Gravitons are produced by the gravitational interactions, which are too weak to be detected even in a collider as powerful as the CERN’s LHC. In some exotic theories, though, gravity is effectively strong at high energies, albeit unlikely as this might be.
Thank you for the information,
Dr Andrea Rossi:
Is it absolutely sure that gravitons are too weak to be measured as forces?
Here is another report from N. Stepanov showing what appears to be excess heat.
Recently, someone said on another forum that no one has been able to replicate your effect. In my opinion, this is totally false. In response to this certain person’s comment that no had been able to replicate the Rossi Effect, another poster mentioned the replication performed by the Russian group of Stepanov, Malahov, and Quoc. In addition to the replications by Parkhomov, Songsheng, and others, this replication provides additional evidence countering the assertion the Rossi Effect has never been replicated.
what do you think about this opinion of Sergio Focardi on atomic hydrogen in your e cat?
From 22 passi di Daniele Passerini.
[Male interviewer] Isn’t that the famous powder mentioned earlier?
Yes, there is the nickel powder, then there’s hydrogen and then there’s this chemical compound. The issue came up during that demonstration because, when some people tried to measure the gamma rays, Rossi objected, because by measuring the gamma rays they would have also measured the gamma rays emitted by this secret compound, and so they would have understood what it was, what was in it.
[Male interviewer] What was in the compound…
Yes, and it’s part of the patent. And the purpose of this secret compound is, I believe, to facilitate the formation of atomic hydrogen instead of molecular hydrogen, because hydrogen typically settles down in molecules, but if one has a molecule, it can not penetrate into the nucleus. So I think the additive is used to this purpose: it forms atomic hydrogen, which penetrates into the nucleus.
[Male interviewer] It penetrates into the nucleus…This is my interpretation, because Rossi did not tell me, nor have I asked him.Of course, looking at the [gamma] rays one can recognize it (and it will be a chemical compound, not just an element) and find out its components … this perhaps is still not enough … there may be more than two … perhaps in different proportions.
Thanks if you can answer
Yes, it is a very important exhibition of the yachting industry of the USA.
But I have to work on the QuarkX: the weekend is the sole period of the week I can give full time ( apart the tennis ) to the QuarkX.
Miami Boat show going on right now, good excuse to have some fun in the Sun.
Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:
Thank you for the links.
Hello Dr. Rossi, I send you here two interesting links.
The first is to an interview released from Mats Lewan, the second is about the conviction for corruption of the general that had forced your industries to close in past, as explained in the books of Mats Lewan and Vessela Nikolova.
Hank Mills, I can really identify, respect and agree with your post too in almost all respects thanks for that. It’s very hard not to get drawn in.
It’s astonishing resilience and patience on Andrea Rossi side. I have huge respect for that for him and his team.
My hope is that these replication trials will not only show massive excess heat, but the report writers will describe in detail what they feel enabled the excess heat effect. Basically, they need to not only produce excess heat but run a series of tests to see what parameters improve and/or kill the effect. Songsheng already produced hours of self sustained operation at extremely high temperatures; his results were the most impressive yet. However, his lack of continual repetitive follow up testing to nail down WHY he was able to achieve such great results (when most replicators do not) didn’t assist the replicator community. Basically, his test confirmed that excess heat CAN be generated with a combination of Ni, LiAlH4, and in his case sometimes added H2 from a tank. It also confirmed the reality that even with only HEAT and DC power (without fancy stimulation techniques) the nature of the Ni-H technology is to SELF SUSTAIN. What would have been a hundred times better, however, would have been for him to perform more tests that would show HOW it was working instead of just THAT it was working. If the information on HOW to get it working were to be shared in detail, many more replicators could have success. And with something as controversial as LENR/Cold Fusion, it takes many successful results to break through the walls of cynicism and intentional denial.
Thank you for your sympathy and for your insight.
Nuances, or subtle changes to one parameter, influence countless other factors in an experiment. While some basic themes of a system seem to be permanently fixed, in reality making a change to another element of the test can require a whole series of new considerations that will influence decision making processes. If a test element (figuratively or literally) is adjusted or replaced, the usage of pressure, heat, and stimulation may have to be re-thought. A seemingly overall solid system can otherwise fail to perform. Duration and magnitudes of pressure, vacuum, temperature, mixing, and pulsating may all require significant tweaking. Without experience and know how from extensive testing, resulting in an in-depth understanding of the interactions between the components of a complex system, success can be scarce.
