Some experiments that shook the World

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Sankar Hajra
Calcutta Philosophical Forum, Salt Lake,
AC -54, Sector-1, Calcutta – 700 064, INDIA
E-mail: sankarhajra@yahoo.com
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To know whether a fuel isp roper fuel or not is to determine whether the fuel gives off greater amount of energy when it is used than the energy involved in making the fuel from raw natural materials.
A huge amount of energy is obtained when Hydrogen or thermite (a mixture of powdered Aluminium and oxide of iron) is burned.
But energy obtained from combustion of those fuels is not greater than the energy spent to make them from natural resources.
Therefore, Hydrogen and thermite cannot be treated as proper fuels.
Electricity could be readily generated from combustion of those fuels, but, electricity made from those fuels must be more expensive than electricity made from coal or petroleum.
According to Einstein’s  E=mcˆ2  formula, 1Kg of any material (preferably Uranium) will give 9×10ˆ16  joules, or  2×10ˆ16  calories, of  heat energy through complete nuclear reaction.
[E = mcˆ2 = 1 x (3 x 10ˆ8)ˆ2 joules = 20 x 10ˆ12 kilocals = 20 trillion kilocals]
If that would be true, then powerful states around the world would not compete for oil in the deserts of Arabia.
If one ton of Uranium of someton ‘Little Boy’ bomb could take part in the so-called nuclear reaction, then some million of square miles of the world would burn, instead of only 1.7 square miles of Hiroshima.
It not at all possible to give supply of electricity to the people from so-called nuclear fuels at a cost lower than fossil-fuel electricity for the reasons stated above.
However, it is possible to give ontological lectures on nuclear fission/fusion or to earn immense money from so-called nuclear projects.
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307 comments to Some experiments that shook the World

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Dr Joseph Fine:
    I do not know the gentleman, but the idea is funny.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Gian:
    Thank you, and my best Wishes to you for the New Year,
    Warm Regards,
    Andrea Rossi

  • gian

    Buon Natale Andrea, a te, ai tuoi cari ed
    ai tuoi collaboratori ed amici.

    E che il Nuovo Anno porti a te ed a questo pazzo e
    squinternato mondo la buona notizia del successo dei tuoi
    E-Cats.

  • Joseph Fine

    Andrea,

    This photo (See Link) was recently seen on Facebook. Do you know if this gentleman, claiming to be “Santa Nickelus”, is an authorized distributor of E-Cats? Perhaps, you have a relative who may be authorized. ( I didn’t take the picture, but am just sharing it. )

    Again, Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

    Joseph FIne

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=260152497447395&set=o.480661851949724&type=1&relevant_count=1&ref=nf

  • Frank Acland

    Dear Andrea,

    I hope I am understanding correctly your reply to an earlier comment:

    The hot cat prototype will be ‘driven’ by electricity produced by itself? This would mean almost zero input energy from an external source — a COP of almost infinity.

    Have I interpreted correctly?

    Best wishes and Merry Christmas!

    Frank Acland

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Pasquale,
    Same to you,
    Andrea Rossi

  • pasquale

    Felice Natale a te e famiglia compreso e-cat.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Giovanni V.:
    Thank you and Merry Christmas to you,
    Andrea Rossi

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Stefano:
    You understood right.
    I hope to be ready to start in February and to have in consolidated operation the plant in April.
    Same Wishes to you,
    Andrea Rossi

  • Stefano

    Dear Dr. Rossi
    I understand that you are preparing a hotcat with a carnot engine to self produce electric power. i also understand that in this way the cat will go half of the time in self sustaining mode. the other half time eill be alimented by its own electricity. If this is correct: when do you think this prototype will start working? Merry christmas and fruitful new year!

  • Giovanni V.

    Dear Andrea,
    Saturday night my home heating system went down and I stayed with cool until this morning (Monday), when the service technician replaced the recirculation pump. I thought to you and your home e.cat, which I preordered too.
    Merry Christmas and very happy and prosperous new year which I hope will bring us good news from you.
    “Warm” regards
    G.V.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Luca Salvarani,
    Thank you, actually I will work also during these days, we are late with the deliveries.
    Merry Christmas to you and your Family!
    Andrea Rossi

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Luigi Versaggi:
    Thank you for all, Merry Christmas to you,
    Andrea Rossi

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear MK:
    Thank you, same to you!
    Andrea Rossi

  • MK

    Dear Andrea,
    a merry Christmas to you, your family and all readers of this journal.
    MK

  • Dear Andrea Rossi,
    I wish to you and your family a Merry Xmas.
    All the members of the Facebook page dedicated to the E-Cat are with you and your Staff to make this Xmas a very special one.

