What I’m talking about is the E-Cat that was developed by Andrea Rossi, and which was independently verified by other scientists who published a report about it earlier this month. What they did was to take one gram of nickel powder plus some catalyst, sealed it in a steel tube and then heated it up and kept it hot for 32 days. They used about 800 watts of power to power it, and it produced over 2400 watts, so it outputed about THREE TIMES more energy than was entered into it.
This is REVOLUTIONARY!. It’s like the Wright brothers mastering flight with heavier than air airplane, or like people discovering usefulness of crude oil. THIS WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING. Of course most people won’t accept it at first, as they didn’t believe that the Wright bros. plane could fly, for years after that happened.
I forgot to mention that the testing of the E-Cat has producing over 1600 watts of FREE energy for over a month, which means that they have gotten almost 3 MEGAWATThours of power out of one gram of nickel!
Now this is a version of COLD FUSION, or LENR (low energy nuclear reaction), as that nickel powder CHANGED from isotope 58 to isotope 62. So it looks like some kind of nuclear reaction, except that there’s no radiation.
Here’s a quote:
“E-Cat or “Energy Catalyzer”, that basically reveals most of the secrets those following the evolution of this technology have desired to obtain for years. This release of data not only vindicates the validity of the technology, but may also be the catalyst, pun intended, that sparks a series of replications.
For those who are not aware, the E-Cat or Energy Catalyzer is the invention of Andrea Rossi, a businessman, engineer, scientist, and industrialist. He came to America as an immigrant from Italy and immediately entered the energy sector. Only several years ago, he developed a technology that allows for massive amounts of heat to be produced from safe nuclear reactions involving common elements on the periodic table, such as nickel and hydrogen. The reactions provide all the benefits of nuclear power – such as massive power density – with none of the drawbacks, the most obvious being radiation. The E-Cat uses no radioactive materials, produces zero radiation that escapes the reactor, and produces no nuclear waste. Just as importantly, it can produce dirt cheap power from a device that can fit on a table top.
Over the past few years, the E-Cat has been tested repeatedly by Andrea Rossi and other parties. Although a few tests have had issues due to malfunctions – such as possible contamination of fuel – the majority of them were resounding successes. The technology has proven to produce more power than it consumed repeatedly. This is called the COP, or coefficient of performance. For example, if an E-Cat consumes one unit of power and produces one unit of power, the COP would be 1. If it consumed one unit of power and produced two units of power, the COP would be 2. Some of these tests stirred up controversy, however. Despite the fact that large amounts of excess heat were produced by several different models of E-Cats via multiple forms of calorimetry, some skeptical parties continued to cast mostly unfounded criticism.
The paper that is the subject of this article goes further than to describe an ordinary test. As a whole, the test is beyond remarkable. In the paper, not only is a successful test described, but it provides a detailed analysis of the fuel or powder that is used in the E-Cat. Multiple types of scientific instruments are used to examine the elemental and isotopic composition of the powder. In addition, a limited amount of theory as to what nuclear reactions may be taking place is provided. In fact, there are even scanning electron microscope images of the nickel (and other) particles which could potentially give major nuggets of information for those attempting replication.
In every way, this paper is a revelation – a glimpse into a technology that will soon be changing the world. First and foremost, Andrea Rossi should be thanked for sacrificing a small personal fortune, years of his life, and thousands of long work days developing this technology. Without his persistence, despite the opposition of skeptics, internet trolls, parties falsely claiming to be competitors who had little or nothing to compete with, and obsessive individuals seeking to push their own agendas, the E-Cat would not exist; and this paper – along with the information it contains – would have never been published.
To this very day, Andrea Rossi works to enhance and improve the E-Cat. The focus of his efforts at this time is the perfection and consolidation of a one megawatt thermal plant that has been installed in the facility of his customer. While we read this report and study about the technology from the comfort of our homes and arm chairs, he is working in the literal trenches of a factory on an actual product. While doing so, he takes the time to answer countless questions on his blog, The Journal of Nuclear Physics, and even do interviews on programs like Coast to Coast AM.
Edison has nothing on Andrea Rossi.
32 Days of Excess Heat
The test started, and for ten days no adjustments were made. The reactor continued to operate at a constant temperature of 1260 degrees Celsius for this time period at a COP of approximately 3.2. When the testers increased the voltage of the input power, the temperature rose in four minutes to 1,400 degrees Celsius and remained at that temperature for the duration of the test. At that temperature the COP increased to around 3.6 to 3.8.
These COP figures may seem low from one point of view. They do not reach the COP of 6 that Rossi has repeatedly stated as his minimum goal for products using the E-Cat technology. However, anyone who reads the report will see that the authors explain how the test was not conducted in a manner to optimize performance or efficiency. It was conducted only to prove that excess heat, of some level, was produced beyond any possible doubt.
There are two main reasons the COP was seemingly low. First, they did not utilize a self-sustaining mode of operation. This is when an E-Cat operates at a stable or increasing temperature for a length of time (minutes, hours, or longer) without any input whatsoever. The problem with this mode of operation is that it can lead to a runaway effect which can cause the nickel powder to melt and the reactor to cease functioning. This mode may not have been available to the testers, and they would not have used it anyway. They had no need to use self sustain mode, because a COP of even 2 or less would have been a resounding success. All that mattered is that they measured a significant excess heat production beyond what was possible by any possible chemical reactions and was greater than any possible margin of error.”
This is the actual test report released earlier this month:
And there’s another cold fusion device, called the H-Cat. That one is REAL simple. Just generate some HHO gas (electrolysis) and blow it at the car catalytic converter substrate. That seems to produce excess heat, although it wasn’t scientificaly proven yet. Here’s a couple of videos about that:
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