Not too many scientists have been bold enough in speaking in favor of the cold fusion, which is today positioned as Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (or LENR). Since the fateful experiment back in 1989, when Fleischmann and Pons discovered cold fusion, which unfortunately could not be reproduced, the phenomenon was pretty much banned from the big-time science and engineering, because it allegedly contradicted contemporary laws of physics. That is not, however, to say that this branch of nuclear physics has been completely hidden from plain view. There have been a few revolutionaries along the way, who have supported the claims of Pons and Fleischmann, with little result. That is until recently. One of such cold fusion revolutionaries is Andrea Rossi, whose E-Cats (Energy Catalyzers in full) are claimed to be the answer to energy problems, where this device – whether in industrial setting or one for the domestic needs – gives out excess heat, which is rather cheap. And when it comes to the industrial setting – with the help of the Siemens turbines – Rossi is hoping to achieve electricity production in the days to come.
Thankfully he does not go it alone, as there is some support from other entities. One of the voices that recently spoke in support of LENR and E-Cats in particular was Brian Josephson, a Cambridge University professor, known for his achievement – a Nobel Prize. His name did already come to the surface in relation to E-Cat fusion, when he lent his voice in support of Francesco Celani, who was interested in being given an E-Cat module for the purpose of independent tests. Mr. Celani’s offer was refused by Rossi, and Dr. Josephson’s involvement in the matter did not help the issue.
Apparently the interest of Brian Josephson has been in place for quite some time, as it was recently reported that this Nobel Prize winner was interviewed by Judith Driscoll back in July, which was still several months prior to the unveiling of the first 1 MW plant run on E-Cat fusion. No matter how damaging such a stand could be to the reputation of a Cambridge University professor, he did speak in favor of it. Let me share a line from that interview, which speaks volume of that, which is now at stake: Scientists and the media are looking away.” So he seems to believe that there is an intentional; agenda behind the lack of attention paid to the developments of Andrea Rossi (unless this is the bad type of attention, where they look for ways to discredit the invention and its inventor). He attributed this unwillingness to test new waters and to see how deep it is to the origins of cold fusion and the initial response to the phenomenon. Now pretty much everybody looks at what Rossi does through the prism of what had been established well before this humble yet bold Italian engineer, who is preparing to unfold one of the greatest inventions in recent years.
The video of Dr. Brian Josephson being introduced is available on the web, and it can be freely accessed at http://coldfusion3.com/.