Hi Marcus! Sure!

I know at least two organizations who are going to purchase one. One is in
Australia, and another is in Finland. The Finns have a crowdfund project.
https://mesenaatti.me/en/steornin-ikiliikkujatekniikan-tutkimusprojekti/ <-
I'm trying to get in to record the electromagnetic fields + activities of
both of the devices, the Ocube and the Ophone. I hope they'll sound juicy
enough to be made electronic music out of.

On 2 December 2015 at 16:14, Marcus Winckers <marcki...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey Esa,
> I see  that you, like me, are interested in the Cube.  I  am planning on
> buying one  later in the day if possible. My christmass present for
> myself.  Shall we keep in touch and exchange thoughts and experiences?
> Marcus Winckers
> Utrecht
> Netherlands.
> Op 29 okt. 2015 07:38 schreef "Esa Ruoho" <esaru...@gmail.com>:
> If you guys like the internets more, the transcript is mirrored here:
>> http://freeenergy.news/steorn/steorn-o-cube-webinar-full-transcript/
>> On 29 October 2015 at 02:17, Esa Ruoho <esaru...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi, here's my transcript of the Orbo Steorn Webinar broadcast on the
>>> 28th October 2015.
>>> If you use any of it, please credit accordingly.
>>> the video is at http://orbo.com/
>>> --
>>> Pat: Welcome to the Orbo Webinar. We're here today to introduce you to
>>> the first Orbo product, the O-Cube. Orbo is a highly controversial
>>> technology ... (Shaun places the O-Cube on the table) ..and we're going to
>>> demonstrate the functionality of the O-Cube. Before we do that, however, we
>>> want to just give you a brief flavour of who we are and the journey that
>>> we've taken over the last fifteen years.
>>> ---
>>> Shaun: So, twelve and a half years ago, yeah? Tell me, how on earth, you
>>> got into this crazy company.
>>> Pat: The beginning's actually going back fourteen years ago, because,
>>> what happened was, in 2001, I was looking to evaluate a particular piece of
>>> technology, nothing to do with Steorn.. And, I didn't know how to evaluate
>>> it, and I made a number of calls, and I was put in contact with yourselves.
>>> So, I met Mike and yourself in 2001 and you looked at the proposition, the
>>> technology we're looking at, and you evaluated it and you said look,
>>> listen, this is not, you know, something to look at.. so, that was the way
>>> it was left. And, I went to meet you then in April 2004 and the purpose of
>>> that conversation was.. ahm..
>>> Shaun: "Where's me fucking money" (laughs)
>>> Pat: Well, it wasn't, it wasn't even at that, because I knew, like, the
>>> proposition for what is.. But the point you were putting to me, was you
>>> said, "Look, we're looking for a venture capital..".. you said to me, first
>>> of all, you said to me, "I'm looking for a VC company", and what I did
>>> was.. I.. The first thing I did probably before I even looked beyond them
>>> was, I got a friend of mine who's a, you know, he's an engineer and I got
>>> him to go in and spend some time with yourself and Mike and to evaluate
>>> what it was. And.. I can remember walking out of Fumberly Court as it was
>>> on a Friday afternoon and.. the two of yous were walking along side by
>>> side.. I said "What you think?" and he just said "Can I invest?". And it
>>> was, it was kind of like that, and I said "Are you serious?" and he said,
>>> "Pat, If this is right" he said, "This is gonna to be very very serious."
>>> ----
>>> Mike: So Shaun, looking a bit tired.. Understandable. Ten years
>>> defending your claims and yourself. Ahm, give us a little bit of background
>>> about Steorn, for a bit, new people tuning in today.
>>> Shaun: Steorn was a company that you and me founded, Mike. Back in 2000,
>>> and we started doing project management.. We were in the world of fruit, a
>>> lot of bananas. And then we started developing technology for others, as
>>> you know, that's when we developed forensic systems for companies like
>>> Microsoft and credit card companies, and we did expert witnessing, in,
>>> fraud..
>>> Mike: (interrupts) So you get on..
>>> Shaun: And then one day..
>>> Mike: (interrupts) And then one day you're sitting there at your desk,
>>> magnets spinning around, and you decide: "I need an ad in the Economist".
