Steorn: The Confirmation

Thursday, December 3, 2009


We bring gifts. Gold Frankinsense and Neodymium.

Recently one of my fellow Steorn OS colleagues wrote the following in his blog:

"Well, things are hetting up in Steorn. Something sure is going on in the Dublin HQ: we in the inner forum or OS have, as have the '300' other NDA engineers, been told some details of the release event(s) planned for the next few months. Contrary to what one bible-thumping member of the 300 has written in his blog."

"Yes, this technology is only a few weeks away from exploding on the world stage. Already hundreds of forum members know how to build this device. So the knowledge is widespread".

"I don't think it's outside my NDA to say that this distributed knowledge will play a role in the roll-out of the technology. In 2010 the replications will start to sprout up all over the place, and the slow work of convincing the sceptics will begin."


Well, in this post I just wanted to confirm that what he is saying is true. 

Steorn have given us details of the upcoming worldwide release and events around Orbo's imminent launch. We are less than 4 weeks away from this as we speak, so it will be a December launch for free energy. Hundreds of individuals already know the techniques employed in order to gain energy from an Orbo magnetic interaction and the knowledge is indeed widespread already.

On a separate note, I too wish other blogs would not confuse religion with Orbo.  It is a revolutionary technology, there is no doubt about that, but it has precisely zero to do with god, Jesus, or even Robbie Coltrane in a nun outfit. Let's keep the perpetual emotion of religion and technology apart. (That's enough god stuff. Ed)

Now where did I leave my habit?


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23 comments:

Anonymous,  December 3, 2009 at 1:32 PM  

How do you know, "Hundreds of individuals already know the techniques employed in order to gain energy from an Orbo magnetic interaction"? Are these people aware that they know this?

spilafis December 3, 2009 at 1:40 PM  

LOL
Good one
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Anonymous,  December 3, 2009 at 4:20 PM  

Steorn has the power!

FE Truth December 3, 2009 at 4:41 PM  

Anonymous - you asked: "How do you know, "Hundreds of individuals already know the techniques employed in order to gain energy from an Orbo magnetic interaction"? Are these people aware that they know this?"


Because I am one of those individuals, and yes, they are very much aware of the techniques involved.

Anonymous,  December 3, 2009 at 6:08 PM  

LOL, do you really think that these 100 people would keep their mouth shut for weeks until the official launch?

If I knew the technique I'd build a prototype immediately and show it to the world. Forget about the NDA if it's about free energy :)

Anonymous,  December 4, 2009 at 12:43 AM  

Hi, thanks for the direct answer. You wrote, "Because I am one of those individuals, and yes, they are very much aware of the techniques involved." Your reply to my Q strongly suggests that you now know how the Orbo operates. That's a huge statement. We don't require details, but can't you at least give us something? A hint or something.

Anonymous,  December 4, 2009 at 12:47 AM  

Ah ha! Maybe this will be revealing. Be honest here, lets say at Las Vega a casino was offering bets on Steorn. If you had say 100 million dollars, how much of that would you bet that Steorn had an over unity or COP>1 device? Be honest!

Rigel December 4, 2009 at 1:50 AM  

FE Truth,

This is interesting. So you are saying that multiple people "know the techniques employed [in Orbo]". Has anybody been able to reproduce the effect? By that I mean measuring more output energy than input in such way that there's no room for measurement errors. (A PMM running for weeks would fit that description nicely)

Thanks for answering our questions :)

FE Truth December 4, 2009 at 7:59 AM  

@Anonymous - you wrote "Your reply to my Q strongly suggests that you now know how the Orbo operates. That's a huge statement. We don't require details, but can't you at least give us something? A hint or something."

Well, the information on how the technology works is the nucleus of the NDA and I don't intend to violate that. However, the Steorn website gives quite an excellent summary, or if you're intrigued enough you could apply for a build license at launch.

From the site:

"The time variant nature of Orbo interactions can be engineered using two basic techniques. The first technique utilizes a method of controlling the response time of magnetic materials to make them time variant. This is achieved by controlling the MH position of materials during permanent magnetic interactions.

The second technique decouples the Counter Electromotive Force (CEMF) from torque for electromagnet interactions. This decoupling of CEMF allows time variant magnetic interactions in electromagnetic systems."

FE Truth December 4, 2009 at 10:14 AM  

Anonymous - you said: "Ah ha! Maybe this will be revealing. Be honest here, lets say at Las Vega a casino was offering bets on Steorn. If you had say 100 million dollars, how much of that would you bet that Steorn had an over unity or COP>1 device? Be honest!"



All of it.

