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    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010 edited
     
    A quick glance at the Steorn web site reveals some not so subtle changes to their "target audience".


    Now
    Developer Use

    Orbo Technology Developer License, SKDB Membership and Evaluation Unit

    * Typically for electrical and electronic engineers, research and development teams, and specialists in magnetics and physics"

    Not so long ago, their list read:

    "Developer Use
    Orbo Technology Developer License and SKDB Membership

    * Typically for individuals, research and development teams, hobbyists, students, and academics"

    So, why did Steorn change the their description to be so much more restrictive? I'm wondering if the ASAI actually did something, and this is Steorn's reaction. If so, good going Loonyman.

    Highlights added for clarity.
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      CommentAuthorskeptical
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Or it could just be that "electrical engineers" and "specialists" have been laughing at them too much.
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    Time's running out.
    Soon there will be no more time.
    If I don't see an Orbo board soon, time will have run out, and I will be forced to issue an official statement:
    Steorn will have failed to demonstrate the production of excess energy.

    And then it will finally be over and done with.
    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: skepticalOr it could just be that "electrical engineers" and "specialists" have been laughing at them too much.
    No, that's who they've limited themselves to now. They used to advertise to: individuals, hobbyists, etc. If the ASAI pestered them, the change could be Steorn's way of satisfying the ASAI that they are not cheating consumers.
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      CommentAuthorskeptical
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Your quite right! I misread your comments.
    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: skepticalYour quite right! I misread your comments.
    I figured. I've gone back and highlighted to make it easier to see what they've changed. By excluding freetards Steorn have eliminated 99.999% of their available market. It's easy for me to believe they did that in reaction to external pressure. Maybe one of the idiot apologists has a more entertaining excuse.
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      CommentAuthorlegendre
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    This essentially completes a 180' turn for Steorn.

    When the SKDB (nee SPDC) was launched, their line was something to the effect of "We want to make this tech understandable by and accessible to everyone, no matter their level of technical proficiency".

    Now, it's for "electrical and electronic engineers, research and development teams, and specialists in magnetics and physics". So much for Joe Lunchbucket and Sally Housecoat.

    Guess I'm out! ;-)
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      CommentAuthorNewsEditor
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: joshsA quick glance at the Steorn web site reveals some not so subtle changes to their "target audience".


    Now
    Developer Use

    Orbo Technology Developer License, SKDB Membership and Evaluation Unit

    * Typically forelectrical and electronic engineers, research and development teams, and specialists in magnetics and physics"

    Not so long ago, their list read:

    "Developer Use
    Orbo Technology Developer License and SKDB Membership

    * Typically forindividuals, research and development teams, hobbyists, students, and academics"

    So, why did Steorn change the their description to be so much more restrictive? I'm wondering if the ASAI actually did something, and this is Steorn's reaction. If so, good going Loonyman.

    Highlights added for clarity.


    LOL - Poor dumb joshy, grasping at straws again. The short answer is NO. Loonyman's letter has all the sophistication and legal weight of a packet of cheese and onion crisps.



    :)
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      CommentAuthorlegendre
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: NewsEditorLOL - Poor dumb joshy, grasping at straws again. The short answer is NO.


    Ok. So then, in your own personal opinion, what prompted the change?
    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: NewsEditor

    LOL - Poor dumb joshy, grasping at straws again. The short answer is NO. Loonyman's letter has all the sophistication and legal weight of a packet of cheese and onion crisps.



    :)
    Double oh dimwit, so why have Steorn removed saps like yourself from their Kult Klub market?
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      CommentAuthorNewsEditor
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Quite simple really. The 5-10k equipment requirements are not within the reach of your average man in the street.
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    Posted By: legendreThis essentially completes a 180' turn for Steorn.


