Energy Catalyzer first test videos – January 14th 2011 – Bologna-Italy

Energy Catalyzer Bologna University Test 1/3

Energy Catalyzer Bologna University Test 2/3

Energy Catalyzer Bologna University Test 3/3

Today, Saturday january 15th, at 10:00 AM Sergio Focardi and Andrea Rossi will be on-line for the press conference with Journal’s readers.

The press conference will start at 10 a.m. Italian Time.
To put questions, you will have to send your inquiry as a comment of this post, you will receive the answer in real time online.

Warm Regards,

The Board Of Advisers of the Journal Of Nuclear Physics


  • Dear Dr. Rossi, in this comment http://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.com/?p=360&cpage=12#comment-29741 Mr. Hofmann proposed an experiment to determine the possible effect of cosmic muons on your reaction. You did not comment on this proposal, don’t you think it’s an important point? Really, we all know about muon-catalyzed fusion and about the continuous shower of galactic muons arounds us, if these particles have any considerable effect on your system then 1) it will not work deep underground and 2) it gets really interesting to find out the effect of possible supernova explosion somewhere “near” (like Betelgeuse) when the world is powered with your devices.
    Many thanks for your really fine work and good luck for your team!

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Alex N:
    If the water supply, for any reason, is stopped the supply of hydrogen is stopped and another circuit of water cooling is activated.
    Warm regards,

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Henk Houkes:
    Thank you for your suggestions. We are thinking about them.
    Warm Regards,

  • Henk Houkes

    Dear Mr Rossi,
    Have you considered using a transparent vessel for your reaction chamber, e.g. quarz or ceramics.
    That would allow to directly harvest the emitted UV and other radiations with photovoltaic cells, producing electricity without moving parts!
    thanks, and lots of success

  • Alex N

    I wish you success! A question: if water is flashed to steam, what might be the effect if the water supply is stopped? Would the reaction heat up and “run away” causing damage of worse?

  • Marco Ricci

    Egregio ingegner Rossi congratulazioni per tutto il suo lavoro, questo è il mio modo per esprimerle tutta la mia stima anche riguardo alla sua risposta del March 27th, 2011 at 8:12 AM:
    Siracide 38,6 Dio ha dato agli uomini la scienza
    perché potessero gloriarsi delle sue meraviglie.

    1Corinzi 12,7 E a ciascuno è data una manifestazione particolare dello Spirito per l’utilità comune:
    1Corinzi 12,8 a uno viene concesso dallo Spirito il linguaggio della sapienza; a un altro invece, per mezzo dello stesso Spirito, il linguaggio di scienza;
    1Corinzi 12,9 a uno la fede per mezzo dello stesso Spirito; a un altro il dono di far guarigioni per mezzo dell’unico Spirito;[…]
    1Corinzi 12,11 Ma tutte queste cose è l’unico e il medesimo Spirito che le opera, distribuendole a ciascuno come vuole.

    Romani 11,33 O profondità della ricchezza, della sapienza e della scienza di Dio! Quanto sono imperscrutabili i suoi giudizi e inaccessibili le sue vie!
    Romani 11,34 Infatti, chi mai ha potuto conoscere il pensiero del Signore?
    O chi mai è stato suo consigliere?
    Romani 11,35 O chi gli ha dato qualcosa per primo,
    sì che abbia a riceverne il contraccambio?
    Romani 11,36 Poiché da lui, grazie a lui e per lui sono tutte le cose. A lui la gloria nei secoli. Amen.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Jed Rothwell:
    Thank you for this sad information about the departure of our fellow Scott Chubb. I am sure he will help all of us from where he is now with his Infinite Energy.
    We all of the Journal Of Nuclear Physics send our sincere condolences to the Scott’s Family, to Anne Pond and to Lauren, Kathleen and Scott Jr.
    He was and remains a great scientist. He is alive now more than ever.
    Andrea Rossi and the Board of Advisers of the Journal Of Nuclear Physics.

  • Here is an sad announcement somewhat unrelated to the Jan. 14 experiment.

    Cold fusion theorist Scott Chubb died on March 25, 2011. Christy Frazier of Infinite Energy magazine announced:

    It is with great sadness that we share the news that Scott Chubb, our friend and colleague, has passed away at the age of 58 (January 30, 1953 – March 25, 2011), after a nearly two year battle with cancer.

