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As usual, almost all the information we get about the current state of E-Cat process comes from Andrea Rossi via the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Of course it is information that can’t be confirmed from outside sources, but it’s the best information we have for now. As things stand right now, based on information that […]

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The following post is reposted from the Electron Clusters Project website here, written by “The Director” There are many names that have been used over the last century to describe the organized torodial structures of electrons that Kenneth R. Shoulders referred to as EVOs (Exotic Vacuum Objects). Regardless if these self organizing clusters are referred […]

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The following is from an email just sent out by Mats Lewan regarding the New Energy World Symposium which is scheduled to be held in Stockholm Sweden on June 18-19, 2018. Some of you might have noticed that I have decided to re-launch the New Energy World Symposium, focusing on consequences of LENR for society, […]

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Obviously with Andrea Rossi talking about mass production of the E-Cat QX using high tech ABB robotics, there are going to be steep costs involved, especially since he is starting from scratch. Here’s a question I put to Rossi today on this subject, along with his reply: Frank Acland January 14, 2018 at 4:14 PM […]

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If you want to get in idea of what went on at the November 24 2017 E-Cat QX demonstration, but don’t want to watch the full three hour show, a new video has been posted on the ecat.com website which condensed down the show to just six minutes. It includes Mats Lewan’s introductory explanation about […]

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There have been some interesting comments from Andrea Rossi today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding progress on the production of the E-Cat QX. david January 11, 2018 at 2:46 AM Dr Andrea Rossi: Did you make progress from the day of the convincing demo of Stockholm on November 24 to now? Best Regards […]

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UPDATE (Jan 8, 2018) Otto January 8, 2018 at 5:08 AM Dear Dr Andrea Rossi, Do you confirm that your robots will be made by ABB? Andrea Rossi January 8, 2018 at 9:19 AM Otto: Yes. Warm regards, A.R. Here’s the summary of ABB from Wikipedia: “ABB (ASEA Brown Boveri) is a Swedish-Swiss multinational corporation […]

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The following post has been submitted by Dieter Preschel I’ve seen Andrea Rossis demonstration of the Ecat QX, but I wasn’t impressed about the measurements he did, particularly with the oscilloscope. I’ve been a computer professional working for IBM from 1963 til 1996 and I really know how to use a scope. Andrea Rossi didn’t […]

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Commercial LENR in 2018?

On 31 dicembre 2017 By

It’s the last day of 2017 and a natural time to reflect back on the old year and look forward to the new. In terms of progress in the LENR field I have always thought that the most important thing is that the technology become commercialized in order to be put to use in the […]

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Andrea Rossi has made the following comment in response to questions about the experiments they plan to do test his theoretical hypotheses. Andrea Rossi December 30, 2017 at 9:03 AM Vince and Yuri: We are going to make dipole and quadrupole measurements of currents deflections. For the H/Li ion current we need a magnetic field […]

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On the Journal of Nuclear Physics recently Andrea Rossi has been discussing a hypothesis that the E-Cat is producing Antimatter. He has confirmed that the key point from Carl Oscar Gullstrom’s address at the Stockholm E-Cat QX presentation comes in the 26:40 to 27:10 part of the video here where Gullstrom’s slide states this: Low […]

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The following post has been submitted by Hank Mills There’s something truly special that makes Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat) devices produce excess power. Speculation has raged for years about the nature of his so-called secret sauce. Every time a nugget of information is provided about a design element added to a new reactor model […]

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A comment from Alberto on the Journal of Nuclear Physics came up with the following calculation I understood that the E-Cat reactor has a diameter of 0.08 cm and a length of 0.6 cm. This makes a volume of 0.04^2 x Pi x 0.6 cm^3, which makes 0.003 cubic centimeters. The power that has been […]

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The following post has been submitted by Hank Mills There’s a saying that there’s nothing new under the sun. That adage also holds true for the unidentified flying objects that have been sighted in the skies of our planet since antiquity. In fact, the astonishing rock-solid evidence of a startling encounter with a seemingly intelligently […]

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Rossi and the Robots

On 20 dicembre 2017 By

For many years now, Andrea Rossi has talked about his goal of building robotized production lines to build E-Cats. His reasoning has been that in order to be competitive he needs to be able to mass produce E-Cats in such large quantities, and so cheaply, that it will discourage competitors from reverse engineering his technology, […]

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