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I am, along with two of my classmates, are planning to make a prototype of a scooter (as in slower, smaller version of a motorcycle) that is propelled by an infinitely turning magnet wheel. Not as a motor or something that converts the motion to electricity, but as an independently perpetual motion-machine that may lead to the movement of the wheels of the scooter. But we have no blueprint or any plan on how to make that happen. Other than this, we are completely clueless on how to make brakes for this type of thing, how to control the speed, and how will generally work as a whole. We're eighth grade students and are probably going to never have a proper research if this doesn't work.