So, I just got this mail:
And, at the same time, this mail:
And a few minutes afterwards, THIS mail:
DriveSafe.ly appears to be a mobile phone app which reads out text messages.
Now. I am, for the moment, going to be charitable, and assume that Steorn are merely grossly incompetent, and have accidentally opened their mailing list to all comers. I am going to entertain the notion, for now, that it is possible that the whole 'free energy' thing was not merely an attempt to gather email addresses for spamming purposes; I'm sure they got quite a lot of addresses from people who are fascinated with the ridiculous thing, and perhaps even some true believers.
But they had better clarify their position pretty damn soon.
Update - Just got this:
It looks like they may have fucked up their mailing list. This is a relief; I would hate to think that an organisation which publicised itself by talking about how it was going to provide rural Africans with free water pumps based on its magic technology was just a front for spammers.