03/05/2012 to 03/11/2012

Rossi Investigated over Radiation Concerns Rossi’s US Office Location Revealed

Cold Fusion News

03/10/2012

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The reality of LANR, do we understand it? No, does it work? Yes

Tony’s Blog

03/09/2012

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E-Cat Weekly — March 8, 2012

PESN

03/09/2012

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As cold fusion events demonstrate, modern science is ruled by conformity, not the search for scientific truth

Natural News (from 2005 but pertinent to current events)

03/08/2012

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ARPA-E Wants Transformational Energy Technologies

Cold Fusion Now

03/08/2012

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Andrea Rossi ECAT – March update

ECat.com

03/08/2012

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REVOLUTION IN ACTION from Xanthi

Greek Blog

(Translated via Google)

03/07/2012

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Kev
March 6th, 2012 at 9:15 AM

Dear Ing. Rossi,

Considering that a home-based E-Cat may not be ideally suited to all domestic situations. Is it possible (maybe within 10-20 years) that we could see large, muli-staged, self-sustaining E-Cat power plants that could replace nuclear power plants?

If built next to the existing nuclear reactor buildings, they could even maybe utilise the existing turbines/electicity distribution installations.

Andrea Rossi
March 6th, 2012 at 8:50 PM

Dear Kev:
Yes, it is possible. Consider that we can put in parallel so many E-Cats we want, so once resolved the problem of reaching anough temperature to feed a turbine to obtain an efficiency of 30%, we can do anything, feeding with part of the electricity produced the E-Cats and selling the remaining electric and thermal power. If I am not wrong, that could be named “infinite energy”, couldn’t that ? We are working as beasts on this. Siemens gave us the key.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

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Waiting for the E-Cat: Attitudes of E-Cat Observers

E-Cat World

03/06/2012

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Rob
March 4th, 2012 at 9:46 AM

Dear Mr. Rossi,
You explained that it takes approx. 1 hour to start the E-cat process.
Why does it take one hour:
– due to low heat conductivity from heater to core?
– because the process has a slow avalanche response?
– other reason?

Andrea Rossi
March 4th, 2012 at 12:28 PM

Dear Rob:
Other reason, confidential.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

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eCat Question For Italian Parliament

Independent eCat News

03/05/2012

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Rossi Eyes 15 MW Plant in Pursuit of Self Sustaining E-Cat

E-Cat World

03/05/2012

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Attacks paid for by big business are ‘driving science into a dark era’

Researchers attending one of the world’s major academic conferences ‘are scared to death of the anti-science lobby’

Guardian UK

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