Hank Mills, a frequent poster of Andrea Rossi’s official blog Journal of Nuclear Physics, recently posted an entry pleading the Italian inventor and the e-cat certificators to share new Hot Cat data showing the high temperature reactor running in self sustain mode. Mills is also an e-cat enthusiast following the e-cat progress since its first introduction to the LENR world. Mills’ request can also be interpreted as a polite way to ask for some validation from Rossi about the claims he made in relation to the achievements of the Hot Cat that he has described as marvelous. Mills wrote:
“I would like to humbly appeal to yourself, the directors of Leonardo Corporation, and the certificators involved in the testing of the technology to allow you to share data from a run of the hot cat in self sustain mode (steady temperature and power out put for at least an hour with no input) at the conference…Cynics can complain and skeptics can howl all they want, but they would not be able to dismiss the extreme significance of such test results…I literally beg of thee, please share such data. It would do a lot to end the mumbojumbo that is being spread by your enemies.”
Rossi’s responded: “If the data we have now will be confirmed, do not worry at all.”
In the latest entry posted on JONP, Rossi also told Frank Acland of E-cat World that he will report, not demo, the new results of the recent Hot Cat tests in the upcoming e-cat conference at the Polo Technologica inPordenone,Italy. This is definitely very exciting because it only means that the data they have has already been verified.
It is good to know that the data is now confirmed because Rossi and his team continue to engage themselves in a very serious effort to achieve their goals: “We are working like beasts on the Hot Cat, in theUSAas well as inItaly, and we are making something quite useful.” The hard work is indeed worth it.
Rossi has perhaps achieved something huge from his Hot Cat because he is obviously very excited to reveal the new results of the latest tests of his high temperature e-cat. Could this be the reason why the e-cat device has received attention from mainstream science? It should be noted that, for the first time, the American Nuclear Society will include an LENR session in its upcoming 2012 ANS Winter Meeting and Nuclear Technology Expo inSan Diego,CaliforniaonNovember 11 to 15.
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