The technical problem of interest can be solved by installing load guides on a turbine. A load can be disposed on a guide or thereinside, or can be suspended from a guide so that when the guide is inclined from the horizontal, the load moves easily from one end to the other. As a guide moves upwards, the load moves in the direction of a disk and torque is increased by a leverage equal to the radius of the disk; as the guide descends, the load moves to the end of the guide and the torque is increased by a length equal to the radius of the disk plus the distance from same. Magnets mounted at the ends of the guides help the loads to move more rapidly, repelling the loads as soon as the guides arrive in a position horizontal with the part where the load is situated. The turbine rotates as a result of a preponderance of weight on one side. The preponderance of weight on the side where the load is further from the centre is constantly maintained, and the turbine rotates independently of time.