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Is proton the harmonic mean of up and down quark fermi-gluons!

by
U.V.S. Seshavatharam
DIP QA Engineer, Lanco Industries Ltd, Srikalahasti-517641, A.P, India
E-mail: seshavatharam.uvs@gmail.com

Prof. S. LAKSHMINARAYANA
Department Of Nuclear Physics, Andhra University, Vizag-530003, AP, India.
E-mail: lnsrirama@yahoo.com

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Introduction
Estimated or phenomenological [7, 8] masses of up and down quarks are 1.3 to 3.3 MeV and 4.1 to 5.8 MeV respectively.
Standard model assumes that proton constitutes 2 up quarks and one down quark. Neutron constitutes 2 down quarks and one up quarks.
In any way their estimated or phenomenological [7, 8] mass sum is not matching with the nucleons rest mass.
In any way their sum is not matching with the nucleons rest energy.
There should be some reason for this mismatch. This clearly indicates that there is something missing from the standard model.
In standard model there exists 8 gluons having `color’ charge with no rest mass and in between the quarks strong interaction is mediated by these gluons.
If gluons has no rest mass and up and down quarks mass sum is small (compared to the nucleon rest mass) how to generate the existing nucleon rest mass? To over come this difculty [1] it is suggested that there exists integral charge quark fermions, integral charge quark bosons, integral charge (massive) quark fermi-gluons and integral charge (massive) quark boso-gluons.
Note that fermi-gluon means massive gluons having fermion behavior and boso-gluon means massive gluons having boson behavior.
(Effective) fermi-gluons play a crucial role in baryons mass generation and boso-gluons play a crucial role in mesons mass generation.

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294 comments to Is proton the harmonic mean of up and down quark fermi-gluons!

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    Concerning the article of mine published in ZPEnergy:
    Plagiarism in the Journal Nature
    http://www.zpenergy.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=3402

    I received the following email from a physicist named Ian:

    =================================
    From: ian.fisk@worktech.com
    To: wladimirguglinski@hotmail.com
    Subject: Re: plagiarism in the journal Nature
    Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2012 23:24:55 +0000

    Dear Wladimir Guglinski,

    You are mistaken about the definition of plagiarism. Your book of pretty pictures has nothing to do with the scientific model of nuclei that existed for decades before your book was published. To take things to an absurd level, it would be you who is guilty of plagiarism!
    Regards, Ian
    =============================

    I sent to Ian the following reply:

    ==============================
    From: wladimirguglinski@hotmail.com
    To: ian.fisk@worktech.com
    Subject: RE: plagiarism in the journal Nature
    Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 09:14:21 -0300

    Dear Ian,
    for decades the scientific model of light nuclei (before my book be published) had the SPHERICAL form. In my book the light nuclei have FLAT form.
    Now the experiments are proven that my model is the correct, and the scientific model (existed decades before my book) is wrong.

    As a flat nucleus should have NOT null electric quadrupole moment, in my book I proposed in the page 137 an explanation for the reason why the nuclei with null spin and null magnetic moment have also null electric quadrupole moment, in spite of they have NOT a spherical form.

    The idea published in the journal Nature is a plagiarism of the proposal of mine.

    So, what yoiu said actually reinforces that there is, indeed, a plagiarism

    Thank you for your contribution

    regards
    WLAD
    ========================

  • Steven N. Karels

    Dear Andrea Rossi,

    Thank you for the revised dimensions. I corrected an error in my previous posting. The new estimate of total heat transfer is 6.0 kW thermal output. This assumes a 3cm inner hole diameter, a 9 cm outer diameter and a length of 33 cm with an interior temperature of 1250C and an external surface temperature of 620C. The ambient temperature was assumed to be 20C.

  • Joe

    Dr Rossi,

    Has the present E-Cat technology reached its pinnacle in the way of fundamental science? Will any further progress be limited to simple engineering refinements? If not, then what do you believe will be the next big step for the E-Cat?

