There are a lot of experiments surrounding the LENR product of Italian inventor Andrea Rossi. Apparently, these experiments provided positive results. Rossi said that his fusor unit has made a marvelous achievement and he cannot wait to share the good news. The e-cat units of Rossi are currently under verification testing and patenting. In September this year, he promised to publish an e-cat report that will provide the details surrounding the technology’s operation. Until now, the theoretical basis of LENR reactions remains a puzzle. We can only get speculations from different people around the world who have been following the LENR saga.
Rossi once said that he will only provide the real situation happening inside his reactor once the testing and patenting certifications are approved. It is good news that we can read about it sooner than we expected. Rossi commented on his Journal of Nuclear Physics blog that the publication date of the report will be on the 8th or 10th of September. He even mentioned that it will be published in a scientific magazine. The identity of the magazine has not been disclosed.
A poster named Guru recently asked Rossi through his JONP website to choose from the following:
a) A sum of output energy from E-Cat is equivalent to sum of all transmuted materials plus all energy inputs? Or
b) A sum of output energy from E-Cat is many times bigger then equivalent of all transmuted materials (in fuel) plus all energy inputs?
Rossi stated b is better. Interestingly, Guru noted that he has this heretic hypothesis, that b) is in order. Hopefully, Rossi will be able to deliver the good this coming September especially now that the whole e-cat world is waiting for it to be on print.
Meanwhile, attendees from the recently concluded 17th International Conference on Cold Fusion have solicited key stakeholders to finance the replication project on cold fusion experiments especially the successful ones presented at the conference. There is no verification as of now as to what the feedback of this request. Held in Daijeon in South Korea, ICCF-17 invited prominent scientists to join the LENR conference such as Michael McKubre, Peter Hagelstein, Francis Tanzella of Brillouin, Menelaos Koulouris of Defkalion, David Nagel, Francesco Celani, and Jed Rothwell, among many other presenters. The speakers at the conference included Dr. Frank Gordon, retired from SPAWAR, and Prof. George Miley of theUniversity ofIllinois.
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