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I put a question to Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the press release that was published yesterday. There were a couple of things in there that made me suspicious, especially that in some places the release it mentioned “fusion” and “cold fusion”, which Rossi has frequently stated is an inaccurate description […]

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The following press release has been issued today. eCAT.com Announces Live Video Demonstration of the eCat QX, November 24, 2017, 12 PM EST — LIVE VIDEO PRESENTATION — @ www.eCat.com MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / November 16, 2017 / From humble beginnings in 1991, the Leonardo Corporation has plowed time, energy and research funding into […]

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Andrea Rossi has announced the date of the E-Cat QX Presentation on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Andrea Rossi November 6, 2017 at 6:44 PM Pal: The date will be November 24th. The time will be 4 P.M. Miami time. Warm Regards, A.R. No exact location is provided yet. For US residents, this is the […]

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Documents posted on the European Patent Office’s Patent Register show that a patent that had been previously granted of Italian inventor Francesco Piantelli has now been revoked after opposition from Andrea Rossi’s Leonardo Corporation. The patent is titled “Method and Apparatus for Generating Energy by Nuclear Reactions of Hydrogen Adsobred by Orbital Capture on a […]

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I think it is clear now that Andrea Rossi will be holding a demonstration of the E-Cat QX in November. I know it’s an event that many readers here have been anticipating for many months now, and I expect there will be a lot of interest among readers here. Dr. Mike has given some good […]

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In recent weeks Andrea Rossi has started to comment quite frequently about a new goal he has for the E-Cat: to build an E-Cat powered engine within one year. As is usual with Rossi, we get few details. Being curious, I put a question to him about this topic today on the Journal of Nuclear […]

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Thanks to Veblin for posting a link to the proceedings of last year’s ICCF 20 meeting held at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan which have been posted on the LENR-Canr.org website here: http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BiberianJPjcondensedw.pdf Table of Contents: JOURNAL OF CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE Experiments and Methods in Cold Fusion Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on […]

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We have been hearing for quite some time now from Andrea Rossi about a planned presentation of the E-Cat QX, and from everything that has been said, it should be happening within the next few weeks. The exact date has not yet been announced; however, Rossi has confirmed a number of times that it will […]

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Today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Andrea Rossi signaled a new interest in connection with his E-Cat: Stirling engines. Stirling engines are heat engines that use the expansion and compression of a gas to provide mechanical energy. Below is a video of Bill Nye demonstrating a simple Stirling engine. Here are a few comments […]

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The authors of the Lugano report have been quiet for a number of years now regarding their report of the E-Cat that Industrial Heat sent them in 2014 for testing. A number of questions and critiques have been raised about the report, but no responses have been made publicly by the authors. From what I […]

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Thanks to Jean Yves Metivier for a pointed question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today. Andrea Rossi has been regularly saying in response to requests for updates something like “we’re on the way to Sigma 5”. Jean Yves was not satisfied with that reply and wrote this: Jean Yves Metivier October 5, 2017 at […]

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Over the last few months we have witnessed numerous catastrophic natural disasters in the Caribbean, Mexico and United States. Destruction has been catastrophic leading to the loss of life and widespread damage to property; and some places are now in full-blown humanitarian crisis. These awful events alert us to just how flimsy the infrastructures of […]

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Andrea Rossi has made some comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics recently that seem to indicate that the upcoming test he has been planning for will not now be held in October, but rather November. Here’s the latest Q&As on the topic from the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Brett September 23, 2017 at 2:57 […]

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Andrea Rossi had mentioned earlier this week on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that “our tech is mature to produce electricity only on industrial scale, using the Carnot cycle.” I noted that each year coal power plants are retired from service, having completed their life-cycle, and are not being replaced by new coal plants largely […]

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It has been almost impossible not to realize that there is a massive storm — Irma — that has already devastated some Caribbean Islands and is heading towards Florida, still as a category 5 hurricane with winds currently at 175 miles per hour. The most recent forecast map I have seen from the US National […]

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