  • Luca Salvarani

    X Andrea

    Le auguro un buon Natale e delle belle feste con la sua famiglia… e un buon lavoro subito dopo!

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    Email sent to John Arrington, 23 Dec 2012:

    Dr. John Arrington.
    Argonne National Laboratory

    Dear John

    The article PART FIVE is ready, and it is in the link:
    http://peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:_Stability_of_Light_Nuclei_%E2%80%93_PART_FIVE

    The results obtained are the following

    7N12
    Experiments = 0,4571
    My theory = +0,507

    7N14
    Experiments = +0,4038
    My theory = +0,178

    Excited 7N14 , Ex= 5106
    Experiments = 1,32
    My theory = 1,48

    Excited 7N14 , Ex= 5832
    Experiments = 2,0
    My theory = 1,57

    7N15
    Experiments = -0,2831
    My theory = -0,555

    7N16
    Experiments = 1,9859
    My theory = 1,694

    Excited 7N16
    Experiments = -1,83
    My theory = -1,172

    8O17
    Experiments = -1,894
    My theory = -2,137

    14Si29
    Experiments = -0,5553
    My theory = -0,573

    20Ca41
    Experiments = -1,595
    My theory = -1,205

    8O13
    Experiments = -1,389
    My theory = -1,28

    8O14
    Experiments = 0
    My theory = 0

    8O15
    Experiments = 0,7195
    My theory = 0,724

    20Ca43
    Experiments = -1,317
    My theory = -2,575

    Excited 8O15
    Experiments = < 0,3
    My theory = +0,26

    Regards
    WLADIMIR GUGLINSKI

  • Pavel Vrbovski

    Dear Andrea Rossi,
    I wish You Merry Christmas and
    succeful year 2013.
    Pavel Vrbovski

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Hans Joachim Mueller:
    Thank you very much, same wishes to you!
    Andrea Rossi

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear John Di Rico:
    No, I am in Miami, I was joking about the “big fish” from the comment I answered to: New Bedford, MA, was the town of the whalers. Is the town Melville got the inspiration from, for his Moby Dick.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Dr Joseph Fine,
    Thank you for the info,
    Warm Regards,
    A.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Pietro F.:
    Thank you,
    Merry Xmas to you,
    Andrea Rossi

  • Pietro F.

    Buon Natale Ing. Rossi

    auguri

  • Joseph Fine

    Andrea Rossi,

    The following conference is worth attending, if you have spare time. But who has spare time?

    The 2013 Foresight Technical Conference
    Illuminating Atomic Precision

    January 11-13, 2013
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    Conference Co-Chairs
    Larry S. Millstein, President, Foresight Institute
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    Diamond Sponsor: The Thiel Foundation
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    Over 30 leading researchers will present reviews and results on a wide range of research relating to atomic and molecularly precise devices and materials, and their fabrication. The conference will provide an unusually heterogeneous mix of speakers and participants, serving as a catalyst for interdisciplinary dialog and productive collaboration.

    https://www.foresight.org/conference/

    https://www.foresight.org/news/index.html

    This conference will bring together many of the world’s leading researchers on a wide range of work relating to atomically and molecularly precise processes, materials, and devices. The wide variety of topics will stimulate interdisciplinary dialog, productive collaboration and scientific and technical progress towards beneficial nanotechnologies.

    Atomic Scale Devices

    John Randall, Chair, CEO, Zyvex Labs
    The Emerging Case for Atomically Precise Manufacturing
    Ezra Bussmann, Sandia National Laboratory
    Atomic-Precision Fabrication of Qubits for an Adiabatic Quantum Computer
    Leonhard Grill, Professor of Physical Chemistry
    Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society, Germany
    Gerhard Klimeck, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
    Multi-Million Atom Simulations for Single Atom Transistor Structures
    Joseph W. Lyding, Professor Beckman Institute
    Silicon-Based Nanofabrication: Progress, Challenges and Technology Spin-Offs
    Philip Moriarty, Professor of Physics, University of Nottingham
    Mechanical Atom Manipulation: Towards a Matter Compiler?
    Neil Sarkar, President, ICSPI Corp.
    CMOS-MEMS SPM’s – Microscopic Microscopes for the Masses
    Robert A. Wolkow, iCORE Chair Dept. of Physics, University of Alberta, Nanoelectronics
    A Basis for Ultra Low Power, Ultra Fast All-Silicon Electronics.

