What would happen to the magnetic field if one furnishes PMH with three coils: two on the prongs as regularly and third one on *permanent magnet bar* (PMB or "keeper") sitting on top of the PMH. Then 100v/s DC pulse is given to the PMB-coil (coil on the "keeper") which causes hysteresis and the pulse will demagnetise the PMB. I reckon that depending on the strength and duration of the pulse also remagnetises the magnet in the opposite direction (retentivity and coercivity in hysteresis loop)
Subsequenly a 50v/s DC pulse is then given to the regular PMH-coil(s). According to the law of superposition, two waves simultaneously superimpose in a very simple way: one adds their amplitudes. Wouldn't the the magnetic field "beat" or "ring" at 50v/s (Hz) oscillation? As PMH runs perpetually, one could then take advantage of the parasitic capacitances and inductances harvesting the "surplus" energy (constructive interference) directly from the conductor (resonant inductive coupling). If too much is harvested, the PMH cannot sustain the perpetual motion due to attenuation and lose its hysteresis. Otherwise it should stay in perpetual motion, yes?
TL;DR? Is it possible to turn PMH to perpetual amplitude based resonant transformer? Has anyone tried if this is viable? If it is and nobody has tried could someone do and post the result as link to youtube video without any goddamn speech or 10 minute verbal explanation... I'm just speculating here, but the context is given here: http://magneticuniverse.com/discussion/350/a-book-in-every-home-and-pmh
and this post should make some sense...