Steorn Examine Attempted Replications Of Orbo Technology

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

A video produced just yesterday highlighting the differences between Orbo and the attempted replications so far.  In the video we can see that the replication attempts so far have not cancelled CEMF properly and are therefore not true replications. With CEMF still in these systems they are just still pulse motors.

No doubt as more information is shared that this will change and we'll start to see some valid 3rd party replications.



Anonymous,  January 14, 2010 at 6:15 AM  

Alternate link for video on Replication attempt

Arne January 28, 2010 at 1:19 PM  

The first example is most likely J.L. Naudin's replication. Later Naudin fine tunes his motor and gets no CEMF. Further, Naudin fully explains the "Orbo" effect. . It is actually very simple. You could either sign up for Steorn's SKDB or have an understanding of the physics involved. I doubt this is patentable. Maybe improvements will be patentable when the patent office accepts "perpetual motion" devices.

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