    Molecular Machines and Non-Equillibrium Processes

    J. Fraser Stoddart, Chair, Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University
    Topic to be announced.
    Dean Astumian, Professor of Physics, University of Maine
    Microscopic Reversibility: The Organizing Principle for Molecular Machines
    Ben Feringa, Research Director, Stratingh Institute for Chemistry, Center for Systems Chemistry
    & Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials
    Molecular Rotary Motors
    Miguel Garcia-Garibay, Prof. Chemistry and Biochemistry, Univeristy of California, Los Angeles
    Amphidynamic Crystals and Artificial Molecular Machines
    Josef Michl, Professor of Chemistry, University of Colorado, Boulder
    Arrays of Dipolar Molecular Motors.
    Mark A. Ratner, Materials Chemist, Northwestern University
    Topic to be announced.
    Edie Sevick, Professor, Australian National University College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
    Entropically Dominated Rotaxanes and Polyrotaxanes

    Self Organizing and Adaptive Systems

    Lee Cronin, Chair, Professor, School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow
    Macroscale Control of Nanomolecular Assemblies using 3d Printing and Networked Reaction System Arrays
    Neil Champness, Professor of Chemical Nanoscience, School of Chemistry, University of Nottingham
    Surface Supramolecular Chemistry: Understanding Self-assembly at the Molecular Level
    Bartosz A. Grzybowski, Professor of Chemical Systems Engineering, Director of DoE’s Non-equilibrium Energy Research Materials
    Topic to be announced.
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    Ordered Surface and Thin Film Nanostructures Via Solution Processes by Dynamic Adaptation
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    Nonequilibrium Materials Synthesis: Reactive Interfaces and Macroscopic Structure
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    Adaptive Soft Matter through Molecular Networks

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    The ZMW as a New Window Into Single-Molecule Biophysics
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    Nanopore Detectors
    George Church, Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School
    Regenesis: Bionano
    Joseph Puglisi, Professor and Chair, Department of Structural Biology Director, Stanford Magnetic Resonance Laboratory
    Deciphering the Molecular Choreography of Translation

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    Alexander Wissner-Gross, Chair, Institute Fellow, Harvard University Institute for Applied Computational Science Research Affiliate, MIT Media Laboratory
    Bringing Computational Programmability to Nanostructured Surfaces
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    Quantum Orreries: Simulating Quantum Mechanics with Quantum Devices
    Art Olson, Professor, Dept. of Molecular Biology, The Scripps Research Institute
    New Methods of Exploring, Analyzing, and Predicting Molecular Interactions
    James Ellenbogen, Chief Scientist MITRE Corp.
    Integrated Nanosystems for Ultra-Miniaturized Computers …and More!
    Gerhard Klimeck, Prof. Electrical & Computer Engineering, Purdue University
    Multi-Million Atom Simulations for Single Atom Transistor Structures
    Mythbusting Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms through Science Gateways
    Ron Dror, Senior Research Scientist at D. E. Shaw Research
    Topic to be announced.
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    Nanoscale Materials, Devices, and Processing Predicted From First Principles

  • John DiRico

    Mr Rossi,
    I want to wish you your Family and all the JONP readers a wonderful Holiday, hope you are enjoying your stay in New Bedford MA, Are you here on business or pleasure? as you can see it’s getting pretty cold here in Boston, I hope that the new year will bring us a step closer of realizing the dream of having a home E-cat keeping us warm, hope you don’t forget about us home E-cat users.

    Buon Natale
    John

  • Hans-Joachim Müller

    Dear Mr. Rossi,
    from the midle of 2011 I follow this blog. I am very hopefully about the success of your work.
    I wish you and all your coworkers merry Christmas and a very successful year 2013.

    Hans-Joachim Müller

  • Joe

    Wladimir,

    How can QRT allow a flux line of strong gravity n(o) to penetrate unobstructed from one half of the 2He4 field into the other half – and at great distance, too? Why does the second half not take the task itself of carrying the particle? If a 2He4 is responsible for creating hexagonal floors, how can only one of the two deuterons be solely responsible for the occasional placement of a particle at some vertex of that hexagon – independently of the other deuteron? Is not the field of a 2He4 a unified one?

