Monday, January 11, 2010
Have you seen this type of comment recently regarding Steorn? I've seen it countless times now in the past 3 weeks.
"Until they publish a paper in a peer-reviewed physics journal, I'd suggest ignoring them. A number of crackpots, both self-deluding and scammers, have made claims about perpetual motion machines before, with each claim getting shot down after analysis"
What this guy and all the other "experts" forget about scientific journals and the system of peer review is that science and more importantly ($$$ scientific funding $$$) is based on reputation. If you don't play the game and do your scientific work within the boundaries of accepted science then you will NEVER get a peer review.
The guys responsible for peer review and who write these journals won't touch the subject of free energy with a bargepole for fear of being associated with tsc tsc...something so ludicrous. Heaven forbid they push the frontiers of knowledge by trying to understand something that doesn't fit the accepted view. No, no - better to keep the status quo than have the funding cut.
So just quit with the "Peer review it!" crap as it is not a viable method for acceptance of free energy.