Posts by: E-Cat World

The following was posted in the Replication Thread by Bob Greenyer []=Project Dog Bone=[] One week ago, the MFMP asked the question “So you want to see a replication?”, well, there seems to be demand for one (thanks for all the well-wishers…

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The following post has been submitted by Billy Jackson The Slow Pace of Technological Progress “When the Wright Brothers first began seriously thinking about the challenge of manned flight, their only goal was the notoriety that would come from b…

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The following open letter was posted by Peter Gluck on his Ego Out blog, and Vortex-l To: Giuseppe Levi giuseppe.levi@unibo.it Evelyn Foschi: unknown, please convey Tornbjorn Hartman: torbjorn.hartman@tsl.uu.se Roland Petterson: Roland.Pettersson@kemi….

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The following message was posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics by Andrea Rossi today To the Readers: I report a communication released today from Industrial Heat: “Recently we become aware of information being distributed offering ownership,share…

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The following press release was submitted by Vessela Nikolova. Announcing Publication of E-CAT “THE NEW FIRE”: the Biography of Andrea Rossi A new book providing details on the fascinating E-Cat saga is available: it is E-Cat “The New Fire”, …

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In the Huffington Post Blog today, contributors David H. Bailey of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (retired) and University of California, and Jonathan M. Borwein, Laureate Professor of Mathematics, University of Newcastle, Australia cover the lates…

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The following was submitted by Hank Mills. Lockheed Martin recently revealed that their Skunk Works division has completed a theoretical design for a hot fusion reactor. They hope to build a prototype in five years – with the goal of it operating…

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This was posted by Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project on the Replication Thread Can you help us make a BOM? We are starting to put together a Bill of Materials (BOM) and wondered if you could help! Here is the BOM so far http://bit…

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At the end of the Lugano report, the authors of the testing team conclude with this statement: “Moreover, the E-Cat results are too conspicuous not to be followed up in detail. In addition, if proven sustainable in further tests the E-Cat invention h…

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The following guest post was submitted by Michael Lammert. 10/20/2014 Response to Ethan Siegel and Comments on the E-Cat 32-Day Test Report Michael Lammert (AKA Dr. Mike) I hadn’t planned on posting any comments on the recent E-cat Report as I felt t…

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An article by Daniel Clery at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s news site ScienceInsider reports about new information presented at a news conference held at Lockheed’s Palmdale, California facility on Monday in whi…

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Thanks very much to jdituro for reporting on this event! I and my son were able to attend last nights lecture (Oct. 20th, 2014) by Tom Wind EE held at SUNY Orange in Middletown NY. I brought my son (at 12 a young scientist) with me, because I wanted hi…

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Below is an interview I conducted with PESN correspondent Hank Mills about recent developments with the E-Cat and upcoming replication efforts. Hank has been a long-time follower of the E-Cat, and has written extensively about it on PESWiki.com. (His m…

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I put a question today to Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics asking about whether he had time to work on the 1MW plant lately, and the current status of the project. This was his response: Frank Acland: I dedicate all my time to my 1MW baby…

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Andrea Rossi seems to be getting upset by some of the criticisms he is hearing about in response to the Lugano report. Earlier today he responded to an open letter to Stephan Pomp; he has now written in response to another criticism which comes from so…

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