Posts by: Andrea Rossi Ecat

According to an article in the BBC NEWS Science & Environment, The National Ignition Facility, or NIF, has created a powerful laser with nothing more than “a small pellet of hydrogen fuel”. The article states:  “NIF, based at Livermore in California, uses 192 beams from the world’s most powerful laser to heat and compress a […]

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The Journal of Nuclear Physics is an open forum in which physicists, scientists, inventors, and any knowledgeable person interested in the field of nuclear physics. There have been, and continue to be some lively discussions on the forum, some of which get very technical in nature. This is also the forum in which Andrea Rossi […]

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Earlier this week, a commenter on the Journal of Nuclear Physics asked Andrea Rossi why he has been so reticent about giving information on the work he is doing. He commented: “Lately your comments have been very restricted and we have not from you the same amount of information we were used to read. “Why this? […]

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In posts of just a few days ago on the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Andrea Rossi shared with his readers that he works with a commitment to God and Man. Frank Acland, a frequent visitor to the forum, asked Mr. Rossi for a little more information about this: “You speak of your Team’s sense of […]

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Some time ago, Andrea Rossi informed the readers of the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he had observed some direct electricity production with the E-Cat. This is exciting news, and has been questioned a great deal by readers of the journal. However, Mr. Rossi has been understandably reticent in providing further details, considering that all […]

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Andrea Rossi expressed his regrets over the loss of his friend and advisor, Sergio Focardi, a few weeks ago. Although Mr. Focardi had semi-retired, he was still a frequent advisor to the developments in E-Cat and Hot Cat technology. Mr. Rossi often said that when he had issues with safety of the devices, Mr. Focardi […]

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On the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Eric Ashworth stated, a week or so ago, in a comment to another poster that: “It becomes painfully obvious that there is an ongoing conspiracy to hold back the advancement in scientific understanding but also the e-cat works so what is the problem there, I know Andrea needs certification […]

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For several months now, Andrea Rossi and his U.S. partner have been searching for an engine that can generate electricity from the heat produced by the Hot Cat. The E-Cat already produces enough heat to be used in industrial applications where heat is necessary. But the Hot Cat generates enough heat to run a steam […]

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Koen Vandewalle recently asked Andrea Rossi about a promise he made some months back. Mr. Rossi had said that at some point, he would probably make old reactors and bits and pieces of his prototype units available to the public to tinker with. Mr. Vandewalle asked: “Sometimes we think that technology and knowledge and strategy […]

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Joseph Fine has recently engaged Andrea Rossi in some interesting speculation on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. He provided links to a couple of sites, and commented to Mr. Rossi:  “Apparently, atomic clocks can now do more than just keep accurate time (as in GPS satellites). Now, they can be used to perform quantum simulations. […]

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Andrea Rossi communicates with the E-Cat community through his blog, the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Frank Acland, who has been a great supporter of Mr. Rossi throughout the development of the E-Cat, recently asked him: “Now you are the chief scientist of your USA partner, should we expect important announcements regarding the E-Cat to be […]

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Andrea Rossi and the Leonardo Corp. are still looking for a Stirling engine (or a similar system) to be used in conjunction with the Hot Cat. They have enough heat to produce steam, which can be used to produce electricity, but they need an engine that can convert the steam.  Unfortunately, while waste energy engines […]

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The E-Cat first burst on the scene was a mere year and ½ ago with the first commercial plant, and hopes surged in regards to heating. Not only could domestic models help millions of people warm their homes and offices, larger models could supply heat to industrial buildings and large office complexes.  However, about a […]

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The Journal of Nuclear Physics is Andrea Rossi’s blog. However, he has not had a lot to say, lately. While there is still some highly technical – and often heated – discussions recorded on the JONP, but Mr. Rossi himself seldom comments these days. Tom Conover, who has posted frequently on the JONP, supplied some […]

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E-Cat FAQs

On 29 luglio 2013 By

Andrea Rossi recently provided some pertinent information to the readers of the Journal of Nuclear Physics. As questions continue to come to the journal, many of them are simply the same question worded in different ways. This is Mr. Rossi’s way of dealing with the issues, as the manufacturing of the E-Cat is perfected. He […]

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