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There’s not much point in developing advanced energy technology if no one is going to be able to benefit from it, so one would think that if the E-Cat SKL is working well that Andrea Rossi and his team would be working on how best to commercialize it. I asked about this on the Journal […]

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A reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics has asked Andrea Rossi some questions about the implications of the E-Cat  with regards to climate change. From Rossi’s answers it seems that there has been something of a change in his thinking on the subject which might have implications for how he has decided to implement […]

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There has been some discussion on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about attendance at the upcoming E-Cat SKL presentation in Stockholm. Andrea Rossi has stated that as yet, no date has been decided on. My guess is that they will wait until the testing of the third party (scheduled to start in January) is completed […]

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Andrea Rossi had posted recently on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he hoped that the safety certification for domestic versions of the E-Cat SKL could be completed by April 2020, and that it was “not impossible” that domestic E-Cats could be on the market by November 2020. This is quite a different outlook from […]

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Here’s an answer to a straightforward question asked by a reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the location of the upcoming E-Cat presentation: Gian Luca December 3, 2019 at 7:12 AM Carissimo Andrea maybe someone has already asked this question but where will the next event take place? Europe vs USA? Andrea Rossi […]

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There has been a lot of discussion here and elsewhere about the revolutionary nature of the latest version of the E-Cat as claimed by Andrea Rossi. He is saying that the E-Cat SK Leonardo is a small box, about the size of a Rubik’s Cube, which can sit and put out hundreds, if not thousands […]

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Andrea Rossi has stated that the size of the E-Cat SKL is 10 x 10 x 10 cm, and the energy required to start up the E-Cat and maintain its operation is 38 W. However he has not yet given an output power figure. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Joseph Fine made a comment […]

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Andrea Rossi has not provided details yet about the power produced by the E-Cat SK Leonardo, but today he has given information about the power it uses to operate and some other features. Here is a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today. toussaint françois November 28, 2019 at 7:14 AM Dear Andrea Rossi, […]

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Andrea Rossi has been making some more comments about how he intends to roll out the E-Cat SK Leonardo. In contrast with the presentation he made early this year where he himself spoke about the E-Cat SK and showed a prerecorded video, this time it sounds like he intends to let a third party examine […]

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Frank Acland started E-CatWorld.com on April 4 in the year 2011 after Andrea Rossi had performed a public demonstration of his nickel-hydrogen-based steam generator named the Energy Catalyzer, or E-Cat. “A Focardi-Rossi news conference was late i…

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“The EcatSK is available now for industrial applications. If you want safe, reliable, competitively priced heat, we encourage you to contact us.” That was the announcement on the EcatSK demonstration broadcast live on the Network at http://…

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Abstract: Some theoretical frameworks that explore the possible formation of dense exotic electron clusters in E-Cat SK are presented. Some considerations on the probable role of Casimir, Aharonov-Bohm and vacuum polariza…

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Andrea Rossi has given a bit of a preview of what to expect at the presentation on January 31st. This evening he had responded to a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about whether he had ever observed ‘balls of plasma’ in the E-Cat, and he responded, ‘yes’. I followed up with a question […]

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2018 is in the past now, 2019 has just rolled around, and we’re now just a few weeks away from the much-anticipated presentation of the industrial E-Cat. Will it be a watershed moment? At this point it’s hard to know. Andrea Rossi has stressed this will be a commercial, not a scientific presentation, so if […]

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A new article by astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has been published on the Forbes website in which he holds again Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat as examples of what is wrong with science. https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2018/12/21/you-dont-need-a-scientific-hero-to-love-science/#37bf888734b7 The title of the article is “You Don’t Need A Scientific Hero To Love Science”, and the gist of the article seems […]

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