AP Writer from New York flying to Italy
by Joe Shea
Founder, HHO Games & Exposition
OCTOBER 27, 2011, 5:11am — One has to ask, when we’re one day away from what Forbes.com, Wired.com and Network World have called one of the most momentous days in world history – the demonstration of a 1,000,000-watt cold fusion reactor that can eliminate oil as a source of fuel forevermore – why major media like CNN, CBS, NBC, Fox and the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Washington Post have completely missed or spiked the news?
Even though people ranging from NASA Chief Scientist Dennis Bushnell, Nobel Physics Laureate Brian Josephson and the chairman of the energy committee of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences – who helps pick the Nobel Prize winner – have endorsed it, the E Catalyzer of Italian scientist Andrea Rossi that will be turned on for its 11th and final public demonstration – for fellow scientists, journalists and a customer, described as a major industrial organization – who’s coming at the University of Bologna Friday is still unknown to the American public.
In a word: the Big Oil behemoth that stands astride the world of energy has forbade it, and none dare brook its rage. Even the energy subcommittee staff of Rep. Henry Waxman had never even heard of the device, much less of the test, but top NASA scientists and engineers along with famed U. of Illinois Prof. George Miley, have studied it under a deep veil of unwanted secrecy – and Miley says he has replicated it at the prestigious Urbana-Champaign campus, site of one of the world’s most powerful computers.
Yet on Friday, when the supposed vital news organs of the planet are elsewhere, the American public may still be in the dark. (For more, see “TOP SECRET: ROSSI COLD FUSION DEVICE TOPIC OF NASA CHAT” on Oct. 21, below)
Update: I just got an update from a friend in Europe, and it’s kind of a neat story. Noting that no one in the major media seemed to be covering this, about 3AM this morning I called the AP in New York. The national desk put me on the line to Europe, and the guy that answered the phone was an Albanian friend who’d visited me in Hollywood, Calif., back in 2001. He called AP’s Rome bureau and alerted them to the story. They called New York. The upshot? The AP is flying their Science writer from New York to Italy to cover it tomorrow! One of those amazing coincidences that tell you there’s a God out there, watching every day – and that’s why he created friends.
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The American Reporter
[Steling’s note: I’ve sent a copy of this to Andrea Rossi to get his permission to relay the address of the event.]
— SilverThunder 22:25, 27 October 2011 (PDT)
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