laws, and will eventually wind down.
CR- MOTOR - the engine, which bases its operation on the magnetic repulsion and the increase of the magnetic field by concentration of the lines of force. It is composed of rotating discs, which can rotate in the same direction, or in the opposite direction (counter-revolution). The discs contain permanent magnets (neodymium) that follow the rotating magnetic field, generated by the stator. It has a variable number of coils according to the revolutions or power that you wish to obtain. The rotation control is carried out by means of a magnetic field detector (hall) with electronic position control.