    You may send condolences to Scott’s family (his wife Anne, his two daughters Lauren and Kathleen, and his adult son Scott Jr.) at:

    Anne Pond
    9822 Pebble Weigh Court
    Burke, VA 22015-3378

    Scott wrote many theory papers, some of which can be found in the library a LENR-CANR.org. He co-authored several with his uncle, Talbot Chubb, who is also a theoretician. Talbot has been active in physics since the 1940s, in the early space program. Both Scott and Talbot worked at the Naval Research Laboratory. Scott was the editor of “Infinite Energy.”

    Scott brought energy and good cheer to the field, and we shall miss him. He was always exuberant and interesting to talk to, bubbling over with ideas. His personal life was full of difficulties, yet he remained upbeat until the end. His last paper was about Rossi’s recent experiments. It does not reveal any hint of his personal distress:


  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Daniele Passerini:
    Your question is very important under a philosophycal point of view.
    To translate in English your questions, to allow all our Readers to understand, you are asking:
    1- Since I am working in a scientific environment, why did I profess that I am a Christian catholic believer to answer a question in your blog?
    Shouldn’t a scientist be a Darwinian evolutionist?
    2- How can I explain the existence of God after what happened for example in Japan ?
    About Darwinism: my opinion is that Darwinism can explain perfectly how living beings, vegetable and animals, have evoluted through the million years to make themselves more fit to survive, throughout a selection of the more fit characteristics. But I do not think that this can explain how humanity has evolved. The reason of my opinion is quite simple and practical, rooted in mathematic calculus of probabilities. If we want to sustain that humanity is evolved from protocellular beings, born from “casus”, then we have to admit that the possible combinations of casual beings are close to infinite. Therefore, spontaneous and casual evolution should have produced in our Planet millions of evoluted beings able to compete with humanity in the field of arts, culture, physics, politics, etc etc. The probability, under a mathematical point of view, that only humanity could be born from a casual evolution of DNA combinations are equal to zero, or, if you prefer, equal to 1 against billions, so much are the possible combinations of chromosomes structure and chromosomes series. But only one combination worked, the one who brought to the existence of humanity. To sustain that the casus has brought only humanity is as probably wrong as to sustain that in billions of billions of planets in the Universe only the Earth contains living beings. A Darwinian evolutionist could sustain that no other evoluted being exists in the earth able to compete with humanity because of the selection. But also this is unsustainable: no evidence exists in the archeology of evoluted beings defeated from humanity and extinguished for this reason. Humanity has fought against animals, not against other forms of evoluted beings, where evoluted beings means living beings able to change through experience their way of life, producing art, science, politics…(no, politics no..).
    2- How to make compatible what happened in Japan (and in Holocaust, and in many other unacceptable situations) with the exhistence of God? To ask me this is as to ask my dog about the correlations between the universal relativity of Einstein and the quantum chromodynamics. I can’t read the mind of God. But I have a doubt, about what happened in Japan: are we sure that all the atomic bombs explosions tested in the Pacific Ocean did not change the configuration of the bottom of the sea in that area? I read that few inches of displacement of the bottom sea has caused that disaster…
    Thank you for your questions,
    Warm regards,

  • Gentile ingegner Rossi, Lei ha dichiarato, in risposta a un lettore del mio blog Ventidue passi d’amore e dintorni
    di essere credente e cristiano cattolico (vd. tra i commenti a questo post)

    Molte persone ritengono che scienza e fede siano inconciliabili, per esempio alla luce dell’indiscutibile conferma della teoria evoluzionista di Darwin.
    Come concilia Lei la Fede con il Suo ruolo di uomo di scienza?
    E come concilia l’esistenza di Dio con catastrofi naturali come quella avvenuta in Giappone?

    Colgo l’occasione per rinnovarLe fiducia e stima e augurarLe buon lavoro.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Ryan Elson,
    Thank you for your enthusiasm. I am studying your suggestions. After Octobers’ start up of the 1 MW plant we will be ready for the commercial organization; you are right, I said the cost will be around 2.000 $/ kW. About the domestic plants the authorization issue is very important, we cannot dodge it: there are laws, and the laws must be respected. Authorizations for industrial plants will be much easier than for households, for obvious reasons.
    But contact me in end October, we will have to talk.
    Warm regards,

