In a recent interview, Trend Forecaster Gerald Celente suggested that the next decade may see the advent of zero-point energy technologies that would make oil, solar and wind power obsolete. Ireland’s Steorn Ltd. may very well prove Mr. Celente’s forecast to be correct.
It’s been called “perpetual nonsense” by The Economist, a “magic fairy powered rotary and magnetic system” by Engadget and a “fraud” by ABC News.
Naturally, we wouldn’t expect those “in the know” to actually know what’s going on, so we’ll wait until Orbo goes through public demonstrations and is extensively tested by the scientific community before we judge whether it is what the manufacturer says it is – a source of virtually unlimited, fully sustainable power.
“The concept is simple. You can put a certain amount of energy into a device and take more energy out of it. It defies one of the most basic scientific principles…”
“The system operates very much like a traditional electric motor. What is unique about this versus any other motor is the amount of electrical energy we’re drawing from the [battery] reservoir is substantially less than the work done by the motor…”
“What we’re offerring is not just some new cool technology. It is a real opportunity for us as a species and us as a society to change everything.“
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