A perpetual motion machine is a machine that, once it’s started, won’t stop and doesn’t need any additional energy to keep going. That means the machine could be used as a source of unlimited free energy. Which is great, so why don’t we just make one? Well, it isn’t because of some conspiracy theory by the energy sector. The reason none have ever been built is because they’re actually impossible to build since perpetual motion breaks the first two laws of thermodynamics. The first law is that energy is constant; it cannot be created or destroyed. The second is that entropy will either increase or remain the same. Essentially, you can never get a greater output of energy than inputted and energy will always decrease over time.
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.