Posts by: E-Cat World

There has been a lot of discussion about the use of hydrochlorquine/chloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, and many physicians around the world have been using it in treating patients, some reporting significant success. In some countries this has had approval from health authorities, in other countries, physicians have been using it in ‘off-label’ use. […]

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Thanks to Engineer48 for bringing my attention to the following video from South Korea which features an interview with Professor Kim Woo-Ju, Professor of Infectious Diseases at the Korea University College of Medicine. He talks about the various ways that COVID-19 can be passed on from person to person and emphasizes the importance of wearing […]

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Here are some interesting questions from Gerard McEk on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday, and Andrea Rossi’s responses: Gerard McEk March 28, 2020 at 7:05 AM Dear Andrea, If I understand it right, there are two parties testing the E-Cat SKL. AR: There are more than two parties examining the SKL. Some questions about […]

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There has been a new study published by the French group of researchers studying the use of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to treat COVID-19 patients: “Clinical and microbiological effect of a combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin in 80 COVID-19 patients with at least a six-day follow up: an observational study” From the abstract: We need an […]

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Mats Lewan has written a blog post about the growth rate of COVID-19 infections and looks at it particularly from the Swedish perspective. Sweden is an interesting case because they are one of the few western countries that has not as yet introduced mandatory lockdown restrictions. Schools, restaurants and other public places are still open […]

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News is inevitably focused on coronavirus throughout the world these days. It seems that we are all held hostage to it to one degree of another, and it’s a problem that needs solving in order for life to progress. We have one thread that is getting very bulky with comments so I thought I would […]

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We don’t know who the third party E-Cat SKL testers are yet, but Andrea Rossi has stated on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he has been interacting with them over Skype during this period of disruption due to the coronavirus outbreak. I tried to get a little better picture of what has been going […]

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The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have perfectly coincided with Andrea Rossi’s plans for third party testing of the E-Cat SKL, which I am sure has been a frustrating situation for Rossi and his team to be in. He had said that there was a firm date for testing to start in the […]

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Andrea Rossi has mentioned recently on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he has been able to make further improvements on the E-Cat SKL. Today he provided a little more information about the nature of the improvements. So apparently the power density has been improved, along with amount of electricity generated. Frank Acland March 18, […]

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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for the following post: Live Mizuno analogue running now @ Magic Sound Lab in California https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGSw_ir2JuM Chat is on, so post your questions and comments there. Alan Goldwater, who is running the test, has updated the live document here: http://www.quantumheat.org/index.php/en/home/mfmp-blog/554-mizuno-analogue-experiment He adds “This morning I pumped out the cell again, then […]

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Naturally I am following the unfolding story of the spread and impact of the coronavirus COVID-19 across the world. It has had a massive and devastating impact to many so far and it seems like serious problems will continue. We talk a lot about science and technology here, but this is not a medical website. […]

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Today I asked a question about the status of Leonardo Corporation’s business plan. Frank Acland March 14, 2020 at 8:42 AM Dear Andrea, How well-developed is your business plan at this point? Andrea Rossi March 14, 2020 at 9:33 AM Frank Acland: Our business plan is well developed, prepared well together with Deloitte and foresees […]

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Thanks to the readers who alerted me to an article on the Phys.org website about an article just published in Nature reporting on a Australian team of engineers who have managed to control nuclear spin exclusively with electric fields, rather than magnetic fields. Link to the Phys.org article is here: https://phys.org/news/2020-03-year-old-puzzle-quantum-breakthrough.html An excerpt from the […]

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This is a question that has come up here on ECW in recent days, and someone has posted a question about it on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today — what happens to the E-Cat if he is no longer around? Andrea Rossi has dealt with this question in the past and given similar responses, […]

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Some questions have been posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the impact of the coronavirus on Andrea Rossi’s announced third party testing and eventual public demonstration of the E-Cat SKL. Rossi stated recently that the testing would be taking place in Europe, although he did not specify which country. Today when asked by […]

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