Can we nail the coffin shut on Steorn yet?

Since the last time I wrote about Steorn, nearly two years ago, they haven’t proven their Orbo free energy device to the world. They haven’t even attempted another public demonstration. To the contrary, they shut down their online forum and development club, stopped releasing updates on their site, and Sean McCarthy (uncharacteristically) started keeping quiet. […]

Steorn finally reveals all (for a price)

Many new developments from Steorn today. First, they’ve finally opened up their developers’ club (the Steorn Knowledge Development Base — SKDB) to the public, and have reportedly released to club members more information on how to build and test Orbo devices. All of this comes for a price however; joining the SKDB costs €419.00 ($613.00). […]

February update

On January 30th, Steorn finally demonstrated free energy. Or at least, they say they did. What they showed was a couple of lines on an oscilloscope that, according to Sean, demonstrates to their target audience of potential technology developers that more energy was coming out of Orbo than was going in. As for the qualified […]

Steorn to prove free energy today?

Steorn’s previous two January demos were aimed squarely at the engineering community, and flew well above the heads of us non-engineer-types. Even still, the engineers who saw them seemed to come to no consensus about their meaning. However, Steorn is advertising their final demo, to be held today (Saturday, January 30th) at 4pm GMT (11am […]