Gian Luca:
Thank you for your concern: my health is definitely improved, I am completely healed and I returned full time to my job.
I am glad to publish your link, very interesting, as well as it is the article of Di Stefano on Il Giornale.
I am honoured of the citation made by Prof Erasmo Recami and very pleased, also in memory of the great Prof Sergio Focardi.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Dr Andrea Rossi:
I appreciated your comment on the demonstration that no object can overcome the speed of light. Simple, essential, precise.
Cheers,
Prof

Buona Sera Andrea.
Spero la sua salute si sia ristabilita e sia potuto tornare a
quello che penso sia tutta la sua vita.
In questi giorni ho finito di leggere gli appunti e gli scritti che mi ha
fornito un fisico che lei conosce e altri scritti su Majorana. Non ultimo, quanto scritto e registrato dal giornalista DI Stefano, che lavora per “Il Giornale”.
Sono poi riuscito a trovare un recente documentario (realizzato dalla televisone Svizzera RSI) sul famoso fisico scomparso nel 1938 e non posso non pensare che qualche analogia con il suo lavoro
potrebbe anche esserci.
Le invio il link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYySGcjjrWE&list=FLtip3ELk2HhjX2y-I_ghF4Q) per poterlo
visualizzare senza dover cercare nel web.
Provi a dare un’occhiata anche perché, a 1h 16′ 50″, il professor Erasmo Recami, attuale rettore della
facoltà di fisica di Bergamo, cita espressamente Lei e Focardi.

ENGLISH
I hope your health is improving, allowing your return to the most important job of your life.
In these days I completed to read papers that a physicist that you know has delivered to me regarding the work of Ettore Majorana; among these papers there is the article that the journalist Di Stefano has published on the Italian national newspaper “Il Giornale”.
I also have watched the documentary on Majorana realized by the Swiss channel RSI and I found in all these things an analogy with your story.
I send you the link [SEE THE LINK ALONG THE ITALIAN TEXT HERE ABOVE]
In this report Prof Erasmo Recami, Dean of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Bergamo, cites precisely the work of you and Prof. Sergio Focardi.

Dear Andrea,
Does the DC (battery) activated QuarkX have other dimensions and/or installation requirements than the AC activated? Do you intend to concentrate on the DC version or are they two parallel paths?
Best Regards,
Karl-Henrik, Sweden

Dear Andrea:
Why don’t you react to the slanders some blog repeats notwithstanding it is well known the nature of slenders of what they write? You are working years since like a horse and while you burn your life for your work they insult you with no avail.
Warm Regards,
DT

Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:
Thank you very much for reminding us this recurrence in memory of the great Prof Sergio Focardi: we all are strongly indebted with him and I in particular am indebted with him for the enormous amount of things I learnt from him.
God bless his great soul
Andrea Rossi

Dear Andrea,
Just a few questions about changing the QuarkX battery.
1. Do you think the QuarkX has enough direct electrical output energy to keep the battery charged?
2. Have you already tested this?
3. If not, do you plan to test this?

If you would be able to show a QuarkX-battery combination fully self sustained, it would be a fantastic prove that the QuarkX technology works! It will be very convincing.
All the best and good health, Gerard

Dr Andrea Rossi,
You said you are making two factories to manufacture the E-Cats, one in the USA and one in Sweden.
In your strategy, will they be twin factories, or will perform different tasks?
Thank you,
Prof

Lorean:
The basic concept is that it does not make any sense to talk of speed of bodies if not inside a reference frame. In few words, to say ” the speed of A is x ” is a nonsense: you must say ” the speed of A respect B is x “.
To give evidence of the fact that c cannot be overcome we need some simple math, as follows.
Assume in some galaxy you have a star that orbits around a black hole at a speed equal to the 80% of the speed of light, which is 0,8c
Assume also that inside this star there is a body that travels inside the star in the same direction, at the speed of 0.6c
Let’s put the following symblos, to enable us to make mathematical formulas:

S = Black Hole
S’= Star
B = Body

The total velocity of B respect S by the Newton laws is 0.8c + 0.6c = 1.4c.
This is also called the ” Galilean addition ”
If we define:
u’ = v respect S’ of B
then
u’ = 0.6c
If we define
v = velocity of s’ relative to S
then
v = 0.8c
then
u = u’ + v = 1.4c
This appears to overcome c!
BUT THE GALILEAN ADDITION DOES NOT RESPECT THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE FRAMES OF REFERENCE !
If we distinguish between the frames of reference, we must make the
RELATIVISTIC VELOCITY ADDITION:
u = object’s velocity relative to the frame reference S
u’ = object’s velocity relative to the frame reference S’
v = velocity of S’ relative to S = 0.8c
Applying the “Relativistic Velocity Addition formula” we obtain:

