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.