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With Steorn's track record, you'd think that the company wouldn't be in such a hurry to put its \"free energy\" technology under a microscope. Then again, maybe once it has your €399 (roughly $550) your thoughts on the subject really aren't that important anyways. Regardless, we're a wee bit ske

4 years ago 0 Comments
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We're not going to spend any more time on this than absolutely necessary. After all, Steorn's claims haven't changed a bit in the three years since the histrionics began. But we will point you to Steorn's live free energy demonstration so that you can ponder for yourselves how Orbo \"uses magnets to

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The last time we heard from Steorn, the company had just joined a long line of optimistic but doomed people and companies unable to actually demo free-energy tech when put the test -- and although the Orbo didn't actually do anything, CEO Sean McCarthy promised us that we'd eventually get a working

5 years ago 0 Comments
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EcoWatts and its fake free energy gadget is back in the limelight again, with the BBC Breakfast Show falling hook, line, and sinker in an interview with the company's \"CEO\" Paul Calver. Calver stated that \"we're still getting to the question of why it works,\" explaining to a BBC presenter his bewil

7 years ago 0 Comments
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We don't want to take this seriously, so we won't. Another company has claimed to have produced a device that produces more energy than is put in, which --we shouldn't have to tell you -- is impossible. The Daily Mail is the dumb -- but actually kinda clever, 'cause they'll get lots of readers, and

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We're going to try and not read too much into this whole Friday the 13th date, and just give you the straight facts: Steorn promises to be \"releasing the update on the Jury process and so on\" of its seemingly first-law-of-thermodynamics-denying Orbo \"free energy\" product on April 13th. Steorn has be

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