u = u’+ v/1+u’vc^-2

If u’ and v are low respect c ( as it happens in our common life ) the Galilean addition is OK, because in this case the denominator of the formula remains approximatively equal to 1; BUT if u’ and v are relevant, as in our example, in this case the correction factor becomes important and the increase of the denominator reduces substantially the value of u’ + v; in fact, if we substitute the specific values in the formula of the relativistic velocity addition, we have:

u = 0.6c + 0.8c/1+[ (0.6c)(0,8c)]/c^2= 1.4c/1.48= 0.95c

Change the variables with any value you want of v and u’ and you will discover that the value of u will always be
u < c
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Dear Dr Andrea Rossi:
There is one point in the special relativity that I am not able to conceptualize: how can be the speed of light not to be overcame if I have one object that travels inside another object and the sum of their speed is higher than the speed of light?
Thank you if you can explain,
Cheers
Lorean

Gian Luca:

Thank you for your concern: my health is definitely improved, I am completely healed and I returned full time to my job.

I am glad to publish your link, very interesting, as well as it is the article of Di Stefano on Il Giornale.

I am honoured of the citation made by Prof Erasmo Recami and very pleased, also in memory of the great Prof Sergio Focardi.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Prof:

Thank you!

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Andrea Rossi:

I appreciated your comment on the demonstration that no object can overcome the speed of light. Simple, essential, precise.

Cheers,

Prof

Buona Sera Andrea.

Spero la sua salute si sia ristabilita e sia potuto tornare a

quello che penso sia tutta la sua vita.

In questi giorni ho finito di leggere gli appunti e gli scritti che mi ha

fornito un fisico che lei conosce e altri scritti su Majorana. Non ultimo, quanto scritto e registrato dal giornalista DI Stefano, che lavora per “Il Giornale”.

Sono poi riuscito a trovare un recente documentario (realizzato dalla televisone Svizzera RSI) sul famoso fisico scomparso nel 1938 e non posso non pensare che qualche analogia con il suo lavoro

potrebbe anche esserci.

Le invio il link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYySGcjjrWE&list=FLtip3ELk2HhjX2y-I_ghF4Q) per poterlo

visualizzare senza dover cercare nel web.

Provi a dare un’occhiata anche perché, a 1h 16′ 50″, il professor Erasmo Recami, attuale rettore della

facoltà di fisica di Bergamo, cita espressamente Lei e Focardi.

ENGLISH

I hope your health is improving, allowing your return to the most important job of your life.

In these days I completed to read papers that a physicist that you know has delivered to me regarding the work of Ettore Majorana; among these papers there is the article that the journalist Di Stefano has published on the Italian national newspaper “Il Giornale”.

I also have watched the documentary on Majorana realized by the Swiss channel RSI and I found in all these things an analogy with your story.

I send you the link [SEE THE LINK ALONG THE ITALIAN TEXT HERE ABOVE]

In this report Prof Erasmo Recami, Dean of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Bergamo, cites precisely the work of you and Prof. Sergio Focardi.

Cari saluti

Dear Andrea,

Does the DC (battery) activated QuarkX have other dimensions and/or installation requirements than the AC activated? Do you intend to concentrate on the DC version or are they two parallel paths?

Best Regards,

Karl-Henrik, Sweden

Update?

Dear Andrea:

Why don’t you react to the slanders some blog repeats notwithstanding it is well known the nature of slenders of what they write? You are working years since like a horse and while you burn your life for your work they insult you with no avail.

Warm Regards,

DT

Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:

Thank you very much for reminding us this recurrence in memory of the great Prof Sergio Focardi: we all are strongly indebted with him and I in particular am indebted with him for the enormous amount of things I learnt from him.

God bless his great soul

Andrea Rossi

Peter Gluck:

Thank you for your link,

Warm Regards

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

EGO OUT issue for this Friday:

http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2017/04/pr-28-2017-lenr-dark-side-of-if.html

wishing a fine weekend to readers and you,

peter

In memory of Sergio Focardi (1932-2013)

https://www.sif.it/media/2f39b27f.pdf

Gerard McEk:

Premature, but I can assure you that the QuarkX does not need this feature to be convincing…

Warm Regards

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

Just a few questions about changing the QuarkX battery.

1. Do you think the QuarkX has enough direct electrical output energy to keep the battery charged?

2. Have you already tested this?

3. If not, do you plan to test this?

If you would be able to show a QuarkX-battery combination fully self sustained, it would be a fantastic prove that the QuarkX technology works! It will be very convincing.

All the best and good health, Gerard

Walt C:

yes

Warm Regards

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

Does the current experimental battery powered version of the QuarkX have a COP > 1.0?

Thanks, WaltC

Frank Acland:

When it is discharged we charge it.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

Do you recharge the battery that is powering the QuarkX in your current testing?

