Andrea Rossi made a very interesting statement about his work in response to a poster on his official blog Journal of Nuclear Physics. Ecco Liberation, a JONP poster and an e-cat follower, asked the Italian inventor about his e-cat LENR based invention. The question has something to do with the ongoing testing of the fusor …
Italian inventor Andrea Rossi has recently disclosed the design of the 1-megawatt industrial e-cat. This is very surprising, shocking in fact, because Rossi does not usually provide too much information that is as surprising as this. The latest e-cat detail was posted on his official blog Journal of Nuclear Physics.
What is clear so far about the upcoming market release of domestic e-cat that Andrea Rossi is that the Low Energy Nuclear Reactions technology can generate massive amounts of heat that safe, clean and cheap. Other than that, it is still guesswork for many e-cat followers on what really is and how big is the …
Professor Emeritus of the Department of Physics at the University of Bologna, Sergio Focardi contributed to the development of the E-cat, the amazing device that produces energy in a process that it’s still barely known.
Ecat.com has been slowly releasing high quality videos related to e-cat fusion and Andrea Rossi.
In an essay submitted by Christopher Calder, he talks about the need for E-Cat fusion. He said that since the said device offers a cheap source of energy, it would eventually help reduce food prices. This way, food would become more affordable.
Quite a few setbacks have already been experienced along the way by Andrea Rossi and his team of professionals. First there was Defkalion, and now the undisclosed U.S. customer seems to be raising certain expectations or setting some rules that might not be compatible with Rossi’s commercial intents and his lawyers.
The US Department of Energy believes that the Cold Fusion technology, utilized in producing energy is simply not feasible.
After the previous article, where a discussion about possible implications of e-cat fusion was opened, and after receiving a very interesting comment from Brad Arnold, one of our loyal readers, we felt obliged to do some more research and follow-up with more outcomes of an e-cat fusion governed world. The following observations are based on Jed …
This is the first part (out of five) where Steven Krivit interviews Giuseppe Levi on the fusor, E-Cat Fusion progress and their work with on Cold fusion. In part 4 you will see Levi becomming a bit irritated with Krivits questions.