Hello, I'm new and know relatively nothing about physics I have been quite fond of AutoCAD and designed something a while back, and I've asked countless different people if it would work, none of them can actually tell me. So I thought I'd come along here and ask you intelligent folk - the images are attached, I hope you can see them clearly. I'm not quite sure I'll explain this accurately, but I'll give it a bash: The black parts in the drawing represent rare earth magnet (as I'm told these are permanent magnets) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rare-earth_magnet which can be cut up to 1mmx1mm. These magnets are angled in such a way that the bottom magnet sends out the the same polarity to the ones on the turbine. With these forces acting on eachother, at these angles, I hope to produce spin. This device is approx. 20mmx20mm. What happens is, the turbine rotates around the axis of the tube. On the plane where it rotates I intend to place a magnetic ring connected to the turbine, on the plane of the tube I intend to wrap copper wire, then thread it up the tube and down the tube. Once this is achieved I would encapsulate it and stick it on a motherboard-like platform, possibly attaching as many as 50 of these devices to each board. I'm not sure on the electronics of it, but I then intend to connect each device via a bus and output it through a central bus. I envision to have maybe 20 or 30 of these boards sitting inside a cabnet sending out electricity. Will it work?