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Is Andrea Rossi the messiah -- or just a very naughty boy?
The test of the E-Cat, as it’s called, was attended by “invited scientists from around the world, including staff from the University of Bologna,” and performed on one of the 52 units that are intended to be part of a one megawatt generating plant. "At 19:00, after 4 hours of continuous self-sustaining operation, the reaction has been interrupted as planned. This will allow some time for the E-Cat module to cool down.
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Hello group, Roy Virgilio (a close source to the Piantelli group who often posted reliable news on their ongoing work) wrote a post today in the italian Energeticambient forum that might interest Rossi followers as well. I will translate it below:
A new and potentially revolutionary invention is about the hit the market in October 2011.
reply to post by Arbitrageur But since Rossi and other people are guessing, instead of measuring, that's not good science. Quickly scanning over the latest Buzz on Rossi, I noticed that there had been some steam calculations recently.
Any honest observer regardless of their political leaning following the news would not be able to avoid the conclusion that the big corporations have essentially taken over the government in the last thirty years. Whether you think this is a good thing or a bad thing would depend upon your political outlook, I suppose. This is the proposition of a new book I am reading now titled "Who Stole the American Dream?"
by David Niebauer There has been quite a bit of activity lately in the field that used to be referred to as “cold fusion” and is now generally called “low energy nuclear reactions (LENR).”
The Andrea Rossi energy catalyzer or e-catalyzer is a commercially viable cold fusion technology which is launching this year. Defkalion Green Technologies will be manufacturing the e-catalyzer at their plant in Xanthi, Greece starting October 2011. This video is part 3 of our series tracking the main developments in the ongoing story.
One of the biggest concerns with the device is if all the water entering the system has vaporized into pure dry steam.
Andrea Rossi, inventor of the E-CAT (energy catalyzer) technology that enables Ni-H (Nickel-Hydrogen) cold fusion, has split with Defkalion Green Technologies.