  • Ryan Elson

    Thanks, please keep us posted about that, I do have a few more ideas but I don’t entirely understand what it is that is taking place internally. The pressure vessel and 500 degree temps reminds me a lot of CVD; although reports are unclear as to how the nickel fuel is prepared. I’ve gotten that it could be:
    nanoscale engineered before hand
    just a fine powder that undergoes nano-scale changes during the reaction
    I am assuming that some degree of nano-scale control is taking place which is giving you success over pons-fleishman’s discovery…
    Also, I heard on your interview that the 1MW plant will be 2 million dollars. I listened to you on coast to coast, that pegs this at $2,000 per KW and you even mentioned that the 10KW model could cost shortly as little as $5,000. Count me in. I don’t need any approvals and such, your technology in my opinion is 100% safe, although, I have yet to grasp what reactions exactly are taking place; if you are willing to stand right next to your machine while it runs, then I have no problems with doing that either. Count me as one of your first customers for this product. Also you are in need of technicians to service these units, hence why I am interested in understanding your technology. With a fleet of consumer products, you will need a group of people like me who can understand what is going on, how to safely handle materials and incidents of potential containment breach. If you are willing to put your entire fortune on the line, and your life on the line because you understand the technology well enough you are willing to spend hours next to the device, then I am willing to risk mine and stake a future career and my life on such a device. If you like my hydrogen generation idea and you find this beneficial then I am sure you might enjoy a few of my other ideas once I understand your technology better and have had time to work on them to make them compatible with it.

  • I suggest to retry this experiment within a very deep tunnel or cave. The catalytic of µ- Particles, suggested by Sacharow 1948, is an accepted factor of cold fusion. This µ- Particles are present as result cosmic rays hitting the earth. Within a very deep cave there is a very reduced µ- activity. If µ- is involved in the reaction, the system will not work within the cave. This may give an important hint of the nature of LENR.

  • Joseph Fine

    Dr. Rossi, Ryan Elson:

    To make Hydrogen available for the E-catalyzer, Mr. Elson suggested electrolyzing water using power from one or more of the 10 Kw modules. I may have said this before, but why not use a Magnegas Refinery to generate Hydrogen? Magnegas is mostly Hydrogen and the Plasma Arc Flow (TM) method may be a more efficient method to produce it.

    Besides, you and Dr. Santilli have a lot to talk about.



  • Rick

    Is space like a chessboard?
    Physicists at UCLA set out to design a better transistor and ended up discovering a new way to think about the structure of space.

    Space is usually considered infinitely divisible — given any two positions, there is always a position halfway between. But in a recent study aimed at developing ultra-fast transistors using graphene, researchers from the UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy and the California NanoSystems Institute show that dividing space into discrete locations, like a chessboard, may explain how point-like electrons, which have no finite radius, manage to carry their intrinsic angular momentum, or “spin.”..

    Penso che questa scoperta sia fondamentale anche per il vostro lavoro.
    E segnalo nuovamente la ricerca “eretica” di Nassim Haramein
    Siamo in tempi che ricorderemo molto a lungo se superiamo le sfide che abbiamo ora davanti.
    Grazie ancora per il suo lavoro sig.Rossi.

  • EnergyGuy

    Dear Mr Rossi,

    I only would like to say that I trust your work 100% and already now I am thrilled to hear about the results when your power plant will have started working in October.
    (In case your team needs a skilled computer scientist sometime in the future, don’t hesitate to contact me)

    Cordiali saluti

  • C. Papademitriou, Berkley

    The following is a recent statement of the Astronaut and Professor Brian O’Leary (http://pesn.com/2011/03/25/9501796_Breakdown_to_Breakthrough_is_Possible_Now/)

    The Rossi reactor is crucially important to the credibility of an energy solution revolution because after dozens of proof-of-concept experiments over the years, we at last have a technology that will likely be able to stand alone in its ability to compete in the marketplace as well as provide the world the kind of energy source it so desperately needs.

    To Dr Rossi and his team: Keep walking!

