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    Steorn announces end of selection process for jury of scientists and academics
    Posted on Saturday, November 11, 2006 @ 17:26:15 GMT by vlad

    Devices Press release (http://www.steorn.net/en/news.aspx?p=2&id=721): Dublin, 10th November 2006: Steorn, the technology development company, has announced that it has completed its selection process for appointing scientists to an independent jury that will test its free energy technology. Steorn issued the challenge via an advertisement in the Economist to the world’s scientists in August 2006 and received more than 5,000 responses by the deadline of 12 midnight, September 8th.

    Steorn’s technology is based on the interaction of magnetic fields and allows the production of clean, free and constant energy. 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."

    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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    Re: Steorn announces end of selection process for jury of scientists and academics (Score: 1)
    by modernsteam on Tuesday, November 21, 2006 @ 08:58:53 GMT
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    This is good news.

    Is there any reason why Steorn chose the jury members, instead of leaving that choice to the bonafide scientists/engineers - some 492 of them, I recall? Would the scientists and engineers not have been the ones less likely to have a conflict of interest, since they could observe the technology and its claims with the higher degree of objectivity, fairly much at arm's length?

    Hal Ade.



     

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