BREAKING NEWS: Steorn Demo At Kinetica Museum

Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Today the invention will go on public display for the first time with a live working demonstration to be streamed on the internet from 6pm tonight.

Steorn Chief Executive Sean McCarthy has said the demonstration will involve a 'very simplified version' of the technology and it will be open to the public from Thursday 5 July to Friday 13 July at the Kinetica Museum at Spitalfields Market in London.

Sceptics can view the device lifting a weight from four different camera angles online.

Mr McCarthy said the company had decided against using the technology to illuminate a light-bulb as the use of wires would attract further suspicion from a scientific community that has already dismissed the device.

The company stumbled upon the technology while working with wind turbines to power remote surveillance CCTV cameras for ATM.

Steorn claims the so-called free energy would be able to power anything from mobile phones to cars, providing a potential solution to the global energy crisis.

Mr McCarthy revealed that if the technology is validated in scientific tests, the company plans to licence it over the internet to any company who wants it for 'a very small fee'.



Anonymous,  July 5, 2007 at 7:27 AM  

didn't happen

Anonymous,  July 5, 2007 at 10:14 AM  

It's been delayed. It's still happening.

Anonymous,  July 5, 2007 at 10:30 PM  

yeah -from their web site "We are experiencing some technical difficulties with the demo unit in London. Our initial assessment indicates that this is probably due to the intense heat from the camera lighting. We have commenced a technical assessment and will provide an update later today. As a consequence, Kinetica will not be open to the public today (5th July). We apologise for this delay and appreciate your patience."

Seems like the laws of physics are being a little troublesome today. :)

Anonymous,  July 6, 2007 at 3:07 AM  

Never seen the laws of thermo dynamics referred to as a "technical difficulty" before. It would be cool if this was real. but then again, so would transformers.

fixyourthinking July 6, 2007 at 10:57 PM  

They were using a Mac as the control/demo device - we all know that ONLY happens in the movies. Most scientists use PCs.

Did you actually see a close up of the device? It was a piece of plastic cut into a stargate like pattern. The "weight" that was going to be "lifted" weighed 2 grams.

I almost think this isn't a hoax, but IS most likely a wheel that spins constantly based on magnetics. Problem is ... this is not reproducible in smal form like they promise AND because magnetics are effected a lot by radiation, other magnets, and even earth rotation - they could NEVER EVER get it small enough to go in a small device like a cell phone NOR able to produce enough energy for a car as they claim.

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