Toyota investing $50m in electric car firm Tesla Motors

Sunday, May 23, 2010

 The All Electric Tesla Roadster

Toyota is to invest $50m (£35m) in US electric car company Tesla Motors, as the two firms announced a joint partnership to build electric vehicles.

The deal will give the Japanese giant a stake of about 2.5% in Tesla, which will build its new saloon model at a Toyota factory near San Francisco.

Analysts said Tesla, which was only formed in 2003, will benefit from Toyota's mass production skills.

In turn, Toyota will be able to access Tesla's electric battery expertise. 


NASA scientists Nelson & House Willing To Verify Overunity Electromagnetic Machines

Thursday, May 20, 2010

A couple of NASA scientists, Mike Nelson and Ken House, who work on the Space Shuttle project in Huntsville, Alabama have been following the free energy world for years and would like to believe that Tesla type of technology is possible that harnesses limitless energy from the environment via electromagnetic means. 

However, this is not a free-for-all invitation for anyone who thinks they have an overunity device. Mike and Ken's pre-requisites are pretty stringent. 

In their spare time, they are willing to put their reputation at stake in validating bona fide electromagnetic overunity (more energy out than what was put in). But "spare time" is the key word. They don't have much of it, so they don't want to spend time on things that haven't first been tested to show overunity by others; and they want to review the data that has been collected. 


BBC: "North Korea Reports Nuclear Fusion Success"

Thursday, May 13, 2010

North Korea has announced that it has made significant progress towards the development of thermo-nuclear power.

It is a claim that is likely to be met with some scepticism. Despite hopes that the technology can produce large quantities of cheap, clean energy, no country has so far succeeded in making it work. 

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Steorn Forum Gone

Thursday, May 6, 2010

A couple of days ago the Steorn Forum was completely removed. It is not clear whether this is a temporary thing, if it's going to be replaced with different forum software or if it has been removed permanently.

In the mean time you can chat here.


Steorn Presentation In London

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Steorn gave a talk / demonstration on Thursday 29th April for The Engineering Club. The event took place at The Building Centre, Store Street, London.

The Engineering Club, in a spirit of sceptical open-minded enquiry, is hosting a talk by Sean McCarthy, CEO of Steorn to discuss their development of Orbo technology. Although they have yet to convince the wider scientific community, their claim is that Orbo can create a free, clean and constant energy supply. While seemingly in violation of the Law of Conservation of Energy, the creation of such an unlimited energy source would be truly unprecedented, resulting in the transformation of global energy sourcing. We hope you can join us to hear about this new technology and debate its merits in what promises to be a fascinating and controversial talk. You are welcome to bring your own measuring device to calculate the amount of electricity produced by Orbo.

This is a free event. Booking is essential.

From the website:

"THE ENGINEERING CLUB was founded over fifteen years ago to host talks about the broad culture of engineering in an informal setting. The talks are free to attend, with refreshments and a lively and informed discussion afterwards. All are welcome, but we especially encourage young engineers to attend. The Engineering Club is hosted by local engineering practices and organised by The Building Centre." 



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