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Free Energy: Magnetic Propulsion Generator

Using the magnetic poles of the earth, propulsion of magnetic objects is a natural phenomena. Windmills rely on wind, which is obviously not a stable source. Water-based generators, such as dams, rely on water levels - which is also not a consistent source of flow and speed.

Magnetic propulsion is a constant. Magnetic propulsion is able to produce movement within a compass, without electricity and at the same rate, 24 hours a day - 7 days a week. It never fails.

What if you were to place a gear inside of a compass? If your magnet were strong enough to turn the gear, you could produce movement. Just as a wind-up radio operates from the friction of gears, your compass could produce natural electricity with the movement against an opposite gear.

Storing this energy would involve attaching a generator to the bottom of the device. From gears to wires to the energy-storage/transfer unit, a constant electrical generation process would occur with a magnet that could consistently spin against the natural magnetic poles of the earth.

This would provide free energy to billions of people. The amount of energy would obviously be based on the size of the internal magnet - which governs the speed and force of the propulsion. The more resistance that you are able to produce against the natural magnetic pole force, the more propulsion that you will achieve to turn the gears within the "compass."

Obviously, I am not talking about using a compass as a generator. This is the model design of propulsion - a magnetic field resistance. If you were to place a positive magnet against another positive magnet, it would move away. This is the idea. Continuous movement of the magnets can be achieved with the natural magnetic field of the earth.

One compass magnet, pointed any direction, on a base. The base is similar to a top. (Remember the "spinning tops" back in the day? Yeah, one of those.) The magnet and compass are within a pole attached to the base; which spins around in circles. The base simply spins and provides gears for the electrical generation.

The magnet that is manually started with a simple turn will continue to turn if the magnet is strong enough. The magnetic force against the magnetic field of the earth will continue propulsion. If your magnet is stronger than gravity (equationally speaking), you have a constantly-spinning "top."

Catching this energy with gears is all that is required to create a generator from magnetic forces.

Another method of producing this same effect, with only the use of magnets, would involve a 2-level alternating spin. With 2 levels of magnets on a base, with each spinner at a 45 degree angle, the positive magnets should alternate with the negative magnets. This would also produce a constant spin, and therefore - electricity (when you add gears to catch it).

Magnetic energy is free, is always replenished (and plentiful / infinite in supply), and does not harm the environment. I can't produce this invention, so I hope that someone who can makes good use of this idea. I don't have enough money to build this stuff.

Hemp fuel and magnetic energy could power, employ, and feed the entire world. Oil is big business because corporations have made it that way. Oil should never be used for energy, and neither should any type of nuclear technology ever be deployed.