    All the best,
    Joe

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Antonella,
    Thanks, same to you.
    Warm Regards,
    A.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Pierino S. :
    Thank you, actually today and tomorrow I will take 2 days of holiday, playing tennis with my wife.
    But in the Hot cat will not take rest, though…
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Steven N. Karels:
    The diameter of the internal cylinder is 30 mm, the diameter of the external cylinder is 90 mm, the length of both is 330 mm.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Antonella

    Aggiungo anche i miei auguri ad Andrea e agli italiani che seguono il Journal.
    Felici auguste ferie a tutti!

  • Riccardo T.

    Dear Dr. Rossi,

    Thank you for your reply. Just another simple question:

    How much lasted the longest self sustained e-cat run in your lab?

    Have a nice – and hot – ferragosto :)

    Riccardo

  • Steven N. Karels

    An Estimate of Power Generation from the Hot eCat Experiment

    Looking at the posted image of the Hot eCat, I estimate the hole size was 2 cm in diameter and therefore the outer diameter of the outside cylinder was around 7 cm. I judged the length of the unit to be 3X the diameter or about 21cm. I assumed no loss by conduction as the metal support structure barely touched the unit. So I used The Thermal Wizard to compute the heat losses by Convection and Radiation. I assumed an outside surface temperature of 620C and an internal core temperature of 1250C.

    I modeled the total heat loss as two times the radiative loss through the side windows and the total heat loss of a horizontal cylinder in natural convection and radiative losses

    Result:

    Horizontal cylinder: 471W convective and 11.97kW radiative (into room temperature).
    Radiative Windows: 96W times two = 192W

    Total heat transfer: 12.6kW

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  • Pierino S.

    Buon ferragosto Andrea, cerca anche di riposarti; abbiamo bisogno di te! E di persone come te!

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear g.Luca from Italy:
    Happy and peaceful Ferragosto (Feriae Augusti) to you and all our Italian Readers!
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • g.Luca from Italy

    Dear Andrea,
    Buon Ferragosto.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Neri B.:
    I must confirm that the COP will not change. So far.
    Obviously using gas instead of electric power to drive the reactor the economics are better.
    Thank you for your very kind attention,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Neri B.

    Dear Andrea Rossi,
    i am a bit confused here.
    So far you always said that you needed electric power as driver of the reaction and i always thought it was due to a duty cycle for having atomic hydrogen (maybe an electric arc) and a certain starting temperature. Obviously this input energy limited the COP since for 50% of operation time you must feed electric energy.
    Now i read that you don’t need electric power anymore as driver but you can have gas.
    This means my thoughts on electric arc was wrong but it also means that COP must be higher than the “electrical driver version” because you are operating in a 1100-1200°C environment and you definetely no need gas to burn but you can recover part of the heat from reaction.
    How is it possible COP continues to be 6 also for “gas version”?
    COP is referred only to the start up phase or to the steady state as well?
    Could you please explain once for all the COP of your device?
    Thank you for your kind attention and keep the good job
    Neri B.
    p.s. i had a heart attack when i saw the leaked picture from Cures…i really hope that is your real device and COP and operating temperatures are real. As engineer my mind is going out with incredible scenarios and applications with your “new fire” :-)

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Christopher Calder:
    It will take a looooong time before we can be useful for something in air and space technology.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Dr Enrico Billi:
    We are open to both versions, but of course gas is cheaper.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.
    p.s. lavolale, lavolale, anche a Fellagosto!

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Riccardo T.
    Many publications are on their way, all signed. Many indipendent tests are going on.
    Warmest Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Helmut H.:
    Sure!
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Helmut H.

    Dear Dr. Rossi,
    congratulations to this incredible achievements with the hot E-Cat in such a short time. May i ask to be put on the list for an artefact, too?

    Best regards,
    Helmut

  • Riccardo T.

    Dear Dr. Rossi,

    I was 24 when Fleischmann & Pons shocked the world with their discover.
    Since then I was one of the many that hoped for this new science and suffered (yes, “suffer” is the right word) for the offense of the “mainstream” science to the few ones that with poor funds coninue researching in this field.

    You represent for us (I think my feeling is rather common) the fullfill of a dream lasted more than twenty years.

    I just ask a simple question trying not to ask too much. You told that the report you will present in Zurich was prepared by six (or nine??) professors and an engineer.
    You will be able in that event to discover their names or at least the name of the university/company they are working for?

    That would be a wonderful gift for all the “dreamers” like me.

