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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Irish Firm Claims Free Energy Invention Defying Physics

An Irish technology firm claims to have developed technology it says smashes one of the basic laws of physics by producing "free energy." The Dublin-based Steorn has announced a new device that creates energy based on the interaction of magnetic fields. The technology can be applied to virtually all devices requiring energy, from cellular phones to cars the firm has claimed.

The Internet is awash with claims to have cracked the problem using magnets, coils and even crystals. Steorn discovered the technology while using magnets to try to devise more efficient wind generators and had spent the past three years developing it.

Skeptics abound but the firm has challenged scientists to validate their invention that could change 2,000 years of physics theory. The firm has produced a 5-minute video to support the free, constant energy invention claim.

1 comment:

kert said...

It will power your cars .. duh .. if it WERE able to power cars, hell, even a lightbulb, they'd be selling the cars ( or bulbs ) like hotcakes. They arent, so its snake oil as usual with attached publicity stunt to attract more suckers