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Here are some interesting questions from Gerard McEk on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday, and Andrea Rossi’s responses: Gerard McEk March 28, 2020 at 7:05 AM Dear Andrea, If I understand it right, there are two parties testing the E-Cat SKL. AR: There are more than two parties examining the SKL. Some questions about […]

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We don’t know who the third party E-Cat SKL testers are yet, but Andrea Rossi has stated on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he has been interacting with them over Skype during this period of disruption due to the coronavirus outbreak. I tried to get a little better picture of what has been going […]

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Andrea Rossi has mentioned recently on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he has been able to make further improvements on the E-Cat SKL. Today he provided a little more information about the nature of the improvements. So apparently the power density has been improved, along with amount of electricity generated. Frank Acland March 18, […]

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This is a question that has come up here on ECW in recent days, and someone has posted a question about it on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today — what happens to the E-Cat if he is no longer around? Andrea Rossi has dealt with this question in the past and given similar responses, […]

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Some questions have been posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the impact of the coronavirus on Andrea Rossi’s announced third party testing and eventual public demonstration of the E-Cat SKL. Rossi stated recently that the testing would be taking place in Europe, although he did not specify which country. Today when asked by […]

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Here is a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today which gives an update about the current status of the E-Cat SKL testing. Milan February 24, 2020 at 1:42 PM Dear Dr. Rossi! Good that you returned optimist. If I may ask: 1. Do you think the Ecat SKL is now ready for third […]

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A reader (‘Physics Fan’)on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today suggested, as others have done in the past, that Andrea Rossi share everything he knows about his E-Cat technology rather than keeping secrets. Physics Fan believed Rossi would easily win a Nobel prize if he were to do this, and asked “Are you in it […]

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Update (Feb 5, 2020) Here’s another comment from today on the topic, when Rossi was asked the kind of problem they are dealing with: Andrea Rossi February 5, 2020 at 5:49 AM Steven N. Karels: Component failures. We must invent a component that does not exist, but we are close to resolve the problem. I […]

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I’m sure that many readers here are wondering what the status is of the presentation that Andrea Rossi has been talking about for a few months now. Recently he has said that he was optimistic that it would be held in February, but now it doesn’t sound like he is so sure. Here’s a Q&A […]

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Andrea Rossi stated yesterday on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that the 20 kW E-Cat SK heater (it does not generate electricity directly) that he reported had started operating in an unidentified industrial facility in November 2018 was still in operation, and that it was still using the same charge (i.e. fuel) that it had […]

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True to form, Andrea Rossi is not going to stop working to improve his latest E-Cat, it seems. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics today he answered a question about what he is working on currently: Nolan January 6, 2020 at 4:56 AM Are you also working during this period on the reduction of the […]

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We’re now into January, and on the topic of the E-Cat, I think the question on most people’s mind is what’s going on with the testing of the E-Cat SKL that Andrea Rossi said would take place this month, and when the projected Stockholm conference will take place. Steven Karels asked about this on the […]

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It is unusual these days for Andrea Rossi to engage in discussion about his theoretical understanding of what is going on inside the E-Cat. Normally when questioned about theory on the Journal of Nuclear Physics he will cite his most recent paper and tell people to refer to it for answers. But there has been […]

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I found this comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics interesting: Artur Klepacz December 26, 2019 at 7:39 PM Mr. Rossi, would it be possible to use electricity-producing E-Cat as mobile charger for currently available on the market electric cars? Would it be easy to create sufficiently powerful E-Cat generator that could fit into Tesla/Nissan […]

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Trying to get a better idea about the extent of the manpower behind the current E-Cat project I asked some questions today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Frank Acland December 19, 2019 at 9:29 AM Dear Andrea, About your team: 1. Is the team that is working with you on the various aspects of […]

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