Orbo: Free-Energy Technology

Orbo: Free-Energy Technology from Steorn. ‘Orbo produces free, clean and constant energy – that is our claim. By free we mean that the energy produced is done so without recourse to external source. By clean we mean that during operation the technology produces no emissions. By constant we mean that with the exception of mechanical failure the technology will continue to operate indefinitely.
The sum of these claims for our Orbo technology is a violation of the principle of conservation of energy, perhaps the most fundamental of scientific principles. The principle of the conservation of energy states that energy can neither be created or destroyed, it can only change form.
Because of the revolutionary nature of our claim, not only to the world of science but to the world in general, Steorn issued a challenge to the scientific community in August 2006 to test our technology and report their findings. The process of validation that has resulted from this challenge is currently underway, with results expected by the end of 2007.’

Demonstration at Kinetica Museum, London, UK, July 5-13. ‘Steorn’s Orbo technology is based on the interaction of magnetic fields and allows the production of clean, free and constant energy. Orbo technology is fully scalable and can be applied to virtually all devices requiring energy, from cellular phones to cars.
From 5th-13th July, visitors to Kinetica can witness for themselves Orbo as it perpetually spins a clear polycarbonate wheel with absolutely no supply of external energy or power supply attached.’

Update: Orbo’s Demostration Delayed: ‘Due to some technical difficulties caused by the intense heat from camera lighting, Steorn’s demonstration of its ‘Orbo’ free energy technology has been slightly delayed. As a consequence, Kinetica Museum will not be open to the public today (6th July). A technical assessment is currently underway and information will be posted on the websites of Steorn and Kinetica as soon as it becomes available.’



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