Reminds me of the "buttered cat array" solution for perpetual energy.
See, a buttered piece of toast is always supposed to land butter side up.
A cat is always supposed to land on its feet.
So, butter a cat with generous portions of butter on its paws.
Drop from a standard, 10 foot ladder.
Just prior to landing on it's feet, the buttered toast principle will compel the cat to flip to its back. When it does, the cat-foot principle will compel the cat to complete the rotation so it's feet hit the ground first.
The two competing forces will cancel themselves out and will leave Fluffy suspended 10.2 inches from the groud, spinning in a continous tumble.
Simply hook up a belt and a generator to Mr. Pickles and generate enough power to cook a 17 lbs turkey and potatoes (8-10 of medium size).
Drop ten cats in such a manner and you can power an average house during peak hours of electricity usage.
You can thank me later.