    If so I will drink “alla sua salute” the best bottle of spumante.

    My best wishes for your hard work.

    Thank you

    Riccardo

  • A. Louis Tengzelius

    Dear Wladimir Guglinski,
    Following up on your helical right hand and left hand interpretations of electron cloud density and how zitterbewegung contributes to cold fusion I now attempt to propose a general process for both the Noble Gas expansion
    followed by collapse engine phenomena and LENR processes which conforms with your powerful Quantum Ring Theory. Please critique the following:
    General necessary conditions:
    a. RFG to maintain oscillations
    b. Electromagnet field to allign active species
    c. Initiation energy via spark, heat or detonation

    Let H equal Hydrogen Atom
    Let – equal electron
    Let -H or H- equal Oscillation Mode Hydride Ion
    Let N equal Nickel Atom
    Let N+1 equal unstable fusion product of Nickel and Neutron
    Let Stabilization equal decay process
    Let E equal energy

    1. H + – => [H- -H]
    2. [H- -H] + (N) => (N+1) + –
    3. (N+1) => Stabilization + E

    Let **** equal Helium Atom
    Let – wqual electrom
    Let ****- or -**** equal Oscillation Mode Heluide (Helium atom + electron adduct) Ion
    Let G equal noble gas atom
    Let step 2. represent expansion via increase of species
    Let step 3. represent expansion collapse through discharge of electron via coil

    1. **** + – => [****- -****]
    2. [****- -****] + (G) => (G-) + ** + **-
    3. (G-) + ** + **- => (G) + **** + -
    Regards,
    A. L. Tengzelius

  • Enrico Billi

    Dear Andrea Rossi,
    in future all e-cats will work with natural gas only, or the customer could choose (electric driven or gas driven)?
    Best regards,
    Enrico Billi

  • K. D.

    Dir Mr.
    It seems that some your readers don’t understand the difference between achieving controllable temperature at 1200*C and
    >>> “”we have made validation tests with modules of 10 kW of power with operation temperatures of 1000 Celsius degrees””

    It’s like Chines have trains running at 300-350 km/h but they will build testing train with speed of 500km/h, just to do stress test for the components of the train. Not to use in transportation.

    Other thing. It look like they developed new Super-capacitors to store energy.

    >> The new type of electric locomotive can be fully charged within 30 seconds during its station stops, as it has a box-type super capacitor on the roof and charge spots at the foot of every compartment, Xu Zongxiang, general manager of the company, said.
    The train, which can hold a maximum of 320 passengers, does not need a traditional pantograph installed on the roof to get electricity from the high-tension lines along the track, according to Xu.
    Xu said the train, which features low energy consumption and occupies less land, can provide a new solution for the construction of highly cost-effective and environmentally-friendly urban rail public transport.

  • Dear Mr. Rossi,

    If you can get the Hot Cat to operate at 1,200 degrees C with stability, do you think it would be possible to design a system with sufficient power to weight ratio to develop a 747 replacement jet engine that runs on either jet fuel or liquified natural gas? If you could cut the fuel cost for air travel and air cargo by 70%, it seems to me you would really have something. From my understanding 1,200 degrees C is all you need for a jet engine.

    Maybe I am wrong and there is more to it than that, but I am curious.

    Sincerely, Christopher Calder

  • Andrea Rossi

    TO OUR READERS: I AM RECEIVING MANY QUESTIONS REGARDING “CURES”: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY MY ANSWER OF TODAY TO “ANTONELLA”, I THINK THERE IS NOTHING ELSE TO SAY AND WE HAVE TO WORK.
    WARM REGARDS,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Dr Enrico Billi:
    Good comment.
    Our R&D costed ZERO to the taxpayer, since Leonardo Corp self- financed its R&D.
    Our industrialplants are already in operation. The Hot Cat has resolved many problems and now, using gas instead of electricity to drive the Cats, I think we got a big target.
    Thank you for your smart comment,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Enrico Billi

    Dear Andrea Rossi,
    Geoff Brumfiel wrote an iteresting article for Scientific American titled: “The Problems with ITER and the Fading Dream of Fusion Energy”.

