“What is the future of the E-Cat home?” Or better yet is, “Where is this E-Cat home located?” And as a result of these questions or rather the answers to these questions, what is our future? These questions and answers are too much related to one another. If we do believe that cold fusion or low energy nuclear reactions will control energy production and is the next tomorrow that we are entering as we speak, then this issue of the E-Cat home is way too important. It is important because depending on who the owner of this “home,” i.e. the first E-Cat power plant that is going to be tested on October 28, is, such may be the future unfolding before our very eyes. Andrea Rossi has consistently stated that he wants his invention to benefit the people and humanity at large, not just such the rich and the influential. Does the US customer of Rossi subscribe under the same aspirations?
When the inventor was asked about the length of the test (whether it’s going to be a 24 test, and not only a 3-hour self-sustenance timeframe like the demonstration in Bologna on October 6), he answered that it was not up to him to decide, but rather to the customer, whose plant is going to be demonstrated and tested. The Italian nuclear physicist seems to take one step back when it comes to the 1 MW E-Cat power plant.
Who is this customer? It was suggested that it was Google. The last rumor hinted at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, a Silicon Valley company who is known for their support of green technologies, being the client based on their URL linked to the www.e-cat.com. On their Facebook page they denied the affiliation.
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