Steven Krivit E-Cat Fusion Interview With Levi Part 1-5

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.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

4 Responses

  1. Brad Arnold says:

    US Defense Intelligence Agency, UNCLASSIFIED, DIA-08-0911-003 Technological Forecast: Worldwide Research on Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Increasing and Gaining Acceptance.

    Why is it so hard to believe the Rossi E-Cat is legitimate? Frankly, you’d have to be obtuse to believe that the Rossi E-Cat is somehow not getting over unity energy output, and that it is some kind of experimental error.

    By the way, here is a video by a Nobel prize winner in physics (I supposed the hardened cynic won’t believe him either):

  2. Brad Arnold says:

    I just received a phone call (at work) from a person who said he was Krivit. He thought I ran one of the ecat websites (I didn’t but did post comments critical of his journalistic work). He was pleasant enough, and I got the impression that he was earnest. When asked if he believed Rossi sold a 1 mw E-Cat reactor to a US firm, and that it would be emerging onto the market in Nov, he said he thought it wasn’t true. I told him I had a report commissioned by the US government that details (what we now call) LENR Ni-H experiments getting over unity results (using the “secret catalyst” KCO3), he wasn’t much interested. He did say that he called the University Rossi said to have paid half a million to study the science of his device, and they deny Rossi has paid them anything yet. I told him that I found an article, where the comments posted ( ) basically nullified his claim that the electricity in would explain the heated water out, he asked what article but only later did I find it. We closed the conversation when I said that in my opinion it was over 99.9% likely that the Rossi E-Cat was getting 6.5 over unity and that I would bet my life on it being legitimate, he wished me the best and hoped I continue being an activist for LENR.

    My diagnosis is that people generally first choose to believe a certain premise (like Rossi and his E-Cat are a fraud), then try to find evidence to prove their belief. Mr Krivit, though well meaning, seems to be doing his best to prove his belief. As I told him, my friend said the only way he was going to believe the E-Cat wasn’t a fraud was to see his neighbor own a working one (or for the mass media to all say it is legitimate). I’m afraid Mr Krivit and my friend are in the majority. God bless them.

    Let me close by saying if the Swedish Skeptic’s Society can be convinced, I believe:

    Also, Dr. Brian Josephson, winner of the 1973 Nobel Prize in Physics seems pretty convinced in this video also:

  3. I think Krivit was rude and acted like a idiot! Mr.Levi did a very good job at getting his views across,I understand a great deal more. thanks Mr.Levi nice job in spite of the idiot! But that’s news, you think Krivit would have done his homework!

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