Steorn: Test Orbo Yourself With Your Own Equipment

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Orbo: Image credit to Esa Ruoho @

Orbo Working Away: Image credit to Esa Ruoho @

Last night on the Steorn public forum Steorn have been answering some queries and have made their boldest statement to date regarding independent testing.  In a reply to ZDNet journalist Rupert Goodwins who asked about the format and protocol of the Orbo tests, Steorn CEO Sean Mccarthy had this to say:

Hi Rupert,

We will be placing a system in the Waterways and will allow people to bring their own test equipment (or use ours) - and you can test a system the way you see fit. Note that all tests like this will be done under the supervision of one of engineers - this is simply to prevent someone who might want to break a system apart. However no reasonable request will be refused.


Later, Sean responded to other folks.

alourinho: "Hello, Will the third experiment consider as part of the input the energy needed to create the permanent magnets? I believe it is important to consider this portion of the energy, given that it is involved in ORBO manufacturing process, though indirectly. Kind regards."

Steorn: "The second experiment addresses the energy of the magnets themselves - i.e. we will demonstrate that there is no 'draining' of the domain energy of the magnets."

...and later another interesting point.

Steorn: "Ok - thats the basics - the inductance of a coil is LESS in the presence of an external field. What this means in our system is that you get a greater energy return from the collapse of the field of the EM than the energy it took to create the field, because at the point of field construction you have lower inductance than when the field collapses - hence you get an inductance energy gain thru the interaction rather than the inductance loss that was being discussed in this thread."

"While the greater return from inductance is interesting - what really counts is that you get this extra inductance energy and the rotor does work - and quite a lot of work.



Anonymous,  January 9, 2010 at 7:56 PM  

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

Boris N. Kazak January 10, 2010 at 9:24 PM  

I bet that you will never do this simple test.
Insert a current meter in series with the battery and show that the system produces a charging current!
This must be a simple analogue current meter, without any semiconductors, any digital displays, any internal batteries, just a magneto-electric device with a scale and a needle.
Thus, if the current will be charging , I will have a proof of your concept, if the current will be discharging , you will know what it means for you...

P.S. It is obvious to me that all your demo is just a big hoax and fraud, otherwise you'd made such a test yourselves lo-o-ong ago!!

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