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I was just chatting to Sean a couple of minutes ago and he asked me to pass on the following :
A test unit which was built yesterday in Kinetica, in the temporary lab we have set up. Once we had signed off on the final magnetic configurations we went to transfer this magnetic config to the display case on the exhibition floor.
Here they ran into some technical issues, firstly a problem with the bearings, which was fixed once identified. The next issue appears to be an environmental issue. We think possibly the temperature from the lighting system in the immediate area, but this has to be further assessed in the morning.
The current plan of action is to have a technical meeting in the morning and we will update you from there - we are planning to turn on the web streaming by lunch time so we can give you an ongoing update on progress (and you can see some stressed Engineers working in real-time, if it is not fixed by then!)
The demo will go ahead as soon as we fix the small outstanding issues.
Please except our apologies on this and we will update you first thing in the morning.
From Steorn's Website:
"Due to technical difficulties we will now be live from London on the 5th July."
Featuring Guest Speakers:
Bill Reinert, National Manager of Advanced Technologies Toyota
Dan Glick (Freelance Writer for National Geographic, Smithsonian)
Susan Moran (Freelance Writer for The New York Times, The Economist)
Keith Kloor (CU-Boulder Scripps Fellow)
Peter Dykstra (CNN)
Len Ackland, CU-Boulder, Co-director of the Center for Environmental Journalism
Tom Yulsman, CU-Boulder, Co-director of the Center for Environmental Journalism
no_wuckin_ferries_mate wrote:Thanks for two arrogant replies.
Would anybody else be able to explain? I was just asking a polite question.
Also I was not aware that you could catch a virus just by visiting a website.
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