    All the best,
    Joe

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Steven N. Karels:
    All your Friends of JONP wish you the same!

  • Steven Karels

    Merry Christmas to all my friends at JONP.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Thomas Florek:
    Thank you from New Bedford ( MA).
    Warmest Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Drew:
    The real researchers of LENR are at most not well known. Some of the well known ones are mental bricolagers.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    To the readers of JNP:

    It is ready the PART FIVE of the series of five articles of mine published in Peswiki, concerning the calculation of magnetic moments with my new nuclear model.

    The theoretical calculations are agree to the experimental data supplied by nuclear tables.

    The article is in this link:

    http://peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:_Stability_of_Light_Nuclei_%E2%80%93_PART_FIVE

    In the article are calculated the magnetic moments for the nitrogen and oxygen isotopes (also for some 14Si and 20Ca isotopes)

    I am introducing some changings in the article PART TWO, in order to explain some fundamental questions (for instance, why a deuteron induces different magnetic moments in 3Li6 and 3Li7:
    http://peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:_Stability_of_Light_Nuclei_%E2%80%93_PART_TWO#3Li7

    regards
    WLADIMIR GUGLINSKI

  • drew

    Dear Andrea,
    Thanks for your comprehensive reply, forgive me, I should have said ‘researchers’ rather than ‘experts’, personally I have serious doubts about anything when I see the word ‘expert’

  • Giovanni Guerrini

    …I hope yes!

    Regards G G

  • Andrea, a very Happy Holidays to you. Ideas are like fish. The big ones can be more difficult to pull into the boat. Great wishes to everyone here who is willing to catch a really really big fish.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Giovanni Guerrini:
    I do not know.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Frank Acland:
    If the magazine peer reviewing will be negative, the report will be put on Arxive.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Frank Acland

    Dear Andrea,

    If the peer reviewers do not approve the report, will the report be published anywhere else — maybe here in the JONP?

    Best wishes,

    Frank Acland

  • Dear Koen Vandewalle,

    I suppose/presume you’re Flemish/Belgian, and I would like to exchange some information with you.

    If you’re interested, could you please send me a message (to daniel_de_caluwe@hotmail.com )

    Kind Regards,

    Daniel.

  • Giovanni Guerrini

    Dear dott Rossi,
    could this peer review (if it will be positive of course)help you to obtain the international patent?

    Regards G G

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear R. Meiner:
    Please forward your request to
    info@leonardocorp1996.com
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Dear Dr. Rossi.
    Could you please give me the name/address of your Dutch licensee?
    I would like to start a joint project with him.
    Thanks and kind regards,
    R. Meiner

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Franco Bianchini:
    You will read the names on the report, if the Per reviewers will approve it.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Herb Gills:
    You must distinguish between the peer reviewing and the manufacturing of operating plants: the first does not depend on me, the second yes.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Drew:
    They are scientists, mainly with Physics Doctorate.
    By the way: what do you mean “recognized experts in LENR”? Is around there somebody enough stupid to define himself “recognized expert in LENR”? Recognized by whom? Find me a guy recognized by somebody as an expert of LENR, I will find you 1 million guys that will not recognize him as such and another million that do not recognize LENR at all. Is it really so difficult to understand that the sole recognized thing that counts is the recoognition of a Customer who uses a plant? The director of the validation has been chosen by a Customer of us, and the team and the reviewers have been chosen by the director. The peer reviewers of the magazine , obviously, have been chosen by the magazine and we do not know who they are.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Drew

    Dear Andrea,
    If I may ask,
    are the 3rd party..
    1. recognized experts in the LENR field
    2. totally out of this field
    3. a combination of the above
    Many thanks, and have a very enjoyable festivity
    Drew

  • Herb Gillis

    Andrea Rossi:
    You mentioned that the third party report will publish in early February- – if the peer review is “positive”. What do you think are the chances the report will not be positive? Would that mean that the Hot Cat “does not work”? If the peer review is negative, will you tell us what the objections of the referees were?
    Regards; HRG.

  • Franco Bianchini

    Dear Ing. Rossi,
    please can you tell us who will be the reviewer for the reports?
    regards
    Franco

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Orsobubu:
    Thank you for the very appreciated translation in English of the Swedish Reportage.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

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