Thursday, December 18, 2008
- This is the start of Orbo's commercialization process with a launch in 2009
- More highly credible independent validations agreeing with Steorn's findings will be published
- 300 engineers/companies to be involved in replicating the technology for themselves
- Specific designs / configurations / blueprints will be available to be built by engineers
- Steorn talks to take place in many tens of universities around the world over 6-9 month period
- Working designs have been built by Steorn
- Jurors now number 21 from the original 22
The public talk was hosted in room 134 of Dublin Institute of Technology and was attended by 30 or so people. Steorn CEO ( Sean McCarthy ) spoke to a very receptive audience about free energy topics, CoE (Conservation Of Energy) and more importantly discussed aspects of the upcoming Orbo technology.
Sean started by discussing the history of Steorn including how they were aksed by Microsoft to develop a CD/DVD anti-counterfeiting technology which they then went on to successfully do.
The Orbo technology fell out of this project when they discovered anomalies with the magnets in the micro-wind turbines used to power the remote cameras. They got "really strange readings" and delved deeper to try and explain things rationally.
Sean revealed how it has been a very difficult journey for the company. Firstly they themselves weren't convinced that the effect was real and then they had to realise what they had and come to terms with it.
"In February we will be asking 300 engineers / engineering organisations to start replicating this stuff" - He then went on to say "this is the start of our commercialization process".
As part of the rollout process of Orbo free energy technology he said: "We're going to be putting into the public domain more forms of validation that's been done of the technology over the years. So this is not just us going it's true you must believe me, this is other very very credible sources who've gone and tested it". Those people came to the same conclusions.
Photographs of the DIT event will follow in a later posting when we recieve them.