    At the beginning of the ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) the state members predicted an investment of 5 billion of US dollars. Up to now (05/2012) the funding to complete the reactor is 20 billion of US dollars. After this reactor several other expensive demo reactors will be needed to obtain commercial reactors. To achieve this (fading) dream we need to wait at least 50 years.

    Supporters usually say this technology will give limitless and clean energy, but the deuterium+tritium reaction release high energy neutrons, these will damage the structure of ITER and also make its steel radioactive.

    I would like to know, if it is possible:
    1) How much did your R&D (about the first working e-cat) cost? Its order of magnitude.
    2) Do we must to wait 50 years before having a e-cat powered power plant?

    Warm regards,
    Enrico Billi

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Antonella:
    About the tests: the precise dates will be decided in an agreement that we should reach at the beginning of September: obviously we have to accept their needs.
    About Cures: He has been identified as Domenico Fioravanti, it appears that the data from the test made on July 16th comes from him. If it is true, it is due to an excess of enthusiasm for the results, that have been obtained in a test directed by him and by 6 Professors from two Universities. The data had to remain confidential, but he could not help to talk about this event and the remarkable results.
    He is making these tests as a Consultant of a military Customer of us and now probably he will have problems for the leakages, even if I do not think it has been so important: sooner or later the same data will be published. I knew Ing Fioravanti when he was a Student of the Politecnico di Torino ( the Engineering University of Turin, Italy) because he was making a research for Prof. Cesare Boffa (one of the best Engineering Prof. of the time) regarding the new technologies of Electrostatic Precipitators. It was the year 1976 and even if I was 26 years old, I was at the times considered an expert of the sector, so I gave to Domenico Fioravanti much papers I had wrote and he also visited the electrostatic precipitators I manufactured in my factory of Caponago (Milan, Italy). Then we never met again. After 35 years (!!!) I received an email from him in the blog of the Journal, in which he congratulated for the E-Cat, and for me has been a delighting surprise to hear from him again. I contacted him privately and he explained to me that he was a Colonel Engineer, expert of missiles tests. One year later, when with our Military Customer we had to choose a neutral Consultant for the test of the well known plant of 1 MW, I proposed Fioravanti, whom they knew very well, because he worked with NATO, with the Pentagon at the highest levels and always for engineering connected with thermodynamic tests ( mainly nuclear carriers’ heads tests). So we all have been glad to choose him.
    His intellectual integrity and his knowledge of the matter has allowed a job that has been considered highly professional from all the parties involved.
    This is it.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Antonella

    Congratulazioni Ing Rossi

    Le scrivo in italiano per non commettere errori.

    La seguo da molto tempo e sono orgogliosa dei risultati che ha ottenuto.
    Lei ha scritto che farà fare un test all’Università di Bologna. E questa è una ottima notizia perché metterà a tacere i negazionisti più ostinati.

    Ci può dare qualche informazione in più oltre alle date?

    Ci può inoltre spiegare tutta sta storia di Cures?

    Grazie per la sua cortesia se mi vorrà rispondere

    Antonella

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Luca Salvarani:
    All this mess around Cures is much ado for nothing. Yes, somebody has leaked information regarding the 16 July test, made by 9 Professors and 1 Army Engineer. The names of the validators and the text of the test had to remain confidential until the end of the validation process, which will be within October 15th. Somebody, overwhelmed by enthusiasm, leaked. I want not to know who he is and the issue is not important to me, what is important is that now we have the capacity to heat water with a wall over 1000 Celsius (the reactor is operating every day and confirms all his performance and safety)-
    I am sorry for Cures, who will have some troubles, but it is not my problem at this point.
    Answers:
    The COP will not change; the Hot Cat is limited to industrial applications; a full and complete report will be published by the University that will complete the validation.
    Warmest Regards,
    Andrea

  • Luca Salvarani

    Caro Andrea,

    Sono un po dispiaciuto per l’incomprensione che c’è stata con “Cures” e mi sento in parte responsabile dato che anch’io gli ho spesso rivolto delle domande.. dato che come tutti immagino, smanio dalla voglia di saperne di più e vivere in diretta questa “avventura”! Anche se sinceramente Cures mi è sempre sembrato una persona molto gentile, preparata e seria quindi faccio fatica a credere che abbia postato informazioni sensibili senza avvertirla. Solo alcune rapide domande:

