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Steorn Launches SKDB Lite - Free, Public Access to the SKDB

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posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 10:37 AM

Steorn Ltd of Ireland, the small engineering consultancy derided by tech pundits for claiming to have achieved “overunity”, has brushed aside the remarks and instead offered free access to their online collaboratory. Membership for “SKDB Lite” is being offered free to users who sign up beginning June 10.

Here is the announcement from Steorn:

The SKDB Lite is a free access knowledge sharing and technology development community created by Steorn for all electronic and electrical engineers interested in magnetics. The SKDB Lite offers engineers and developers the opportunity to:

· review magnetics and engineering e-Learning content

· experience the power of the SKDB package as a development and collaboration platform

· expand and develop the community’s collective knowledge of magnetics

· promote further research and development in all fields of magnetics and permanent magnet materials

· create an environment where people with a common interest can share ideas

Steorn will support the development and advancement of the SKDB Lite by adding new e-learning content and support documents on a regular basis and by contributing to relevant discussions.


posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by cupocoffee

Thanks for the heads up. I have just joined to see what it is and it appears to be just a forum.

Sean McCarthy is on the forum. When asked whether his pictured bike is Orbo powered he said "hehe - no Orbo for that bike - the smell of petrol is just too nice!"

Apparently Steorn have a solid state version now which I haven't heard of. I wonder if they can demo that not producing free energy as well.

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 10:38 AM
reply to post by LightFantastic

So no schematics or technical data or anything useful?

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 10:45 AM
reply to post by cupocoffee

No just 5000 or so forum posts. There is a documents section that just has the forum rules in.

[edit on 11/6/2010 by LightFantastic]

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