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Thursday, December 17, 2009


Free Energy - But Not As Interesting As Pizza

A couple of days ago Steorn put a scientific impossibility on display in the Waterways Museum in Dublin which is into it's 3rd day of Live Web Streaming. The free energy device (ORBO) is at this moment powering itself, recharging a battery and emitting energy through heat also - a 3:1 ratio. Orbo has the possibility to change everything we know and to open our minds to the real possibilities of the universe.

So it's worth pointing out that while the biggest discovery of the millenium is taking place at the Waterways Visitor Centre, it's good to know that on behalf of the public the real heavyweights like NewScientist are adding some real insight.

Meanwhile BoingBoing.net have written an article on the Orbo demo.  Only thing I would say to these guys is get with the freakin program here! You do not spend millions of Euros, 6 years or research and development, 20 or so full time staff, then do a public demonstration of an "ordinary electric motor".  Boing boing is obviously a euphamism for the sound of their tiny brains bouncing about inside their vacuous craniums.

It really is amazing the amount of so called tech blogs and tech sites who slag off Orbo, without investigating or making any sort of effort to understand it, yet people still read it as gospel.

Feel free to all hang your heads in shame.


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9 comments:

thehard,  December 17, 2009 at 1:46 PM  

5 minutes ago, at 4:38 am in Spain, I saw some guy touching the Orbo on Live Stream Camera 1.

I just sat at the computer, clicked on it and saw him touching it and leaving.

If there's anybody recording the videos, please check it out.

Ryancolm December 17, 2009 at 4:22 PM  

Have a look at the live feed (cam 1). What is the red tube that I can see, sort of hanging down above the rotating drum? IT WASN'T THERE YESTERDAY.

Ryancolm December 17, 2009 at 7:49 PM  

As I speak (Italian time 10:45am) there is a guy who is plainly tampering with the Orbo. I just saw him stuffing the red wire (see my last post) back up into the top (it just pops out again). Then he used a screwdriver to fiddle with the battery for around 30 seconds. For all I know he might even have changed the battery, his shoulder was blocking the view.
Admittedly, through all this the Orbo never stopped turning, but WHY ARE THEY FIDDLING WITH IT? That just can't be good.

JJ,  December 18, 2009 at 4:02 AM  

"without investigating or making any sort of effort to understand it" , its funny to read your words, how the people can understand the technology if they dont show readings or meausurement of voltage and current consumption and the energy gain generated?

they dont explain how they brake the back electo magnetic field and hot it works the ZERO F, friction less rotor... i only see a standard bearing. The cost of the system they show is maybe close from 300 to 500Eur, this dont explain an investment of millions and 6 years of research, that is true.

And if the battery of the small system have 10.000mA , it can feed this motor for one day long, and they can replace the batterys when the museum close.

there is nothing explained!

John December 18, 2009 at 9:20 AM  

I thought the replication of the TPU device was much, much, more promising than ORBO.

Don't you agree?

RoBo,  December 18, 2009 at 9:45 AM  

A true over unity device would have no battery! and they would have meters displaying the true input output of the device.

I wish they could deliver on what they claim but I see nothing new here. Disappointing display in my opinion.

FE Truth December 18, 2009 at 11:07 AM  

OK, there are some good point here and just some downright crazy ones also.

On further validation evidence can I refer you to comment #23 on BoingBoing.net article yesterday.

Anonymous | #23 | 15:54 on Wed, Dec.16 | Reply
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"Saw it today in the docklands, spoke to one of the guys, said that in Jan they’re going to be hooking up all the equipment, oscilloscopes, amp meters etc"



Nuff said.

Eaten by a Grue December 19, 2009 at 2:05 AM  

OK, I guess let's see what happens in January.

But right now, the burden is not on the skeptics. The burden is on the company to prove their overunity claim. The device they are demonstrating does not prove up their claim, so there is not really all that much to talk about.

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