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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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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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Thanks to Michelangelo de Meo for posting about the following on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Researchers from Technova Inc. Nissan Motors Co., Kyushu University, Tohoku University, Nagoya University and Kobe University in Japan have published a paper in which they report on research activities conducted between October 2015 and October 2017 in which they […]

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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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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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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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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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The presentation of the E-Cat QX in Stockholm last week has been the topic of a great deal of discussion and scrutiny by people following the LENR story. From everything I have read, and people I have spoken with I would say that from the point of view of observers from the outside (i.e. the […]

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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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I have become used to the fact that the E-Cat is a topic that is ignored by the mainstream media, but still I think it’s probably one of the most important technological developments of our time. As Andrea Rossi prepares for the presentation of the E-Cat QX, one might think this would be the perfect […]

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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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I thought this was a rather interesting Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics from November 3: Gabriel berra November 3, 2017 at 5:59 PM The results of the 1 year 1 MW test seem impressive ! I appreciate that you think the QX will me much better but with COP of about 80 it […]

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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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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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