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Today's interview is a first for Engadget in a couple ways: we've never talked with an executive whose company doesn't actually make or sell something, nor have we talked with anyone whose technology is theoretically infeasible. Still, we've all had our chance to criticize Steorn for its scientific

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July 17, 2007 at 12:12PM
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Perhaps the only thing more impressive than claimed possession of an \"infinite free energy\" machine is the refusal to give-in under the weight of the world's skepticism-turned ire. \"We screwed up,\" admitted Steorn's CEO Sean McCarthy yesterday after their failed demonstration, but \"if we were here

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