>>> Shaun: One day we made a discovery, whatever you gonna call it, a
>>> mistake, depending on where you sit, where we went, yeah, look..
>>> We can get more energy out of these bizarre magnetic fields than we're
>>> putting in, isn't that really cool? And wouldn't it be great to build
>>> something that uses this, put it in the market, and hopefully make a lot of
>>> money.
>>> ---
>>> Alex?: When I saw yous guys coming in, and meeting up after work, I
>>> realized that yous were doing a lot of brainstorming, and once I, you know,
>>> I didn't really know much about it, because I kept hearing the name Steorn,
>>> and I didn't really know how to pronounce it or anything like that, but I
>>> realized that yous were doing some interesting stuff, but it's been
>>> enjoyable seeing the progression over the years, and, you know, we're
>>> really, really really interested in what's going on, ahm, you know..
>>> Shaun: And you.. You see all the lads from Steorn, outside and about, in
>>> and out of there, these lads that just (heard) about every provocation and
>>> word and insult in the world, they're called conman, scam-artist, and so
>>> on, you've seen them at their most vulnerable. Honestly what do you think
>>> of them?
>>> Alex?:  I've never seen them worry, I've never seen them. I like them,
>>> genuinely like, I know yous all, right down to Max, I've played poker with
>>> so many of yous, we've shared so many late nights, and I remember telling
>>> my friends, you know, we're also in business, and I said, this guy doing
>>> mad stuff with magnets, like, you know, and yeah.. Yous are operating in,
>>> you know, this crazy environment, and, when we, you know, when we
>>> eventually -- when you actually turned around and said that we could have
>>> one of these boxes in the pub for a while, I mean, I was just cackahoop
>>> when I saw.. When I heard that, and I mean, you know, not.. Partly I was
>>> wondering what the hell it is, but the other part of it is just really
>>> really interested at being involved with something so revolutionary..
>>> --
>>> Shaun: Ok, Pat, so, you have hustled twenty odd million, and went to
>>> private investors around Ireland, and that started twelve years ago, yeah?
>>> In that twelve years the company has failed, and failed again, and failed
>>> again and failed again. And Pat Corbett has raised money again, raised
>>> money again and raised money again. What the fuck?
>>> Pat: (pause) Ahm, see that's that word, failure, you see. Look.. You
>>> know.. We haven't..
>>> Shaun: Failed. Failed with the jury, failed with the London demo, failed
>>> to ever show anything convincing to anybody, failed to put a product in the
>>> market. Twelve years of failure, Pat's driving around the country, taking
>>> money from people.
>>> Pat: Yeah, as it was, if you look at it like that, if you're looking at
>>> it from the outside in, Shaun, that's that's, that's what it is, it's
>>> failure, you know. People, you know, and.. And right now, you know (what) I
>>> mean, and over the years, there is that, there's a huge level of fear and
>>> nervousness among the shareholders.
>>> Shaun: How does Pat know, Corbett know that it'll work?
>>> Pat: (pause) Pat Corbett has always known that it works.
>>> Shaun: (interrupts) No no, how does Pat Corbett know that the Powercube
>>> will work?
>>> Pat: (pause) The only reason Pat can say based on..
>>> Shaun: (interrupts) a great pause, that's - fucking aye, that was the
>>> money shot.. go-on (laughs)
>>> Pat: The only way Pat.. Pat has had one of the, one of the original
>>> Powercubes that he had basically going around in his car for a month..
>>> Shaun: Okay.
>>> Pat: Now, that worked for a month, that shouldn't happen. That did work.
>>> Shaun: Okay.
>>> Pat: So, like, in other words, all I can do, Shaun, is, as, all I can
>>> do, is say, alright, give the benefit of my knowledge and experience. I'm
>>> not a scientist, I'm never, like, I'm not an engineer.
>>> Shaun: For twenty odd million, yeah, where's it gone?
>>> Pat:  The money has gone, in.. it's twelve years, so, like if you said,
>>> to run a business over twelve years, you know, that cost money, like we've
>>> spent a lot of money on equipment, we've spent a lot of money on papers,
>>> we've spent a lot of money on staff.
>>> --
>>> Shaun: Let's say it all falls flat on it's face. If technology works,
>>> doesn't work, the whole thing goes wallop. Yeah?
>>> Pat: Yeah.
