Could Steorns Orbo technology be partnered with Ryukyus long-store Vanadium batteries?
It looks likes a marriage made in Heaven: Irish time-variant magnetic interaction electricity-capture technology plus Japanese Vanasaver batteries which can store huge amounts of electricity for years. No connection to a conventional electricity grid would be required. And no combustion of fossil fuels would be involved. Orbo is a technology which creates energy from magnetic interactions. It provides free, clean and constant energy at the point of use. It can be engineered to power anything from a phone, to a fridge to a car. And in direct contradiction of fundamentalist science’s 1st Law of Thermodynamics (“energy cannot be created”), Steorn’s Orbo technology consistently puts out more usable energy than it takes in to operate. Recent data seem to indicate that one of the Orbo public test systems showed 327% more electrical energy being produced than was put in. Orbo is based upon time-variant magnetic interactions. These are magnetic interactions whose efficiency varies as a functio
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