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Saturday, December 19, 2009

DUBLIN: “It appears that there is such a thing as a free Orbo lunch; if ever there was a time for it, it’s now,” P.L. Inkletter notes, shedding layers

Be all that as it may, meanwhile:

In other news…

19th December 2009:

Saturday: That’s right, it’s Sarrerdi! but that’s the least of the fossil fuel industry’s worries, perhaps…

Back in August 2006, I read a tiny article in our one of our weekend papers, dated either the 19th or 20th, which mentioned Irish company Steorn and their full page add placed the previous Thursday, the 17th, in The Economist. I was instantly fascinated, and visited their website, and have been following the goings on, the controversy, ever since.

About 3 a.m. this Saturday morning I got an email from Steorn announcing their demonstration of and CEO Sean McCarthy’s talk about their electromagnetic interaction technology later today in Dublin from the Waterways Centre. I have not had the obstinate almost doctrinal disbelief characteristic of the average physicist on the matter of ‘over unity’ physics, given my vague understandings of space potency's infinitely deep pool of primordial force ancestral to puissant energy ancestral to the gravity energies that so characterise our regions of space.

Magnetism is as mysterious as it is useful, and I would not be the least bit surprised to learn that magnetic phenomena are tapping the deep pool, somehow piercing through the fabric of space and feeding upon limitless energy; atoms – it seems to me – are mighty mysterious virtually perpetual motion machines, having little parts that don’t appear to slow down, rather are continually topped up with power while they do their work as the parts of the machine that is the atom; are the magnetic dynamo properties of some of the bits and pieces of the atom drawing energy deep beyond what we currently understand, to keep the little machines running? After all, every moving part within the atom is pushing through the molasses of the gravitational field, which takes work, but they don’t slow down and give up, they appear to me to be continuously topped up with the energy lost in their effort to move through the gravitational stew, not to mention the soup of the electromagnetic fields laying spider webs everywhere to be pushed through as well for all the electrically charged particles.

Wouldn’t it be nice if this work of Steorn actually did deliver the world, and soon, some large scale economic clean energy solutions to our looming apocalyptic-scale climate problems! Wouldn’t it be nice if this apparent defiance of the first law of thermodynamics is real, and cheap clean energy sources became the possession of everyone! It is nice to dream now and then…

The timing of this demonstration by Steorn to coincide witht final week of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen seems ideal from a PR perspective from where I sit in my crowded, dusty, and dingy little back room in Perth, watching these latest promos from Steorn on my monitor, the sun now up for an hour or so.

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