United States Patent US 9,115,913 B1

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  • Andrea Rossi

    Jan Srajer:
    I am not able to answer this question,
    Warm Regards,

  • Jan Šrajer

    Mr. Rossi
    Do you think that the amount of lithium for electric cars will be less needed in the future than today? I mean the ratio between today’s need for an electric car and the need for an electric car with E-catSKLep

    Warm Regards J.Š.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Giuseppe Censorio:
    Very interesting ! Now we must merit what the A.I. said and make artificial become real,
    Warm Regards,

  • Andrea Rossi

    Koen Vandewalle:
    Thank you for your kind attention to the work of our Team and your intriguing insight; about your question, I am not able to answer.
    Warm Regards,

  • Koen Vandewalle

    Dear Andrea Rossi,

    It has now been over fourteen years since you demonstrated the new abundant energy source to the general public. Initially, you did so with rather modest yet convincing experimental setups, and later with both large and small reactors, all fundamentally tapping into energy from the universe in a similar manner.

    We are all aware, from both past and recent history, that those in power in this world and the custodians of great wealth often pay little heed to what is good or bad for humanity and, by extension, our planet. Several hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of deaths due to hunger, deprivation, and even direct violence seem to have little impact on the exercise of power and the principles of established orders. This system, of course, relies on the choices individuals make for themselves in their daily lives and in setting their own priorities: their own homes and habitats, their own incomes, daily living comforts, and financial well-being are the true religions that overshadow other humane, intellectual, and spiritual values on various scales. This holds true in both very poor and wealthy countries. The prevailing mindset among large segments of the population continues to prevail.

    It is therefore with mixed feelings that I observe an almost endless supply of energy fails to stir people’s minds sufficiently, while, ironically, an electric car that can recharge itself is seen as if it were manna from heaven, destined to lead us, poor humanity, to a world of unlimited mobility.

    With the energy of the E-Cat, we will undoubtedly be able to power a fishing fleet capable of catching every species in the ocean, down to the last individual. We will also be able to transport every potato that can grow or products made by the poorest slave in the world around the Earth. This is, of course, not your problem or responsibility. It is the responsibility of both the collective of people and the leaders who have the real power to foster the development of such concepts or, conversely, to sabotage them.

    Do you have the impression, especially in preparation for the upcoming presentation and demonstration, that the world is now more receptive to your invention and gradually ready to accept it?

    With grateful regards,

  • Giuseppe Censorio

    Dear Andrea,
    out of curiosity I asked ChatGPT for a global scenario two years after the introduction of Ecat.
    Here the result:

    **My Question:**
    Could you create a scenario set two years after the announcement of the discovery of a device, the Ecat, which is capable of producing infinite energy at very low cost and can replace the batteries of electric cars and all other electrical devices? I am particularly interested in the global economic, social, and industrial repercussions.

    **ChatGpt response:**
    Certainly! Here’s a scenario set two years after the announcement of the discovery of the Ecat, a device capable of producing infinite energy at very low cost:

    **Scenario: The Post-Ecat World**

    **Industrial Revolution:**
    After the introduction of the Ecat to the global market, there has been a revolution in the energy industry. Traditional power plants have seen a sharp decline as fossil energy sources became obsolete. Energy companies had to realign their activities toward managing and implementing the Ecat, while many oil and gas extraction and production companies faced an economic crisis.

    **Environmental Sustainability:**
    The widespread use of the Ecat has led to a significant reduction in carbon emissions. Electric cars have become more affordable and prevalent, accelerating the transition to sustainable mobility. Cities have become cleaner, and climate change has seen a significant downturn, although challenges remain.

    **Economic Inequality:**
    While the Ecat has made energy accessible at minimal costs, it hasn’t necessarily eliminated economic inequality. Some nations, especially those with abundant traditional energy resources, have suffered a significant loss of revenue, leading to greater polarization between resource-rich and economically disadvantaged nations.

    **Industrial Changes:**
    Sectors such as battery manufacturing, renewable energy, and fossil fuels have undergone radical transformations. Many companies sought to adapt, for instance, by shifting their focus toward new energy storage technologies or investing in advanced applications of the Ecat.

    **Social Changes:**
    The transition to the Ecat has raised awareness about the importance of sustainability and responsible resource management. Governments and international organizations have collaborated to regulate the use of the Ecat and ensure equitable energy distribution.

    The advent of the Ecat has triggered unprecedented economic, social, and industrial changes. While it has opened new opportunities for sustainability and emissions reduction, it has also raised questions about energy distribution and global inequalities. The transition to this new energy era continues to present unique challenges and opportunities for the global community.


  • Andrea Rossi

    Jan Srajer:
    The streaming video will contain a link to a section of Q&A,
    Warm Regards,

  • Jan Šrajer

    Mr. Rossi
    I wonder if these technology questions will come up in October: is electric car modification affordable? Can the control module respond to immediate changes in current consumption or, conversely, recuperation of energy into the battery? Is the operating temperature from -10°C to +40°C acceptable? How much will the price of an electric car rise? I am curious about the professional questions of the onlookers.

    Warm Regards J.Š

  • Andrea Rossi

    Steven Nicholes Karels,
    Thank you for your suggestions,
    Warm Regards,

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