Shielding magnetic fields for the creation of real physical perpetual motion apparatus.
To all whom it may concern be it known that I, Gaby de Wilde, artist, subject of the Dutch Queen, of Dutch nationality, a citizen of the independent monarchy of the Netherlands governed by members of the House of Orange Nassau, residence of Enkhuizen, in the Province of North-Holland the Kingdom of the Netherlands, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in the art of shielding magnetic flux fields by simultaneously bending those into a carrier material under opposed angles I hereby declare ofwhich the following specification to be a full, clear and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
BENDING THE FIELD
With the exception of mu metal there is no known magnetic shielding material. But when a large ferromagnetic object is placed over a magnet the field bends into this target. Now the field nolonger influences that what is beyond the chunk of metal. If enough material is supplied the flux field will take it's place inside like a jin in a bottle. The requirements in shape of this metal is most forgiving, as long as it has mass it can take and divert the flux.
LOSS FROM MOVING SHIELD
Moving such object into the shielding position generates work, moving it away takes work. As there are now more magnets near the shield one would also expect to do more work to unshield as one would gain by moving the shielding in place.
But as our now isolated magnets may induct fields of opposing direction the success of this induction may be close to zero as described in my other paper. The repelling fields now try to repel another from inside the shield, this is obviously not going to work.
Inserting a thin sheet of metal onto such domainwall between 2 repelling magnets neither attracts nor repels the sheet much, nevertheless both magnets may induct enough of their field to be attracted to their half of our metal sheet.
The shield may be moved out of place just as easy it moved there. The 2 thin layers of induction barely have any grip at all.
By using the same shield in 2 places the flux in the shield may remain relatively stable. This is quite interesting as imaginary work needed to pull away the shield is now rewarded with an extra double magnetized shield on it's next cycle. The next 2 magnets shielded by it shall be even more intensely attracted to it as they don't have to induct their own field into it before they can start moving towards it.
There really is no loss at all as the speed the magnets build up while moving towards the shield may bounce and preserve after the shield is removed. The attractive properties of the shielding it self should gain more as enough to also propel it out of the field again. What else happens is of little meaning to this interaction thus the repulsion comes for free. *reader waves hands in the air*
Thus therefor and so on to those skilled in the art unlimited rotary configurations are possible as a result thereof if not taken as a correction of the magnetomecanical rotary art as a whole.
I don't know how well Airogel can shield magnetic flux, it does isolate a lot of things better as anything.
 http://www.unitednuclear.com/aerogel.htmFLUX SHIELDING - magnetmotor