Tuesday, July 3, 2007
How many times have we all been fleeced by the oil companies?
How many years have they been justifying the extortionately high price of oil while lining their fat-cat executives pockets with riches and share bonuses.
How many times have you stood at the gas station filling up your car, before reluctantly handing over a bundle of notes? How many times have you seen stories about how oil company profits are in the billions?
I think I speak for most people when I say that we’re utterly fed up with paying through the nose for petroleum and diesel. To be honest, they’ve had a reasonably long run at it now, decades in fact, but enough is enough and the blatant profiteering has only made consumers like you and I more determined to find a way out from our reliance on the black stuff. I won’t even go into the subject of oil conflict or environmental problems – that is for another post / book / novel entirely.
Oil companies will still be able to make money, just not nearly as much but at least we won’t be burning the damn stuff. We’ll still need it for plastics, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and a myriad of other products, so expect oil drilling and exploration to continue as normal. We just won’t need such vast quantities of the stuff and it should last decades longer now.
Should Orbo technology take hold in the way I expect it to, it will be adopted very rapidly by the car makers and ultimately over time, make the high maintenance, polluting, internal combustion engine seem like an inferior second best.
Immediately Toyota and Honda spring to mind, as they have always been leaders in new innovation, especially in recent years with the birth of hybrid cars. Orbo technology can generate mechanical energy. This mechanical energy can be connected to existing generator technology to provide electrical output.
Effectively we can run electric cars which don’t have batteries and also NEVER need to be charged. Tesla Motors already produce some of the sleekest, fastest and most amazing electric cars you’ve ever seen. For example, the Tesla Roadster has better acceleration than the Lamborghini Murcielago while doing a seat pinning 0-60 in 4 seconds.
At the moment Tesla Motors vehicles still need charging, and that has always been the problem with electric cars, not to mention that the performance of batteries has stayed almost flatline since they were invented.
The scenario I have painted above is just one of the many benefits of Steorn’s new free energy technology Orbo.
At the end of this, there is no question – we do have a better world and our love of the motor car will not be affected. 0-60 in 4 seconds remember!