Posts by: E-Cat World

A new web page has been published for the E-Cat SK presentation on January 31st: http://www.ecatskdemo.com/ So far there’s not much information there: just a countdown clock and an image of ‘something’ covered up by a dark cloth with the caption: “On January 31, 2019 at 9am the Ecat SK will be unveiled. Come back […]

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Someone on the Journal of Nuclear Physics posted a link to a video by Ben on the YouTube Channel NightHawkInLight in which he provides instructions on how to replicate a material similar to ‘Starlite’ which was invented by a British hairdresser and inventor named Maurice Ward. Ward invented a material that could resist temperatures beyond […]

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Andrea Rossi has given a bit of a preview of what to expect at the presentation on January 31st. This evening he had responded to a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about whether he had ever observed ‘balls of plasma’ in the E-Cat, and he responded, ‘yes’. I followed up with a question […]

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Thanks to a couple of readers who have alerted me to a new article published on the Medium site by Brian Bergstien titled “Finally, Fusion Power Is About to Become a Reality” https://medium.com/s/2069/finally-fusion-power-is-about-to-become-a-reality-c6b8b5915cf5 The article catalogs many of the problems that fusion projects have had to deal with over the decades. Designing, testing, redesigning has […]

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LENR in 2019

On 1 gennaio 2019 By

2018 is in the past now, 2019 has just rolled around, and we’re now just a few weeks away from the much-anticipated presentation of the industrial E-Cat. Will it be a watershed moment? At this point it’s hard to know. Andrea Rossi has stressed this will be a commercial, not a scientific presentation, so if […]

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In late December 2018, a bill titled Nuclear Energy Innovation and Modernization Act (NEIMA), was passed by both houses of the US Congress, and sent to the president for his signature. One major purpose of the bill is to encourage innovation in nuclear energy technology and make it less burdensome to bring new types of […]

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Thanks to Camillo Urbani for making this post, clarifying a comment by Italo Romano on this thread. My name is Camillo Urbani (degree in physics, Padova 1972) my site didatticacomputer.it For a misunderstanding Italo Romano believed he understood that it was Focardi who organized the experiment. It was not Focardi but another former Rossi collaborator. […]

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Another Christmas season has rolled around (the eighth since this site began), and I hope that it is a happy and peaceful one for all our readers! For me and my family, it’s a special time, where we can have some extra time to be together. I hope you can all have Thanks to all […]

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Thanks to georgehants for posting the the following link from Next Big Future regarding Brillouin Energy: https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2018/12/2018brillouinenergy.html The article is written by Brian Wang who has interviewed Brillion and reports that Brillouin is now consistently able to produce between 50 and 100 Watts of power with a COP of 2 (i.e. twice as much power […]

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A new article by astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has been published on the Forbes website in which he holds again Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat as examples of what is wrong with science. https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2018/12/21/you-dont-need-a-scientific-hero-to-love-science/#37bf888734b7 The title of the article is “You Don’t Need A Scientific Hero To Love Science”, and the gist of the article seems […]

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The E-Cat and Safety

On 21 dicembre 2018 By

A reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics (Keith Thomson) posted a comment which brought up a question that I am sure will be on the minds of anyone considering using the E-Cat as an energy source: how safe is it? He stated that the E-Cat needs to be shown to be safe in all […]

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Thanks to tlp for sharing about a new video that has been posted by Brilliant Light Power which shows an operating SunCell which is glowing red in certain places. The video is only 12 seconds long, with out any commentary, except a short exclamation by the operator at the end when he focuses on one […]

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There has been some interest from ECW readers about holding meetings on the day of the event where people can gather together to watch Leonardo Corp.’s E-Cat SK presentation on January 31st. Orsobubu was the first person to bring this up and said he would be interested in having such an event in Milan, Italy. […]

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Coming on January 31, 2019 2:00 p.m. GMT (9:00 a.m. US Eastern Time) Leonardo Corporation will be video streaming a presentation of the E-Cat SK, which Andrea Rossi has described as LENR-based heat source which can be used for industrial purposes. E-Cat World will be streaming the event live on this page. Local Events There […]

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Thanks to Jonas Matuzas for posting a link to a new paper in the Always Open thread. http://www.worldscientificnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/WSN-114-2018-195-207.pdf The title of the paper is ‘The “Renaissance” in Nuclear Physics: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions and Transmutations’ by Paolo Di Sia, published in World Scientific News an interdisciplinary journal published under the auspices of The Ministry of Science […]

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