Today the public have been invited to come and observe Orbo technology, developed by Irish company Steorn, which produces a free, constant supply of energy that will change history if it does what it claims.
Orbo technology, which Sean McCarthy, CEO of Steorn said was discovered accidentally, theoretically produces energy from nowhere using magnetics.
“The law of conservation of energy has been very reliable for 300 years, however it’s missing one variable from the equation, and that’s time,” said McCarthy.
McCarthy explained to Silicon Republic that Orbo technology works on the basis that occurrences in magnetic fields do not happen instantaneously, and are therefore not subject to time in the way that, say, gravity is.
This time variance allows the Orbo platform to generate and consistently produce power, going against the law of conservation of energy which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed.
“This is as big a claim as you can possibly make in the world of technology and science,” said McCarthy.
“Five years ago if I was watching this story from a distance I would be thinking it was complete bull. Having said that we are in absolutely no doubt that this works.”
Steorn, based in Dublin, was founded in 2000 and employs 22 people.
Last year the company took out an advertisement, publicly inviting the scientific community to come and test the revolutionary claims of its Orbo technology. Scientists have been putting the energy machine through rigorous testing since January.
Meanwhile, academic testing aside, McCarthy said that he wants the public to observe it too, adding that it will soon be available for public viewing in the Kinetica Museum in London for ten days.
McCarthy said in order to ensure complete transparency, the self-rotating wheel will be housed in clear plastic, allowing members of the public to “inspect it for a hidden battery”.
The Orbo will also be viewable live on the internet from 11pm this evening at www.steorn.com/orbo/demo, with four webcams focused on the machine 24 hours a day.
If this technology is proved to work and be transferable and marketable, it will change not only how we think, but how we live.
“It’s too good to be true but it is true,” said McCarthy, “It will have such an impact on everything we do.”
“The only analogy I can give is if you had absolute proof that God wasn’t real,” said McCarthy.
By Marie Boran