    1) Non vorrei che l’incomprensione abbia offuscato quello che mi sembra essere un grosso risultato: la possibilità di alimentare l’ecat anche con gas. Sarebbe possibile alimentare l’e-cat direttamente con l’energia termica prodotta da un altro e-cat? Con questo tipo di alimentazione si riesce a mantenere il COP di 6 oppure no? L’alimentazione a gas è/sarà possibile solo per gli e-cat industriali, che ovviamente sono più grandi e complessi, o anche per quelli domestici?
    2) Se non ho capito male, a prescindere dal futuro test dell’università di Bologna, dovrebbe a breve essere reso pubblico un report relativo all’ultimo test degli hot cats a 1,200 gradi. Da ignorante in materia volevo soltanto chiederle se questo report conterrà una misurazione del COP e le informazioni circa il set up e il soggetto che l’ha eseguito. Penso che queste informazioni oltre ad elettrizzare gli appassionati come me, darebbero un’enorme credibilità all’e-cat aiutandola nella diffusione e sviluppo di questa tecnologia che incredibilmente non trova spazio nei media mainstream. Insomma non abbia paura di farci sapere i suoi progressi! E’ come quando manca ancora molto al termine della partita ma la tua squadra segna un altro gol..

    Ancora una volta, un grazie sincero per il suo lavoro e un grosso in bocca al lupo! Se li merita tutti!

    Dear Andrea

    I’m feeling a bit down for your misunderstanding with “Cures”, and also a bit responsible for it, since I have been asking him some questions, because I’ve been eager to know as much as possible and to live this “adventure”. Anyway Cures has always seemed to me a very gentle, skilled and serious person so it’s hard to imagine that he posted those sensible pieces of information without your permission. Just few quick questions:

    1) This misunderstanding is obscuring what seems to me a great improvement: the gas drive! Should be possible to directly drive an e-cat using the thermal energy produced by another one? Does this kind of drive guarantee a COP of 6 or a lesser one? Will it be possible also for domestic e-cat, in addiction to industrial ones, which of course are larger and much more sophisticated?
    2) Taking the future University of Bolonia test apart, there will be soon a third party report about the recent hot cats test at 1,200°. If so, since I’m an ignorant guy about it, I’m wondering if a COP calculation and pieces of information about the set-up and the identity of the expert who did it, will be included. In my view this kind of report could not only electrify interested people like me, but also gain a lot of credibility and interest for your technology, helping you to further develop and spread it. Don’t fear to share your impressive improvements with all of us! For now they don’t lower our energy bills but are very encouraging anyway.

    Again: thank you very much and break a leg!

  • Joe

    U.V.S. Seshavatharam,

    How do you explain the utilization of the harmonic mean which is typically used when searching for the average of RATES? Do you consider mass to be some sort of rate? It would seem more theoretically sound to use the arithmetic mean – although this might not render the result (specifically, the empirical proton mass) for which you hope.

    All the best,
    Joe

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Adam Lepczak:
    We are organizing our world network of licensees. The Zurich convention is the first global meeting of our licencees.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear g.Luca from Italy:
    Maybe you are right. But, as you know, I keep working believing in the help of God.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Joe:
    I trust them.
    Warm regards,
    A.R.

  • Joe

    Dr Rossi,

    What does it profit you to let anyone outside of your company or the certification agency have access to the E-Cat? Why do you risk the loss of your intellectual property? As you have often stated, let the marketplace decide if your LENR device is real.

    All the best,
    Joe

  • Here’s a new story of interest:

    Stunning Third Party E-Cat Test Report Details Leaked During NIWeek – An apparent inside source, going by the username “Cures”, has leaked significant information about a test of the new ultra high temperature E-Cat. He has also posted a photograph of the module that was tested. Does his leak trump every presentation made at NIWeek? (PESN; August 11, 2012)

  • Dear Dr Rossi,
    Thank you kindly for your offer. When the time comes, I’ll gladly take your offer and remove ALL “junk” from your lab.
    As a side question, what is the status of plans for training the first generation of ECAT installers and service personnel? What about manuals? Being ready with certification is one thing, but to be able to meet the demand and have a base in place to install and service thousands of ECATs quickly is another important aspect.

