Joseph Newman started out with a gyroscopical particle theory. Surprisingly he came to the same conclusion as I did by experimenting with permanent magnets. I hate to say my version is more straight forward. But Newman's version probably explains things better for the physicist. My magnetmotor theory is not based on gyroscopic particles rather on 90 degree magnetic interaction. By no means in the world can anyone avoid the truth of this concept.
In a1 the magnets attract another,
in a2 the magnets repel another.
In a3 the magnets both repel and attract resulting in a rotational pull.
The pull and the push are about the same size. Therefor the magnet at the left is almost infinitely more influenced by this interaction as the one at the right.
In static situation a3 the curl of E(right) is zero. When the net force on an object is zero (i.e., no force acting on it) it remains in its state of uniform motion or rest.