To the best of our knowledge (and the scientific community in general), there is no such thing as free energy. At the very least, the production of permanent magnets requires energy. Also, the operation of the radial field director requires energy.
David Cohen-Tanui, vice president of the MIT Energy Club and a John S. Hessessy Fellow in MIT’s Materials Science and Engineering Department said, “Magnetism is extremely useful for converting energy from one form to another. About 99% of the power generated from fossil fuels, nuclear and hydroelectric energy, and wind comes from systems that use magnetism in the conversion process.”
This is the crux of what we are exploring with the Motoflux principle.