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*Christos Stremmenos*

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Energy is a very fundamental physical property of the Universe.

It is defined, generically, as the ability to produce work; it can take many forms: kinetic, thermal, chemical, biochemical, electromagnetic, nuclear; may originate from matter: remember the Einstein equation E = mc2.

It is also contained, in a primitive form and enormous quantity, mathematically estimated to be of the order of 10113J/m3, in the quantum vacuum.

Richard Feynman, addressing to his students in front of an empty cup of tea made the famous statement: “There is enough energy in this empty cup to evaporate all the water in the oceans of our planet!”

Due to the many forms, our knowledge of all its properties is limited but its fundamental property, the conservation law, is well established.

In other words, energy is neither created nor destroyed, but only transformed.

Thus, all methods exploiting energy, convert one form of energy into others more useful for our needs: thermal engines generate mechanical work or electricity in turn available for a very high number of applications.

By regarding the universe as a closed system, energy is constantly circulating: it flows with mechanisms predictable from quantum mechanics, in part experimentally confirmed, from the quantum vacuum to matter; is converted to one of the energy forms creating work and useful interactions; finally, spreads back to the quantum vacuum.

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Bill Hayes:

1- I cannot answer in positive or in negative

2- It can be either AC or DC

3- same as in 1

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Dr. Rossi,

I want to ask several questions about retrieving an electrical current from the plasma.

If I understand correctly, the electrical energy is being obtained from an electromagnetic field in or around the plasma. My questions are:

1.Could something like an “antenna” (or an appropriately configured physical structure inside the reactor) be used to convert the energy of the electromagnetic field into an electric current?

2.Would the recovered electrical current be AC?

3.Would the physical dimensions of the antenna be most efficient at producing an electrical current if it were physically one quarter wavelength of the energy in the electromagnetic field?

Thank you for your dedication and hard work in creating a revolution in energy production.

Best Regards,

Bill Hayes

Jamal:

The orientation does not affect the operation of the Ecat. Yes, you can turn upside down the reactor with no effects deriving from this fact.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Andrea Rossi,

Is it important the orientation of the Ecat SK? For example: if you turn it upside-down, can it work as well?

Cheers

Jamal

Rosemary Ann Ainslie:

Just send by email your paper to info@journal-of-nuclear-physics.com

It will be peer reviewed and, if accepted, it will be eventually published.

Warm Regards

A.R.

Dear Sirs,

I would like to submit a 4-part paper on my magnetic field model. I do not see the method of submissions on this web site. Please advise. My email is on record hereunder.

Kindest regards

Rosemary Ainslie

Prof Christos Stremmenos,

Thank you for your interesting paper and the beautiful photos with you and Prof Sergio Focardi.

Prof:

It will be the first try: the first hint of voice of a newborn, that I hope will not be born dead.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea:

The test you will make in june will try the infinite COP generating electricity?

Lars:

We will supply data when we will have a product working.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

So the E-Cat SKL generates several kW electricity?

@ Prof Christos Stremmenos:

Your paper is coherent with the initial work of Rossi, described in the paper by Prof Sergio and Dr Andrea Rossi

Do you see continuity points between this stage and the Ecat SK we see in http://www.ecatskdemo.com ?

Cheers

John

Dear Prof Stremmenos:

Thank you for your paper and for your history: it was not known that you have been a hero of the Greek resistance against the fascist regime in the seventies!

With esteem,

Bernard