In August last year I posted about Steorn and their new clean constant energy source announcement. Well it seems Steorn is back with the World's First Free-Energy Demonstration in which they are allowing the public to see their technology demo. The exhibition at the Kinetica Museum, in East London, is open to the public from Thursday 5th until Friday 13th July. They have also set up a couple of web cams in which you can view the technology demo live online. The problem, so far, is they have not been able to make it work for the public. It seems they are experiencing technical difficulties, a quote from the site:
We are experiencing some technical difficulties with the demo unit in London. Our initial assessment indicates that this is probably due to the intense heat from the camera lighting. We have commenced a technical assessment and will provide an update later today. As a consequence, Kinetica will not be open to the public today (5th July). We apologise for this delay and appreciate your patience.
Though the web cams seem to be live, on cam 3 you can check out what is going on in the background and see some movement once in awhile, it makes you wonder if this is just a red herring. If you are interested, go check it out at the World's First Free-Energy Demonstration. Here is hoping they get it all working. Clean energy would indeed benefit us all.