they loose the magnetic power with friction or shock
its actually pretty easy to stop a magnet from working
take a freezer magnet from the kitchen and throw it on the ground as hard as you can
you will notice that the power reduced drastically
With a precise alignment of magnets, it is possible to create a field that can make a motor for instance much more efficient, however it is not possible to "create" energy as the negatives outweigh the positives.
No. The pieces of gravity inside of the magnet will eventually spill out and then they won't be magnets anymore. Read a book sometime.
No they don't. This is false thinking. But they're still not sources of energy, they simply generate a magnetic field around themselves in which ferromagnetic things have potential energy. They release energy when moving closer to the magnet and need it to move away. And like with gravity and electric fields, any path which starts and ends in the same location relative to the magnet has a net energy output/sink equal to zero.
the electron spin configurations reorient so that they are not all uniform, so the magnetic field produced by each charge is nullified by neighboring charges that have an opposite spin
>"Potential energy" = force * distance
Force time distance gives Work done by displacement along the direction of force.
This work equals the change in potential energy of the object, if the force is due to a conservative field.
"Potential energy" is NOT force*distance
That's actually not friction anon. The air resistance is due due to the viscosity of air, which is a fluid. It's a different process than friction, which is generally between solids, and is due to weak electrostatic force.
Remove all friction from that system and it'll keep going on forever. It will not generate energy though. Add even the slightest bit of friction and it'll stop, meaning that only the energy you put into the system was used while zero was generated.
The ball will just stop eventually. Energy in the form of electricity is nothing more than a combination of the electric field and magnetic field. Both interact with one another in different ways to deliver you what people refer to as "electricity". The moment you generate a current, it's the moment you have "friction". You can take it to even more extreme extents and say "I'll just use a super conductor", but even that is bound to generate "friction". To put it in even simpler terms, if you've ever measured a battery under no load, you'll see the results are completely different than in actual load. THAT is the effect of a low "friction" system vs a high "friction" one.