Engadget Interviews CEO Of Steorn

Posted: Jul 17 2007, 11:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:51am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Engadget interviews CEO of Steorn
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Engadget has a great interview with Sean McCarthy, CEO of Steorn. Steorn kept us on our toes for a week to see the ORBO free energy demo in London. As you know it never worked.

Engadget's Ryan Block asks great questions and the interview is an interesting read, despite being very long.
At the end you are not any wiser though – at least I am not. I still do not know if it is really working or not. In my opinion the Steorn guys really believe this is working. Somewhat tells me though that they might miss something.
The only clarification will come from the scientists who apparently evaluate the ORBO technology.

Steorn is working on another demo that they will broadcast via video over the internet. I do not even think it is worth while to set that up. I do not think more people will be believe that the technology works if they see it on a small streaming video window. There are no transformer cars either, but the look very real in the movie.

Read the Steorn interview on Engadget.

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