Official verdict: Steorn didn’t develop free energy technology
Back in August 2006
, the Irish company Steorn declared it had developed "revolutionary free energy technology." To back up its claim, they ran an ad in the Economist
inviting a jury of independent experts to scrutinize its claims.
It's been almost three years, but the jury has finally delivered its verdict
The unanimous verdict of the Jury is that Steorn's attempts to demonstrate the claim have not shown the production of energy. The jury is therefore ceasing work.
So the whole thing was a big waste of time. The mystery is why Steorn even bothered. What did they think they were gaining from this elaborate charade?
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I could be completely wrong on all of this but I'm wondering if this is all just a very elaborate hoax in and of itself.
It all feels a little odd to me.
Reading through the product descriptions of Steorn's Orbo, aka free energy product, it really sounds like utter gibberish. I'm not an electrical engineer but it still sounds like a joke.
Steorn played a joke with the whole world.I was totally frustrated by the verdict.
Sean McCarthy, CEO of Steorn, said "The jury hasn
Just wait for all the IP to clear by the patent office.
Here is the latest one, kinda busy engineering for company that are supposed to be hoaxers.