Over the weekend, Dr. Mike has made some progress on his experiment:
I have a microcontroller board from another project which I'm going to modify. It will use 5 analog inputs (3 accelerometer, 2 magnetometer) and spit out serial data, hopefully at 230400 baud. I'll try for ascii so I can just use a terminal emulator to capture the data. Modification parts are on order.Also, in the comments of The Tickets Have Arrived here on Free Energy Tracker, 15-india-street points us to toiz's attempt to explain how the Steorn effect might work:
I've got rubber/plastic coated neos (N42 class) being shipped. Shapes are 1/2"X1"X1/4" with N-S thru the 1/4" and 1/2" diam X 1/4" thick disk. Not exactly what I wanted, but easily available and cheap.
Also, thanks go to alsetoken who posted this link to photos of Steorn's test machinery.
I hadn't seen some of those photos before, even though they were posted back in November!
One final note, this is the 100th blog entry here at Free Energy Tracker since March. We've had a lot to talk about! My favorite part about this whole experience is the collaboration, which is in full swing right now. Together I hope we can figure out what the heck is going on, be it galactic conquest or galactic embarrassment!