>>> Shaun: K? Where's Pat Corbett - where's Pat Corbett when he looks at his
>>> fucking two kids and his wife, and he goes, "I just wasted twelve years of
>>> my life, destroyed my reputation".. Where's Pat then?
>>> Pat: Ahm. It's not something I've actually thought about..
>>> Shaun: (interrupts) I'm asking you though.
>>> Pat: Yeah. The most important thing in my life is how my wife looks at
>>> me and how my two kids look at me.
>>> Shaun: Yep.
>>> Pat: That's it.
>>> Shaun: And if this goes tits up?
>>> Pat: Ahm.. (prolonged pause) The reason I feel like this..
>>> Shaun: (interrupts) Leave it.. No, don't..
>>> Pat: (interrupts) No, no, this is relevant.. We're not leaving it.
>>> (pause) That emotion (pause) is to do with my wife and my kids.
>>> Shaun: Yep.
>>> Pat: It's nothing to do with this gone tits up. Ok? So. (inhales) Let me
>>> clarify that. Ok? Now. I can't tell you in a way that you will understand
>>> that I know this thing is not going to go belly up. I can't tell anybody,
>>> like, look, if somebody's looking at this, and they're saying, right. I'm
>>> just a person on the other end of the screen. And.. To sound like anything,
>>> you know, if you say somebody'll see this thing about you know, saying
>>> something,  When you look, you know, and like.. All they're saying about
>>> everybody is that, the Henry Ford, Henry Ford said, you know I want the v8,
>>> they said, can't be done. Steorn, you know, creating a battery to recharge
>>> itself, can't be done. Okay? So, that's what people's.. But actually, I
>>> know, and that's what it is, Shaun, I know. And the very thing about all of
>>> the years, and let's forget about Shaun McCarthy for a second, and forget
>>> Mike Daily for a second. In all the years that basically I've been with
>>> Steorn, every single scientist or technologist that came in, into us, the
>>> first thing, what do I do? I build a relationship with them. That's it. You
>>> remember, d'you know, what you call it, two boys came in, represented the
>>> company from the Middle East, let's say, they came in, and they said, "But
>>> this works!" Well, of course it does, what did you think we'd do? Bring
>>> yous across for the day off, d'you know what I mean? So the thing about it,
>>> Shaun, is.. There's a question here, does it work? Yes it does work, you
>>> know. I think the real question is: can we turn this into something?
>>> Shaun: Yeah.
>>> Pat: That's the real question. But.. From the point of view of..
>>> Shaun: (interrupts) D'you ever quit? D'you ever give up on this.
>>> Pat: No, I won't. Because..
>>> Shaun: (interrupts) Is there more fight left in you.. Twelve fucking
>>> years is a long time, any more fight left in Pat Corbett?
>>> Pat: Listen, my fight hasn't begun yet. I haven't started yet. Because
>>> this is not.. We've, we haven't had to fight (yet), we've only had to get
>>> over the first hurdle. This'll be the first hurdle. Look man, the fight
>>> hasn't started yet, when the fight does.. that's why.. As I'm saying to
>>> you, it hasn't begun yet.
>>> ---
>>> ?: I believe you had a t-shirt before, posted before, went something
>>> like CEO vs COE.
>>> Shaun: Mm-hmm.
>>> ?: Ahm, I think the score at the moment is 5-0 in favour of COE. D'you
>>> believe the CEO's going to win out this time?
>>> Shaun: I'm a Birminham fan. A 5-1 result is..
>>> ?: So you're used to losing.
>>> Shaun: 5-1 result is considered a win. No. I, the truth of it is, yeah,
>>> in the promoting something that blatantly looks like horse-shit, is that
>>> you're going to get kicked around a lot. But, here's the other side of that
>>> coin: You only have to win once. And, yeah, well we've had obvious public
>>> failures and we've had obvious public disinterest in some of the stuff that
>>> we've done. I only have to win once. I can lose a hundred times, and win
>>> once. When I win once, we win.
>>> ---
>>> Shaun: Ok, so what we're going to do now is discuss the actual product
>>> itself, this is what we call the O-Cube The O-Cube is a very simple device,
>>> it's a power-brick or a power-cube that has one single USB output. USB
>>> output is 2.1Amps, so it can charge tablets as well as smart-phones and
>>> other devices. In terms of the components inside, there's really only three
>>> things. There's a standard USB PCB interface electronics, there's a
>>> Lithium-Ion battery and then there's the Orbo powerpack.