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Lawrence Hayward:
    Since we do not accept advertising, for us is not much important the statistics stuff. I got the sensation our audience is growing up from the mails we receive, but, sincerely, I am not able to answer you. I want to remember that the Journal Of Nuclear Physics has not at all money income from any source, it is based on the voluntary work of our board of advisers, who makes the peer reviewings for free. We want to maintain absolute indipendence, so that we want not to accept advertising. All the papers are published for free, once the peer reviewing has passed them; our authors are not bound by our copyright, therefore they are absolutely free to publish everywhere else the papers we put on the Journal. For all these reasons statistics for us are not important, although I have the sensation that our public is growing up and likes the way we work.
    Thank you for your kind attention,
    Warm regards,

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Ryan Elson:
    Thank you for your suggestion. I will study carefully all the implications.
    Warm regards,

  • ryan elson

    hi rossi and focardi,
    Just wanted to note that you ought to be integrating a means to produce hydrogen with the device, so that one need only refill with water, and then get servicing with hydrogen. They won’t be using the 10kw all the time, so why not use that energy to split hydrogen off of plain water and then use that as a fuel source so that once hooked up to plumbing your device need only be serviced with nickel every 6 months. If you are building a 2 million dollar power plant then the least you ought to do is make the hydrogen on-site and make things more efficient. Even a 20K investment into this would make nickel the only fuel needed to be transported to the site.

  • Lawrence Hayward

    Dear Mr. Rossi,
    do you have statistics on how many people are reading this website on a daily basis and whether that number is growing?
    Lawrence Hayward.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr. P.G. Sharrow:
    Thank you for the suggestion you gave to our Readers and to me. I will study this book, which I didn’t know.
    Warm Regards,

  • P.G.Sharrow

    Andrea Rossi;
    If you have not read Dr Oliver K. Manuel on his work on the “Iron” sun, you should. The information might give you better insight on the internal working of your device. I find them to have much in common. The “Iron” sun is a ferrious core that works in a hydrogen “atmosphere” to disassociate to neutrons and neutrons to hydrogen. See URL below. pg


  • Haiko Lietz

    Dear all,
    for those interested and able to read German, I have published an article about the e-cat at German online magazine Telepolis:

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Christian Pommer:
    The module has a power of 10 kW.
    Putting such modules in series and parallels is possible to reach any power.
    The scale economy is based on the production of compoundable modules.
    Warm Regards,

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear “Renaissance Man”:
    As soon as possible we will give this information,
    Warm regards,

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Aldo:
    Studies are going on about the applicability of this stuff in spacecrafts, but solutions are not yet available.
    Warm regards,

  • Aldo

    Gentile ing. Rossi,
    non sono un esperto, ma sto seguendo con passione la sua invenzione e le faccio (a lei e a noi tutti, è il caso di dire) i miei migliori auguri! Vorrei porle una domanda. Pensa sarebbe possibile utilizzare il calore prodotto dalla sua invenzione ai fini della propulsione spaziale? intendo il calore “crudo”, senza che sia convertito in energia elettrica (come invece richiederebbe ad esempio un motore al plasma). Grazie e di nuovo auguri,

  • Renaissance man

    Dear Mr.Rossi

    In the previous post you write about tests with an important American customer. When will these tests take place and will we in the public get any information about the results? The reason that I ask is of course that we are many that are very curious and want as much information as possible about your fantastic device.
    Warms regards
    Renaissance man

  • Christian Pommer

    Dear Mr. Rossi,

    i’m very interested in your findings and wish you success with you 1MW Powerplant and i got some questions.
    I’m very sorry if they where allready questioned and answered.
    Is the power output of your 12Kw Unit scaleable and if yes whats the reagion where the efficency dont drops out of an economic scale.
    This question is especialy important thinking about small scale one household or village units. I sure don’t know the actual price is but if produced on mass scale the price could drop enough for single Households or villages to be an economic investment.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Claudio Eterno:
    The first plant of 1 MW will be installed in Athens, in October. We are manufacturing it in the USA. Also in the USA we are making tests with an extremely important Customer preparing a similar plant in the USA which will be, very likely, our second job.
    Warm Regards,

  • Claudio

    Mr. Rossi, are you aware about the fact that if you invention is what you said, you’re risking your life every day? I don’t think that lords of oil will be so happy of your invention.
    Just one question, in many posts here is mentioned about an experiment planned in next months. Sometimes I read will be done in USA sometimes Athens. Where will start this new experiment exactly? Why not in Italy? Anyway me, like many others wrote here, I hope in your succesful!
    Claudio Eterno

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Agustin L. Gonzàlez:
    Thank you, and, by the way: do you know that today is the anniversary of the Fleishmann-Pons first presentation ?
    Even if my technology has nothing to do with theirs, we must recofnize that they invented a dream that has pushed all of us in a path to which we dedicated our life.
    Warm Regards,

  • Agustín L. González

    Mr. You are my hero. I’ve been following thermal depolimerization and cold fusion for more than ten years and even invested my savings in a small corporation for renewable energy. I am really glad someone succeded in this quest. Somehow Fleishman and Pons are redeemed.