FE Truth December 4, 2009 at 10:32 AM  

Rigel - you said: "This is interesting. So you are saying that multiple people "know the techniques employed [in Orbo]". Has anybody been able to reproduce the effect? By that I mean measuring more output energy than input in such way that there's no room for measurement errors. (A PMM running for weeks would fit that description nicely)"


Too dodgy with the NDA to talk about this sort of thing, but ask yourself whether you think Steorn would have spent 14 million Euros, have 20 full time staff, spent the last 6 years on developing this and outrightly refused offers of investment then be committing themselves to a launch and media scrutiny if they had nothing.

You will see a proper demo soon enough and will be able to get a bit closer to understanding what Orbo is all about.

I'm sure Steorn will offer other avenues of proof also. Everyone knows that a demo on it's own is not enough.

Third party replications starting to pop up all over the place should help.

Anonymous,  December 4, 2009 at 11:07 AM  

A few questions NDA permitting of course. Does the tech scale up? Does a larger Orbo mean more energy produced? Can you talk about how much energy the device produces? Am interested in if i will be able to stick my two fingers up at the electricity company and my ever increasing bill!

FE Truth December 4, 2009 at 1:24 PM  

Anonymous - you said: "LOL, do you really think that these 100 people would keep their mouth shut for weeks until the official launch?"


Well so far there have only been one or two minor leaks by idiots who quite fancy the idea of being sued.

PS. There are hundreds of people, not 1 hundred

Anonymous,  December 6, 2009 at 8:35 AM  

I am quite sure, that any public demonstration of the orbo will be delayed until the end of 2010.
Does the NDA include a staute of limitations, when you are free to make your knowledge public?

spottyelephant December 7, 2009 at 10:04 PM  

I thought that Steorn were planning on commercialising the system by licencing components and/or patented concepts? But how can they do this if they have given the knowledge of how to do it away for free to people?
Or is the information on the theory of how to replicate only, and require you to pruchase the necessary tools and components?

More importantly, is this launch going to be an ACTUAL launch, with stuff in the news papers and channels in the public space, or is it going to be a secret "launch" whereby they announce it on their website and people go from there.

I'm not a skeptic of the development of devices that can output power in the "free energy" sense, i'm skeptical as to the authenticity of a claim when there is licensing involved and potential money to be made coupled with convoluted messages and public tests.

FE Truth December 8, 2009 at 10:55 AM  

Anonymous - you said: "I am quite sure, that any public demonstration of the orbo will be delayed until the end of 2010.
Does the NDA include a staute of limitations, when you are free to make your knowledge public?"

The demonstration of free energy being produced by Orbo devices is to be this month, not the end of 2010.

Steorn will make the same knowledge available to anyone who buys a license. This will give you access to the SKDB where you can learn all the principles and techniques of building and implementing Orbo.

FE Truth December 8, 2009 at 11:04 AM  

@spottyelephant

Steorn will be asking anyone who wants to build orbo systems to pay a small license fee. Commercial entities will pay royalties to use the patented techniques of energy generation.

The launch will no doubt be a proper launch in the sense that you have described, so there should be lots of media interest. I'd expect most of the media to continue to debunk it at first, but they won't be able to hold out for long after successful validations occur.

spottyelephant December 9, 2009 at 1:52 AM  

Do they still get those licence fees whether or not the builder can generate energy from their device? Surely steorn cannot sell a product that may or may not work depending on who builds it. That's just obvious. But then if steorn choose a model whereby there is a "no energy = no fee" clause in their licencing agreements, that leave themselves open unvalidated claims, and it's hard enough to validate the claims of the original inventor in the first place!

I dunno, so many questions. I feel a bit more satisfied though knowing it is indeed a proper launch, so we will at least get answers from the horse's mouth through interviews etc. rather than through 3rd party channels!

Eaten by a Grue December 9, 2009 at 3:35 AM  

I am sorry, but I do not believe any of this. Steorn took out a full page ad in the Economist and made promises before. Why should this time be any different?

FE Truth December 9, 2009 at 9:46 AM  

@Eaten by a Grue

Well, first of all I don't expect anyone to believe it until the information release begins. I'm 100% confident that it will take time for people to come to the party.

What's a Grue by the way?

gengeli,  December 10, 2009 at 9:43 PM  

How sure are you, that the orbo will be demonstrated in December 2009? What if the demonstration is delayed for months and months and months? I am acutally quite willing to place a bet on this.

Eaten by a Grue December 12, 2009 at 1:27 PM  

It boggles my mind how anyone can give Steorn even an iota of credibility after the demo fiasco. Even their own jury basically said there is nothing there.

A grue is a scary monster that lives in the dark and eats adventurers without torches.

Eaten by a Grue December 16, 2009 at 12:55 AM  

OK, just saw some videos of the spinny thing. Is this some kind of joke? It's battery powered.

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