    Yes...but in which direction?
    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: NewsEditorQuite simple really. The 5-10k equipment requirements are not within the reach of your average man in the street.
    LOL! Double oh dimwit, do you really mean to say that the ssOrbomination that was supposed to be specially engineered so that any dimwit like yourself could validate Steorn's claims is yet another gigantic Steorn fail? Do you really mean to say that all that time preparing the useless misedutainment modules for the masses of high school drop-outs was a waste? Do you really mean to say that because of Steorn's inept implementation of the ssOrbomination demo board, they can no longer afford to recruit individual consumers into the Kult Klub? If you do, you're really on a roll.
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      CommentAuthoralsetalokin
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010 edited
     
    Posted By: NewsEditorQuite simple really. The 5-10k equipment requirements are not within the reach of your average man in the street.


    That's pretty funny.

    3 to ten times overunity, robust always proven to work, but you need 10 k or more in equipment to even see it, and there's absolutely no way to make use of it at all.

    Hey, Steorn aren't completely incompetent... at least the Waterways demo was brightly lit.

    (Meanwhile, somebody, IIRC, showed their claims were bogus with a bunch of simple and cheap garage sale analog gear, remember?)
    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: alsetalokin
    Posted By: NewsEditorQuite simple really. The 5-10k equipment requirements are not within the reach of your average man in the street.


    That's pretty funny.

    3 to ten times overunity, robust always proven to work, but you need 10 k or more in equipment to even see it, and there's absolutely no way to make use of it at all.

    Hey, Steorn aren't completely incompetent... at least the Waterways demo was brightly lit.

    (Meanwhile, somebody, IIRC, showed their claims were bogus with a bunch of simple and cheap garage sale analog gear, remember?)
    Yes, but with analog gear can you smell the overunity? I am still laughing about Steorn's requirement for a nonexistent current probe. Just call up Agilent or Tek and ask them how much for a DC - 200MHz current probe.

    Of course Dizzy Deasy who either hasn't got one of these marvels, or isn't saying if he has insists that what Steorn say are requirements are really requirements.
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    Well, since Hue DC is a traffic controller at ESA (or parking lot attendant, one or the other), he just might have access to some sophisticated equipment.

    But claiming to need this equipment to see Steorn's OU is a frank admission of defeat for the lads, if you ask me. Where was all this gear at the Kinetica demo?

    Anybody who doesn't see through this latest smokescreen... is probably a charter subscriber to NewsBoy's webshite.
    • CommentAuthorjoshs
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: alsetalokinWell, since Hue DC is a traffic controller at ESA (or parking lot attendant, one or the other), he just might have access to some sophisticated equipment.

    But claiming to need this equipment to see Steorn's OU is a frank admission of defeat for the lads, if you ask me. Where was all this gear at the Kinetica demo?

    Anybody who doesn't see through this latest smokescreen... is probably a charter subscriber to NewsBoy's webshite.
    I think it is all a great joke. First their mechanical device is always proven to work. Except that three years later they say they couldn't ever get it to work for the jury, so they handed the jury theoretical mumbo-jumbo. Then they wanted all the freetards to join the Kult-Klub so that they could teach them all about the magical Orbominationness. Three years of that nonsense and all they managed were some piss poor misedutainment modules that mistaught basic physics, with one five minute song and dance about the supposed magic. Then they implemented the eOrbomination that was supposed to show the overunity, this time for sure. Except that it was a pathetic very inefficient motor that couldn't keep running more than a few hours from a large battery. Then their crowning achievement, what everything had built up to was supposed to be the ssOrbomination, specifically designed so any freetard could test it. But, it's massive overunity can only be seen with expensive, and in the case of the current probe, non-existent test gear.

    And now the Kult Klub no longer seeks the: individuals, students, hobbyists, and academics it sought before. It seeks only people with enough qualifications to make all of the misedutainment completely pointless. It seeks only people with expensive enough equipment to have better things to do than waste any time with nonsense claims of the Dublin Drunkards.
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      CommentAuthorlegendre
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Posted By: legendre
    Posted By: NewsEditorLOL - Poor dumb joshy, grasping at straws again. The short answer is NO.


    Ok. So then, in your own personal opinion, what prompted the change?


    Knock knock..
    • CommentAuthorsonoboy
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2010
     
    Fucking Bozos