>>> Shaun: And how it actually works is very very simple. When you plug a
>>> device into this, what you're doing is draining the energy in the
>>> Lithium-Ion battery. But the Orbo device, the Orbo device is constantly
>>> powering the battery, so there can be situations where you draw and
>>> completely drain the Lithium-Ion battery, but what will happen is that over
>>> time, that the Orbo device itself will recharge the battery.
>>> In terms of power output, you're looking at approximately two full
>>> smart-phone charges in the 24 hour period. (The O-Girl appears) Pat now
>>> will discuss the sales buys and terms of conditions, thank you O-Girl.
>>> Pat: The O-Cube goes on sale in December and is available only from
>>> Steorn. The cost price of this unit is 1200 euros, we're also offering a 12
>>> month warranty return to base.
>>> Shaun: Ok, so, the way that we're demonstrating function here is that
>>> we're giving out the O-Cube to a variety of different people, and they will
>>> be reporting back on their day-to-day use of it, at each of the subsequent
>>> webinars. Pat, maybe you can tell us a couple of the people who are getting
>>> it, and obviously there'll be more, and, as the process goes on.
>>> Pat: Ok, the first of these companies is a company we've been working
>>> with for the last couple of months, a company called Rabbithole Promotions.
>>> This company works in the area of guerrilla marketing, and, (they're) very
>>> edgy in their approach and it's, we think it's a perfect fit for us.
>>> Shaun: Yeah, we think (that) they're going to do some really
>>> interesting, and unusual things with the Powercube in terms of their own
>>> day-to-day market and stuff. But we'll let them report back in the next
>>> webinar.
>>> Pat: Second company is a clothing company, also a Dublin-based company
>>> called Brickbear. Ahm, same as, these guys are into some very different
>>> type of clothing, and, we think there's.. there's a very nice fix as
>>> regards what the Powercube can produce for them on a day-to-day basis.
>>> Shaun: And while we do have a business relationship obviously with
>>> Rabbithole and Brickbear, gone to (there) myself and Pat sizes, but..
>>> there's no actual formal relationship. One last thing that we should say is
>>> that while the O-Cube is the first commercially available product with
>>> Orbo, there's a lot of stuff that's happening behind the scenes with
>>> respect to commercial licensing and what we're going to do is play you a
>>> quick video of the first.. an interview with the founder of the first
>>> commercial licensee of Orbo, and we'll let him speak for himself about his
>>> business, and what they're doing with Orbo.
>>> ----
>>> Liquid Solutions
>>> Killian McGrath (Founder): Liquid Solutions manufactures and distributes
>>> E-Juice products for the E-Cigarette industry. We manufacture them here in
>>> Waterford in our own facility, we do all the testing independently from
>>> outside the facility, and we produce a very high-grade product within this
>>> facility. We've the class to produce about a hundred thousand bottles a
>>> day, or five hundred thousand bottles a week, that's basically our
>>> production capacity. Yeah, the functions have gone really crazy, like when
>>> we started out first, we would've started out with a 650 milliamp battery.
>>> You know, a user would use that, in a day, you know and they would charge
>>> it again and they'd use it all over again the next day. They'd be using a
>>> head that would burn about one point six mills of juice a day. Now, four
>>> years forward, they're using heads that have 3 and 4 coils inside (of)
>>> them, they would burn four or five times juice with less nicotine, so,
>>> that's.. the trend is going there with the big vaporus, is they want less
>>> nicotine, and more puff, ok, so we're now starting to manufacture three
>>> milligram juice, whereas before, the weakest we done was six. Ok, now,
>>> three is the highest in the dripping, because they're taking in so much
>>> liquid to produce so much vapour, ok, they're still getting the amount of
>>> nicotine that they need, but they're burning about four times more juice.
>>> Well, you have, I suppose everybody and their mother after you really,
>>> if you think about it, because you know, the three big gorillas inside,
>>> you've got the tobacco companies we're doing a lot of damage to them. The
>>> E-Cig is doing so much damage to them now they wanna come in and take it
>>> over. Then you have the pharmaceutical guys, OK, the guys that are sitting
>>> in the background, they're like the little snipers, you know, they're
>>> pushing off press-releases, they're pushing out this just to discredit the
>>> product, why? Because nobody is buying patches, nobody's buying chewing
>>> gum, nobody is buying champax(?), OK, they've lost a whole industry, this
>>> product is taking over their industry, OK?