    Thank you for this new hope.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr P.G. Sharrow:
    Thank you for your kind attention,

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Mattia Rizzi:
    The internal hydrogen supply system is different from the external supply system. The external (general) supply system is the one of which you are talking about, but then the hydrogen makes a path that is cut if power goes off or if we want for any reason.
    Warm Regards,

  • P.G.Sharrow

    Congratulations to the Focardi & Rossi team.
    I have read most of your blog site posts and comments as well as all of this one. I have followed this field since Fleishmann & Pons and it would appear that the Rossi Reactor is the real thing. Mr Rossi has supplied us all the information necessary to replicate his device with only a small investment in time and effort. It is now spread all over the world and can not be squashed.
    It is best that your team concentrate on production and not worry further publication. The people that would try to stop this think that “cold fusion” is bunk, best not confuse them at this time. Just get’er done.
    The patents will be easier to complete with a working system. I spent 3 years getting my last patent. Only a working commercial product forced the examiner to pass it. God bless you all. pg

  • Mattia

    Dear Rossi,
    how can you say that it’s easy ‘cut the hydrogen supply and cool down the E-Cat increasing the flow of water as much as necessary’ if the test made in February had a flow of water around 1 LITER for second and the hydrogen supply was cut at the beginning?


    Levi said: “The second thing is that this time we loaded the unit with hydrogen at the beginning, and then the bottle was closed. It then worked for 18 hours with the bottle closed. Quite impressive.”

    “A flow rate of about one liter per second”

    Thank you.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Dr Moho:
    You are perfectly right.
    When you have to dress up with lead shielding and thermal insulation a single module you need a volume much higher than if you connect more modules in series and parallels. Actually the power density for the thermal power production should be between 1 and 2 cubic meters/MW, but I will have the exact number after the preliminary tests we will make in September on our 1 MW plant in the USA.
    Warm regards,

  • Ivan Moho

    Dear Mr. Rossi,

    I just thought of something. Judging from photos and videos, one single stand-alone E-cat module (reactor + shielding + hydrogen bottle, excluding the control box) has got a volume of roughly 0.3 cubic meters. But let’s not focus on precise numbers, rather than its order of magnitude instead.

    Does the 1 MW plant use space in a more efficient manner or is it (mainly) made of stand-alone modules arranged to work together? For example, if the reactor volume is 1 liter as you mentioned some time ago, shielding 100 reactors together rather than individually (as in stand-alone modules) would save quite a lot of space (not to mention that it would be more economical. Lead has gotten very expensive as of late).

    Actually it would be quite compact that way. Power density, when using many reactors together, would be close to that of the reactor alone, which is 10 kW/liter. This would mean that, again considering reactor volume alone, a 1 MW power plant could be potentially enclosed in a volume of 1 cubic meter.

    Can you confirm this?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Mikael Lundell:
    Our plants of 1 MW are made with series and parallels of 10 kW modules. Our 10 kW modules have been tested from 2 years and we have a deep knowledge of them. If the temperature or the pressure inside the apparatus goes critic we cut the hydrogen supply and cool down the E-Cat increasing the flow of water as much as necessary. Consider that we do not use radioactive materials and we do not produce rad waste, that a single module has a volume of about 1 liter and is very easy to cool down with water. Every module is controlled indipendently from the others and if one module has to be stopped the others can work.
    Warm regards,

  • Mikael Lundell

    What may happen if something goes wrong and the reaction starts rush?

