So I once saw a intersting video made by some guys for a school project , now I finalle decided to have a share with you and ask some question. Such videos are also put up by the free energy guys but let's not focus on that for now shall we. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo2-Qb3fUYs So basically as you can see it's two lines of magnets in a what appears to be a 45 degrees angle and same poles from both sides facing inwards towards the track.The middle magnet is being put in and is constantly pushed forward because the same poles repel. Also you can see that they use a metal in the middle on which the sliding magnet moves because without it the middle sliding magnet stops at the end where the last side magnets are located , but with the middle metal extended and going further than the side magnets the sliding magnet is able to escape from being stuck at the end due to the ineartia it gained while being accelerated towards the end, also the metal on which the magnet slides probably extends the magnetic field little further outside the main lines were the side amgnets are located. So this got me wondering, well if you would make a circle of such magnets and put a track below the middle sliding magnet the magnet would eventually stop after passing a while or not move at all since the magnetic field lines would close end to end , but what would happen if we would put such magnet strips one after another but with a little distance between each one and the metal on which te sliding magnet slides also had to be isolated from the next one , I wonder would the sliding magnet keep sliding into each next one , because if it can exit one of these rails then from the ineartia it has it could enter the next one and so on, basically a linear motor of sorts. Well watch the video and tell me what you think?