>>> Then you have the government side of it, the government is losing a lot
>>> of money from it, on the short side, because on the short side, they're
>>> losing revenue from taxes immediately, but on the long side, they would see
>>> the benefits of that in five or ten years, because they'll have less
>>> serious, I suppose carcinogenic-associated health problems, moving forward
>>> with the population. They will have less respiratory problems, because
>>> cigarettes are a huge cause of respiratory problems, in especially
>>> overweight people, and, people that are getting older in age. So the whole
>>> idea is that the British medical organization came out only a month ago and
>>> they said that if everybody in the UK gave up cigarettes and went on to
>>> electronic cigarettes, they would save 80,000 lives a year.
>>> --
>>> Liquid Solutions & Orbo
>>> Killian: In 2005 I would've went to a meeting in Steorn's offices in the
>>> Innovation Park in the Watlands(?) I would've sat down and listened to what
>>> the guys had found or were working on, and I would be that type of person,
>>> I would be very interested in stuff like that. New, something that's new,
>>> something that's cheeky and something that nobody else is doing.
>>> So yeah, I fell in love with the product, with the technology, and,
>>> yeah, that was 2005. 2006 you were making waves and you were moving along,
>>> then we all know what happened in 2007 and 2008, we had the big crash.
>>> Shaun: Fucking great, wasn't it!
>>> Killian: Yeah that was brilliant. We all had fun there! And I suppose
>>> when I started this project, Shaun, when I started three and a half years
>>> ago with Wicked E-Juice and making the juices, and then I kind of got a
>>> brain-wave one day and I said "Hmm, maybe we can get a battery from Steorn
>>> that we don't need to charge". And that's what started this whole project.
>>> But they're looking at today, they've gone up to 3,5 thousand milliamp
>>> unit, with a .2 warm head(?), up to 50 watt, now 100 watt, I was in England
>>> yesterday and I saw my first 300 watt battery (laughs), so, it's gone
>>> totally to the other side, it's gone to the total other extreme, whether
>>> that's going to stay going that way, or it's a fad and it'll eventually
>>> come back down to fairly standard products where you're using a 20 watt
>>> product or a 10 watt product which is roughly around 9 volts, 8 volts..
>>> Killian: Ahh.. No frustration. Little bit behind the times,  but you
>>> know, it's not a lollypop we're making here. You know what I mean? We're
>>> breaking new ground here. This has never ever been done before. You know,
>>> this is bigger than big, you know, this is bigger than the biggest thing
>>> that's going on in the world today, only for people don't know about us,
>>> and that's our job, our job is to get the products out there so people do
>>> know about us.
>>> We're Henry Ford with the Model T. That's where we are today. In ten
>>> years time, we may be Ferrari, you know, doing three hundred miles an hour,
>>> instead of ten miles an hour. That's all engineering challenges. To come
>>> over the next ten years, but that's where this product is going to go. This
>>> is only the beginning, we're only at the beginning, we're only scratching
>>> the surface where we are with this technology today. Where will we be in
>>> ten or thirty years of time..
>>> God only knows.
>>> ---
>>> Shaun: So, I wanna pretty much thank everybody for taking the time to
>>> watch this video, ahm, I know there's probably a lot in it, an awful lot of
>>> questions that people about the technology, does it work, how it works, and
>>> so on, let me be clear. We're not getting into any technical details at
>>> this stage.  But what we'll be doing is hearing from the guys who are using
>>> it. The next webinar we'll announce the date of it, early next week, we'll
>>> also in the next webinar be showing you some of the other products that are
>>> in the pipeline, we're showing some of the R&D stuff with respect to where
>>> does the Orbo battery go after the Powercube, and it will be obviously in
>>> mobile consumer electronics, so, all I'm saying, again, thanks very much
>>> from meself and Pat, we look forward to seeing you next time.
>>> --
>>> Transcript by Esa Ruoho / http://lackluster.bandcamp.com/ /
>>> esaru...@icloud.com
>>> --
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