  • Just to let everyone know a good and trustworthy friend has partially confirmed the ongoing manufacturing of the 1 MW unit. It is hard for me to understand how people can distrust the sincerity of Rossi and Focardi with their almost total openness on this project. They are certainly not the ones to distrust and I would therefore like to write on security. It has long been common knowledge of those pushed underground by the fossil/military industrial complex here in the U.S. that inexpensive energy is undesirable. A number of friends and acquaintances have been reportedly visited by various U.S. government agencies over the years as their experiments gained greater efficiencies and it wasn’t to assist them in reaching even higher efficiencies. They have stolen equipment, materials and of course threatened those whom were spearheading the projects. Wikileaks has done the perfect thing, in my opinion. They have created a large file of unredacted cables on the web that are just waiting for an encrypted message to unleash them to the world, in the event that Mr. Assange or his team are harmed or their systems shut down. They are literally in Cyber War with those that choose to keep their indiscretion a secret. The internet is a wonderful tool in so many ways. It can be used to let the whole world in on a secret or it can be used to stealthily communicate and exchange ideas, products, plans and money. The internet is changing our world and using it for the good of mankind is surely a smart and necessary tool.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear “Germany Fellow”:
    I thank you for your help, but in this period I think is more important for me to work than to talk. Here is only one thing that counts: put in operation the 1 MW plant in Athens in October, and gove evidence of its reliability for what concerns efficiency and safety. I owe this to my greek Friends, who have sincerely trusted me in difficult moments and for which I will succeed or die. After that I will talk.
    Warm Regards,
    Andrea Rossi

  • […] claims that outside scientists have tested his system to determine if X Rays are produced, but has not yet […]

  • Dear Mr. Rossi!

    Congratulations to your exceptional Washington Times Article by Frank Perley!

    I already spread the word but now it is MUCH easier.

    I am very confident to read some new articles from some famous German magazines like http://www.spiegel.de/ in the near future.

    I wish I could do more then Twitter, Email and spread the word as I already do. Is there anything I or we could do for you?

    Maybe you should consider to give an another Interview in your spare time. This time at Reddit.com in the IAmA AMA section (I Am A – Ask me Anything) – It is by far the most important news source for nerds, geeks and hacker as the intellectual freethinker elite of the Internet right now.

    Like 4Chan.org or Anonymous, Reddit.com can give your whole project such a big kickoff you can hardly believe.

    All the best & warmest regards from a Germany fellow


  • Alan DeAngelis

    Dear Ing. Rossi:
    It was good to see that Frank Perley had the courage to write about you in The Washington Times. I think fear rather than disbelief keeps the rest of the mainstream silent. We have to thank Mr. Perley for breaking the ice.

    “An administrator in a bureaucratic world is a man who can feel big by merging his non-entity in an abstraction. A real person in touch with real things inspires terror in him.”
    Marshall McLuhan

    All the best,
    Alan DeAngelis

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    Cold fusion banned from universities

    The current theories of Physics are denied by cold fusion experiments, and so the scientific community decided do not admit cold fusion in the universities.

    The intolerance of physicists against the entry of cold fusion in Brazillian universities has worsened in 2001 when Wladimir Guglinski sued two Brazilian universities, UFMG and UFJF, requiring them to repeat the cold fusion experiment called Conte-Pieralice (first performed in Italy in 1999).

    The Guglinski’s judicial argument to process the two universities was supported by the Brazilian Constitution, which stipulates that universities should promote the advancement of science.

    As Conte-Pieralice experiment shows that current theories of physics are wrong, then the confirmation of their experiment by a university would be an undeniable step forward for science, since any error in current theories would require a rethinking of current theories, and this would create a great progress in the field of Theoretical Physics, and also in the experimental field.

    But in the same way as physicists betray the scientific method, refusing to repeat experiments that contradict current theories, the two judges in turn betrayed the Brazilian Constitution, and they did not give favorable ruling for Guglinski’s petition.

    Now in 2011 the cold fusion situation worsened. Because the engineer Andrea Rossi discovered a new technology in the field of cold fusion, and it will be marketed.

    Thus, the expulsion of cold fusion from universities becomes harmless in this new situation that takes shape.
    And now the scientific community will have to expel the cold fusion from our planet.
    Will they succeed?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Mr Goran Crafte:
    Why don’t you send a link to the publication of your New Philosophy?
    Thank you for your attention,
    Warm regards,

  • Göran Crafte

    Dear Mr Rossi: I have high hopes for you and your invention! I think much wisdom will be needed to safeguard that your technology will be implemented in ways that are good for the world. We certainly still have to restrict our consumption and reproduction a bit to be able to get a sustainable world. I have developed a new philosophy that I think will help the world to get its values straight and would like to send you a short text or a link to a blog as soon as I have a good text in english.

    By the way, I am the person who asked you in Ny Teknik about your sense of urgency. I appreciated your answer. Thank You!

    Warm regards,
    Göran Crafte

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