Most of us have played around with gyroscopes, but I think that I have taken it beyond just "playing". I have come to notice that when a gyroscope begins to lose RPM, the top starts wobbling and procedes to spin in wider and wider circles until it clunks to the surface that it is placed upon. Having knowledge that there exist such gyroscopes that have bearings so efficient that they can continue to spin for years (Electrostatic Gyroscopes), I have an interesting concept. What would happen if you got the gyroscope to the velocity where it wobbles, and harnessed the energy of the torque caused by the wobble? Would the generator stop the wobble by producing electricity, leaving the gyroscope askew and preventing any more production? Would the wobbling cause a decrease in RPM, making this more difficult? If it is possible to continually juice juice from a wobbling gyroscope, then with highly-efficient bearings, wouldn't it at the very least be perpetual motion?