Orbo is based upon the principle of time variant magneto-mechanical interactions. The core output from our Orbo technology is mechanical. This mechanical energy can be converted into electrical energy using standard generator technology either by integrating such technology directly with Orbo or by connecting the mechanical output from Orbo to the generation technology. The efficiency of such mechanical/electrical conversions is highly dependent on the components used and is also a function of size.Yesterday a public demonstration of the ORBO was held at the Kinetica Museum in London. The demonstration had to be postponed due to "technical difficulties". You can follow the ORBO perpetual motion story here at Freeenergytracker.
One group that is really excited about this machine are "intelligent design" creationists.
Steorn's findings totally undermine the basic premise of materialism, simply by demonstrating a confirmed physical effect that materialists predict cannot happen. These clever Irish researchers have demonstrated that the principles of thermodynamics function in a manner far closer to the predictions of William Dembski (Dumbski) and William Brookfield than the clearly flawed thermodynamic claims of Hawkings and Maxwell.
There is also an amusing column about ORBO in todays Huffington Post.
1. You can't win. (You can't create or destroy energy in a closed system.)Who would be foolish enough to invest their money in this scam?
2. You can't break even. (You can't convert one form of energy to another with 100% efficiency.)
3. You can't get out of the game. (You can only achieve 100% efficiency at absolute zero, but it's impossible to cool anything down to absolute zero.)
Recently Steorn announced it would unveil Orbo, at, of all places, a London art gallery on July 4. However, the demonstration was a failure, because Orbo failed to work. Steorn's official explanation sounds remarkably like the excuses offered by all fringe inventors after their machines fail to work in front of an audience: "We are experiencing some technical difficulties with the demo unit in London. Our initial assessment indicates that this is probably due to the intense heat from the camera lighting."
Why not simply turn the camera lights off, and illuminate Orbo with cool burning fluorescent lights, and go on with the show?