There will be a webinar put on by Steorn a week from today in which they will introduce a product they are calling the ‘O-Cube’ — apparently a mobile device charger which is based on their Orbo technology, which has been described by Steorn CEO Shaun McCarthy as a “never-die battery,” i.e. it never runs out of charge with which to charge a mobile device
Today they put out this video on Facebook, which really doesn’t provide much information about the product — but I suppose is intended to generate some interest and excitement about the webinar that will be held on October 28th at 7:00 pm GMT.
I have registered for the event, and will certainly be interested in what they have to say. From what I have heard so far, the presentations will not be dealing with technical details, but will focus on the product itself and what it can do. It seems that Steorn has decided to focus all their marketing and information efforts via Facebook. Their domains www.steorn.com and www.orbo.com now point to this Orbo Facebook page which they describe as “A place to hear about Orbo from the guys who made it and for Orbo users to share their experiences.”
My understanding is that the Orbo O-Cube is supposed to be available for purchase before the end of the year. I have no more details, but I expect that kind of information will be covered in the webinar next week.
What do I expect? Speaking for myself, frankly I’m quite optimistic that they will demonstrate something interesting. I have followed Steorn for many years now and have always found reason to believe they are a serious engineering outfit, despite some major PR disasters. Some say their technology is impossible — well, we’ve heard that before here. It may be that Steorn has found a different way to tap into the same source of energy that the E-Cat and other LENR technologies are accessing. The recently published paper by Lundin and Lidgren theorizes that the energy behind the ‘Rossi Effect’ is “is induced by
electromagnetic wave penetration into matter” — and Steorn’s claims about the the source of the energy in Orbo comes from “electromagnetic interactions concerning domain rotation within ferromagnetic materials, specifically the phenomenon of delayed magnetic field propagation” (see here). Of course we won’t know for sure from a webinar if Steorn really has the goods, but if products go on sale soon, we can test it out for ourselves, which is what I hope to do.
Registration for the first webinar is here, but Steorn says the events will be recorded and posted on their Facebook page.