    Regards,
    Adam

  • g.Luca from italy

    Carissimo Andrea,
    Spero che “cures” si limiti ad essere un personaggio dal molto entusiasmo (come nel Suo commento) ma stia attento che con il tempo non si trasformi in un “corvo”.
    Si copra bene le spalle!!!!!!! Mi raccomando! E’ pieno di spifferi!
    Cordiali saluti dal Lago.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Davide C:
    Actually, we all are very angry with the Deep Throat, also the professors of the University would have preferred to stay under cover until the publication. But somebody has not been able to tame the enthusiasm. It seems that the leak started in the USA.
    Warmest Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Koen Vandewalle:
    Thank you for your kind comment.
    Answers:
    1- no, the radiations are turned into heat, as you will see in the report wewill publish soon released by the certification nuclear engineer
    2- OK, promised.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Adrian M.:
    1- yes, during the September speak of Zurich we will talk of the 16th July test and of the same test repeated further in the context of the certification
    2- it does not depend on us, but I suppose some week, as usually happens
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Adrian M

    Dear A. Rossi
    If the July 16th test will be repeated then 2 questions need answer.

    1. Will you still present the result of the July 16th at the September Conference? If not… Why not? We were looking forward to see who was the third party that was involved in the July test.
    2.What is the estimate for the second test, that Univ. of Bologna will conduct, regarding press release? Within 2 weeks of the test? Within 2 months, jumping in 2013?

    Tank you in advance for your answer. I hope you will go forward and speed up the press releases regarding the tests, because this is the only thing that your the public has to look at for almost a year now.

  • Koen Vandewalle

    Andrea,
    The design, and the way it operates is pure genius ! In many ways. This is completely balanced and total harmony for wat it is meant to do.

    Congratulations to you and your team. I mean this, these are not empty words, but I can only use words here.

    No need for hiding, there does not exist any serious competition. You brought this technology to its limits in only a couple of years.
    I hope it just was an irresistible irrational expression of enthousiasm, that brought this picture to the world. I believe that a Master could be forgiving too.

    Your work and achievements are absolutely yours, but this is an important part of history. I hope you can enjoy that too.

    Only two more things:
    doesn’t this test device leak gammas ?
    I would like to have a genuine Andrea Rossi prototype artefact too. I promise it will never be sold.

    Kindest Regards,
    Koen

  • Davide C.

    Well, so the test made on july 16th will be repeated officially by the university of Bologna. This is a great news to shut the skeptics’ mouths.
    God bless “Cures” and the info leakage!

  • Andrea Rossi

    INFORMATION:
    AFTER THE LEAKAGE MADE BY AN INSIDER WITH THE THE NICKNAME “CURES” REGARDING THE TESTS COMPLETED ON JULY 16TH, WHICH HAD TO REMAIN UNDER NDA, I HAVE TO INFORM THAT:
    THE TEST MADE ON JULY 16TH WILL BE REPEATED OFFICIALLY WITHIN THE HALF OF OCTOBER 2012 BY THE UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA AND THE RESULTS WILL BE PUBLISHED BY THE SAME UNIVERSITY.
    ANDREA ROSSI

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Adam Lepczak:
    We conserve the broken E-Cats, because they maintain data that in future we could need. When we will dismiss them we will give them as a gift to whomever requests them, so I conserve this request of you.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    Dear U. V. S. SESHAVATHARAM,

    1- The charge of the quark up is +2/3e, and the charge of the quark down is -1/3e.
    Then a proton formed by one quark up and one quark down would have a charge +1/3e.

    In you theory, the quark up must have charge +2, and the quark down must have charge -1, so that the proton would have mass +1.
    What are their charges in your theory?

    2- The quark up has spin 1/2, and the quark down has spin 1/2.
    So, the proton would have to have a spin 1.

    But its spin is 1/2. How does explain it?

    regards
    WLAD

  • Dear Dr Rossi,
    Congratulations on recent developments; looks like you are very close to achieving a full control over the reactions in the ECAT reactor. Competition must be very nervous. As a side question, is there any way to get a hold of your unwanted/junked test reactors? I would be more than happy to pickup few of them and keep them as important souvenirs.

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