Many thanks,

Frank Acland

JPR:

We are going very well, also with the use of a battery as a power source.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Robert Land:

Yes.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

quick question, Sigma 4 has been reached ?

thanks

Robert

Update?

Dear Readers:

Please find on

http://www.rossilivecat.com

new comments published in other posts of this blog,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Prof:

Twins and their production will be delivered to different territories.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Casey:

No.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:

Thank you for the information,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Peter Gluck:

Thank you for your link,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

EGO OUT issue for today here:

http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2017/04/apr-27-2017-lenr-7000-messages-at.html

cheers,

peter

Fusion reactors: Not what they’re cracked up to be

http://thebulletin.org/fusion-reactors-not-what-they%E2%80%99re-cracked-be10699

Dr Andrea Rossi,

Do you think that gravity can have some influence on the E-Cat?

Cheers,

Casey

Dr Andrea Rossi,

You said you are making two factories to manufacture the E-Cats, one in the USA and one in Sweden.

In your strategy, will they be twin factories, or will perform different tasks?

Thank you,

Prof

Lorean:

The basic concept is that it does not make any sense to talk of speed of bodies if not inside a reference frame. In few words, to say ” the speed of A is x ” is a nonsense: you must say ” the speed of A respect B is x “.

To give evidence of the fact that c cannot be overcome we need some simple math, as follows.

Assume in some galaxy you have a star that orbits around a black hole at a speed equal to the 80% of the speed of light, which is 0,8c

Assume also that inside this star there is a body that travels inside the star in the same direction, at the speed of 0.6c

Let’s put the following symblos, to enable us to make mathematical formulas:

S = Black Hole

S’= Star

B = Body

The total velocity of B respect S by the Newton laws is 0.8c + 0.6c = 1.4c.

This is also called the ” Galilean addition ”

If we define:

u’ = v respect S’ of B

then

u’ = 0.6c

If we define

v = velocity of s’ relative to S

then

v = 0.8c

then

u = u’ + v = 1.4c

This appears to overcome c!

BUT THE GALILEAN ADDITION DOES NOT RESPECT THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE FRAMES OF REFERENCE !

If we distinguish between the frames of reference, we must make the

RELATIVISTIC VELOCITY ADDITION:

u = object’s velocity relative to the frame reference S

u’ = object’s velocity relative to the frame reference S’

v = velocity of S’ relative to S = 0.8c

Applying the “Relativistic Velocity Addition formula” we obtain:

u = u’+ v/1+u’vc^-2

If u’ and v are low respect c ( as it happens in our common life ) the Galilean addition is OK, because in this case the denominator of the formula remains approximatively equal to 1; BUT if u’ and v are relevant, as in our example, in this case the correction factor becomes important and the increase of the denominator reduces substantially the value of u’ + v; in fact, if we substitute the specific values in the formula of the relativistic velocity addition, we have:

u = 0.6c + 0.8c/1+[ (0.6c)(0,8c)]/c^2= 1.4c/1.48= 0.95c

Change the variables with any value you want of v and u’ and you will discover that the value of u will always be

u < c Warm Regards, A.R.

M.S.:

Yes.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

JPR:

On our way toward Sigma 5.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Frank Acland:

So far so good.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

How is the battery powered Quark-X test going?

Best wishes,

Frank Acland

Update?

Dear Dr Andrea Rossi:

There is one point in the special relativity that I am not able to conceptualize: how can be the speed of light not to be overcame if I have one object that travels inside another object and the sum of their speed is higher than the speed of light?

Thank you if you can explain,

Cheers

Lorean

Dr Andrea Rossi:

Is still the QuarkX made by alloys that do not exist in commerce and you have to produce in your factory?

Regards,

M.S.

Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:

Thank you for the information,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

The matter is more “strange” than expected, confirms Cern

http://www.repubblica.it/scienze/2017/04/24/news/la_materia_e_piu_strana_del_previsto_lo_conferma_il_cern-163809283/

Peter Gluck:

Thank you for your link,

Warm Refards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

This is the rather modest link for the Efo Out edition today:

http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2017/04/apr-26-2017-lenr-just-info-issue.html

Cheers,

peter

David:

yes.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

JPR:

Today great day in the factory, on our road toward Sigma 5.

Update?

Dr Andrea Rossi:

I can’t wait to see the QuarkX in operation.

Do you think it will be possible within this year?

Janice S.:

Thank you for your information,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Erik:

I have to reach my target: bring to the market our products.

Your sustain is important.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Rossi,

Interesting white paper for your readers titled; Cold nuclear fusion development

http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.grifols.com/science/article/pii/S0168583X17304184

Dear Readers:

Please find on

http://www.rossilivecat.com

comments published today on other posts of this blog.

Warm Regards,

A.R.