Monday, October 26, 2009
Steorn will begin the launch of their free energy technology Orbo in 65 days or less.
Steorn have in the past few weeks again and again re-confirmed that they are on course to begin the commercial release of their Orbo technology before 2009 is out. The exact date of launch and when the campaign starts still remains a mystery however. It could start at any time.
The first implementation of Orbo that will be provided for product developers / corporations and any other interested parties (members of the public) will be an Electromagnetic version which provides excess free energy during operation. Scientific and media
debunkers commentators have continued to pour scorn on the idea with their relentless repetition of "the laws of physics say blah blah blah." mantra of which intelligent and free thinking members of the public are now becoming tired of.
When Steorn open their SKDB for launch there will be 3 licensing options available to interested parties.
Non-Commercial License - This licensing grants the user access to the SKDB for a full year and enables the holder to construct and implement Orbo powered devices for home / non-commercial use. This will be the license to choose if you are a: DIY builder / Garage Tinkerer / Member Of The Public / Researcher.
Commercial License - This license grants more privileges and is typically for businesses and companies who wish to implement Orbo into their products and sell those products commercially to the general public.
Steorn Enterprise - This license is specifically reserved for commercialisation of automotive, transportation, aerospace and mobile consumer electronics applications. So basically if you're Honda and you want to implement Orbo engines for your vehicles then this is the licensing for you.
For a more detailed list of the licensing options click here.
Steorn CEO Sean McCarthy also recently confirmed that there will be a public demo which will be broadcast as a live web-feed accessible from the main Steorn site.
"The demonstration will involve a public display of various Orbo systems, there will be a live video-stream from the location that people can watch via our website."
He went on: "I would say that launch is not far away, that access to Orbo will be low cost and readily available. And finally I would say never let anyone do your thinking for you – get involved!"
In 2007 a scheduled demo by Steorn was aborted after the prototype device developed problems with the bearings. These problems have now been overcome according to Steorn:
"One of the key problems that we have always faced in implementing Orbo are bearings. The reason is that a typical Orbo interaction involves very strong radial forces that change direction in very small angular displacements. Hence an Orbo system built using traditional bearings is like driving you car at high speed over speed bumps – you can do it, but after a small distance you car will simply break down. The key technical advance that we have made with respect to implementation is a move away from the use of traditional bearing technologies to the use of our own passive magnetic bearing technology, ZeroF." - Sean McCarthy
Interview Quotes: Thanks to FreeEnergyTimes