Dr. Natelson has posted his email correspondence with Steorn here. Some of the interesting parts are posted below. From Steorn's Email:
Please find attached a letter outlining the jury process and requesting information regarding your availability for a period of four consecutive days between November 1st and January 31st 2007.These types of conversations and documents present evidence that the Jury process is really happening. From Dr. Natelson's reply, it seems that he was so busy that he didn't even get a chance to read the attached letter. I'm guessing the letter discussed the actual testing of the device. Steorn has made it clear that the jury will be able to test in this manner.
My apologies for the delayed response. Unfortunately, betweenI wonder if Steorn consulted any high profile scientists about the jury process idea before moving forward with it. At the end of Dr. Natelson's email, he had this to say:
my academic and family obligations (which have both grown significantly
since I filled out the form on your website), I won't be able to
participate in your 'challenge'. Please pardon the inconvenience.
PS - I still don't understand the "jury" business anyway. Build andNote that Dr. Natelson has updated his blog entry with these details. The comments are worth reading also if you have the time.
demonstrate a couple of working units, and you can patent and publish
in the open literature.