Steorn completes jury selection to test magnet motor
Steorn announces that they have selected twelve jury members composed
of scientists and academics to test its free energy technology. More than
5000 people applied, and 492 were determined to be "qualified
DUBLIN, IRELAND -- Steorn, a technology development company, has announced that
it has completed its selection process for appointing twelve scientists to an
independent jury that will test its free energy technology, which it reported to
PESN in August to be an all-magnet motor.
Steorn issued the challenge via an advertisement in the Economist to the worlds
scientists in August 2006 and received more than 5,000 responses by the deadline
of 12 midnight, September 8th. The site presently states that 492
"qualified scientists/engineers" applied. Twelve of those have
Steorns technology allegedly is based on the interaction of magnetic fields
to allow the production of clean, free and constant energy. They say the
technology can be applied to virtually all devices requiring energy, from
cellular phones to cars.
Steorn will complete the signing of contracts with the chosen scientists by
Friday December 1st at the latest.
Sean McCarthy, CEO of Steorn, commented: "We have been thrilled by the
excellent response we received as a result of our challenge. We are now
confident that we have found the most qualified scientists and we are looking
forward to the start of the validation process itself." At least the
most qualified who were willing to be on the jury.
Steorn anticipates that testing will begin early in the New Year. The precise
timetable for the testing phase will be determined by the jurors, as will the
location and format of the test process. Once the testing is complete the
results will be made public via the Steorn website www.steorn.com.
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