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Andrea Rossi answered a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today asking him to explain in a few words what his theoretical thinking was about the E-Cat effect. This is his reply: Andrea Rossi July 18, 2018 at 5:13 AM Prof: Standard Model: elementary particles are tiny vibrating waves, quantistically defined, in a particular […]

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I had not seen any report from Andrea Rossi until now about the temperatures that he is achieving with the E-Cat SK. Here is a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today: E. Hergen July 17, 2018 at 8:11 AM Dear Mr. Rossi, in a former reply you said you have reached a power […]

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Andrea Rossi seems to be concentrating his efforts now on developing the 100 kW E-Cat SK reactor, which he reports he is combining with a gas turbine. Here’s a Q&A on the subject from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today: Chuck Davis July 14, 2018 at 7:01 PM Dr Rossi: 1- do you already have […]

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Here’s an interesting exchange on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today regarding the issue of whether the E-Cat produces ionizing radiation. Prof July 4, 2018 at 7:30 PM Dr Andrea Rossi There is a buzz in the internet that your Ecat SK could have issues related to the radiations it could emit. Are you worried […]

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Andrea Rossi had been reporting that a very important test of the the higher-powered E-Cat SK was to take place at the end of June and yesterday on the Journal of Nuclear Physics he reported that he was extremely pleased. Here are a few of his comments: “I just finished now the test with the […]

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Andrea Rossi was asked on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday about who he has been talking to since he announced that Leonardo was ready to make deals to sell heat. Wilber Averhart June 28, 2018 at 10:27 AM Dear Andrea, I suppose you are already in advanced status with the development of agreements to […]

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From various reports from around the world, such as the recent ICCF-21 conference in Colorado, we know that there is a dedicated group of researchers who are working hard in the LENR field, and are having some experimental success demonstrating that LENR is a valid field of scientific research. This has actually been the case […]

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From comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics, and in my recent interview with Andrea Rossi, it is clear that in recent weeks he has turned his attention from the E-Cat QX to the E-Cat SK. Although he hasn’t gone into a great deal of detail, he has been talking about using the 100 kW […]

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An interesting post by Tom Kaminski on this thread: In March, 2016 the local IEEE Section toured the central heating/cooling plant for the University of Wisconsin, Madison campus. It produces roughly 300 MW of steam and could also use steam-turbine driven chillers for chilled water. The site was recently converted from coal to natural gas […]

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The most interesting piece of information, for me, to come out of my recent interview with Andrea Rossi was his answer to my question of how much money a customer will save by switching from their current energy source to the E-Cat. Rossi said the actual saving would depend on the specific situation, but said […]

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I had the opportunity to interview Andrea Rossi on June 11 2018 about the latest developments in his efforts to commercialize the E-Cat. You can listen to the interview at the YouTube link below. https://www.youtube.com/embed/MEZ7HTUe0JQ A few of the main points covered: The 100 kW E-Cat SK is still under development, and will undergo tests […]

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I recently sent some questions to Andrea Rossi about his work on the E-Cat SK. Below are the questions and his responses. 1. You said that the testing took place at a laboratory that was not your own lab. Why did you go to a different lab for this test? I needed particular instrumentation I […]

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Andrea Rossi has made some comments the tests that he and his team have carried out over the weekend on the latest version of the E-Cat that is called the ‘SK’ (named after the late Swedish physicist Sven Kullander). This is apparently a more powerful reactor than the QX. Here are some recent comments from […]

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I found an exchange between Gerard McEk and Andrea Rossi on the subject of the E-Cat as a quite interesting and thought provoking. Gerard wrote: Wouldn’t you agree that, assuming that people are indeed the cause of the change in climate by burning fossile fuel, the Ecat IS the short term solution? If you have […]

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This week’s revelations by Andrea Rossi about Leonardo Corporation’s business plan and technical strategy has been one of the most surprising things I have learned since I started following the progress of Rossi’s E-Cat. I was not terribly surprised to learn that Rossi was planning to sell heat, rather than plants, because this is something […]

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