I conclude that your ability to design and build working Ni-H devices is a direct consequence of the work you’ve put into testing them for the last decade. A binder of detailed auto-repair instructions cannot transform a person with a broken down car into a professional service mechanic. Likewise, an E-Cat replicator performing a couple of one-off tests is unlikely to achieve excess heat. For a single individual to master proper selection of powders, fuel handling, preparation, mixing, loading, thermal cycling, and stimulation (while avoiding a dozen possible pitfalls) requires the extreme dedication and work ethic that you’ve demonstrated. I’ve came to the conclusion that your level of intense concentrated focus is particularly difficult to find.
My hope is that not-for-profit replicators with the desire to openly share their methods and findings will emerge that have even a portion of your work ethic. Regardless of the arguments, fighting, and verbal bar room brawls taking place on various forums, I still feel a deep desire to see your technology accepted as concrete reality by the world. There’s a hundred different side issues I’m unsure about. And with the air thick with hostility with accusations flying in all directions, the increasing acrid environment seems to etch away at every untainted patch of innocence on the clothing of everyone involved: from the litigants, to forum participants with agendas, to ordinary forum users who feel bewildered and confused. I’m no different. On multiple occasions, I’ve found myself caught up in heated discussions, letting the emotions of the crowd influence me in ways I later realized were unacceptable. Primarily, because there is no excuse for disrespect and coarse, hurtful words. Secondly, because like almost everyone else except the principles involved, I have few facts to go on. In June, that may change when we on the outside see the full picture — not only a handful of emails.
Then reality strikes me. Through the layers of dirt and grime falling from the sky (raining down and adhering the clothing of the just, the unjust, and everyone in between) I see a silvery letter “E” on the back of a man’s jacket. As I approach, I see that this bold capital letter seems to repel the falling dust and ash, remaining bright and reflective. The highly polished nickel letter turns out to be part of a word, “E-Cat.” A moment later, the man turns around, and I recognize him to be you. Notebook in one hand, vial of powder in the other, and a stethoscope around his neck, the man simply nods before saying, “Thank you for your continued attention. I must get back to work now — my reactors must be attended.” The figure then walks through the midst of an angry crowd, opens a door revealing a laboratory inside, and enters. For a moment, through the crack of the door, I believe I see an elderly figure standing at one of the lab benches, taking a measurement. The second I am reminded of Sergio Focardi’s early dedication to the testing of your technology, you secure the entrance.
The bright letter “E” is all that matters now. Enormously Energetic, Extremely Economical, Enviously Environmentally Friendly: regardless of any outcome or future scenario, the reality of the E-Cat technology must be demonstrated for the sake of the entire world. My hope is that this happens in the very near future via repeated replications by multiple parties, showing self sustained production of heat.
Please forgive this rambling from someone who feels torn and pulled in multiple directions, with only the overall reality of your nickel-hydrogen technology to keep him hanging on. It literally has turned into the sole source of light in a gloomy cave, filled with angry bitter souls scratching at each other. By keeping focused on that light, I hope I can avoid losing what remains of myself and becoming one of them.
The ventriloquist from NC is back posting at LenrForum to no end.
Yes, it will be in June.
Sorry, I am not a rumorist.
Has a firm date been scheduled for the beginning of the jury trial between Leonardo and IH?
Burt ( email@example.com ):
I received from you the following comment that I lost in the spam:
Have you reached Sigma 4 yet. I suppose it is a long way from 4 to 5.
Dear Dr Andrea Rossi:
There are rumors that important replication trials are on course: do you know anything about?
Thank you for your link,
In pursue of precise directions from my Attorneys, I cannot comment on issues that will find due evidence in Court.
Also this issue will find the due answers and evidence in Court; any comment before such disclosure is simply a tongue-air-displacing system, like disputing about the gender of the angels. Not having serious evidence to present in Court, IH is trying to make the trial in the blogs instead, trying to create a negatively oriented bias against us. Everybody is free to choose the strategy he deems more appropriate for the situations he has to deal with. We have chosen to give base to our litigation exclusively on the evidence that will be disclosed in Court.
No bad news, therefore good news.
No, today I am in Raleigh with my Attorneys for purposes related to the litigation.