The Hope For an LENR Tommorrow
The Limitless Potential of the E-Cat: An Interview with Andrea Rossi
Brillouin Energy interview on Ca$h Flow:
“We can re-power coal plants with LENR”
CERN Could be About to Start Researching LENR Following Recent Colloquium
Per Francesco Celani (translated via Google)
I wish to inform you that the “Colloquium” held at CERN on March 22, 2012 LENR has been an undoubted success.
Speakers were Prof. Yogendra Srivasta (Univ. of Perugia) and the writer.
* Yogendra talked about the theoretical aspects, focusing on a new model based on “weak interaction” (co-authored a few articles along with Larsen and Widom).
Yogendra’s report is available at:
* I took care of the aspects purely experimental and I did a roundup (over 1 hour) on some of the most significant experiments, especially in terms of excess heat.
My report is downloadable from the website below:
* I would like to thank Prof. Brian Josephson, Nobel Prize in Physics (read my copy), immediately sent me for the link.
* I would like to thank all of you who have had the patience to follow this line of research consistently complex and, often, self-denial.
For my part, I was convinced that the truth would come to light, despite cover-ups, false leads and unfortunately, still “other”.
Thanks for your attention, Francesco Celani
A World of LENR Devices
Steven N Karels
March 26th, 2012 at 10:00 PM
Dear Mr. Rossi,
Another device is the Patterson device that used nickel spheres in a salt solution and an electric current to generate excess heat. They failed because they could not mass produce the fuel (spheres). Have you been able to mass produce your nickel+catalyst fuel in large quantities in a production manner? How long does your fuel production process take? Weeks? Months?
S. N. Karels
March 27th, 2012 at 8:27 AM
Dear Steven N. Karels:
As you know I never comment the work of the Competitors. Regarding our fuel, the problem of the availability of the fuel’s components does not exist, we make use of so tiny amounts of material, that even one billion of E-Cats could not pose any fuel- availability issue.
March 27th, 2012 at 6:12 AM
Dear Dr. Rossi, between friends we’re fantasizing about the identity of the puppeteers, and we’re wondering if you know them with certainty. Good job, the universe protect you. (translated)
March 27th, 2012 at 8:13 AM
We know perfectly who some puppeteers are: our intelligence system is working together with the Law Firm we have engaged for this issue. We are collecting and analyzing every single phrase the Puppets, Snakes (and Clowns) are publishing in paper press and in Internet. We prefer not to sue puppets and puppeteers ( and Clowns) so far because we will be stronger when our working plants will be public: at that point we will give to the Court all the necessary evidence to win both on criminal and in civilistic fields this battle. For now we are just preparing all the necessary publications, comments, evidence, documents, addresses, etc, etc. I start the battles when I am sure to win. So far they had the sensation that our Group can be libelled for free: it is not so. All the proceeds that we will earn from these trials will be donated to families we have already selected that need money to cure the cancer of their children.
If you are interested to this issue or have information for us, please contact
Thank you for your kind attention,
Andrea Rossi Considers Competition Only In Case And When The Actual Product Hits The Market
Princeton Professor Shows that Small Scale Hot Fusion Could be Possible
March 25th, 2012 at 7:14 PM
Dear Mr. Rossi,
Thanx for you answer. I understand that you decline to elaborate on security related issues.
But can you tell us more about your concerns as a entrepreneur regarding the factory?? Usually entrepreneurs experience bottleneck after bottleneck managing a start up. In your statements you have been flexible regarding the production date,.. indicating that you have several factors that you are not in full control of. Are the problems different comparing to a start-ups in Europe??
March 25th, 2012 at 7:39 PM
As you correctly say, when a new factory is started up many unforeseeable issues grow up while working. So far our work is going on regularly, along the scheduled timing. There are factors that do not depend from us, for example the time to receive all the requirements from the certificators: being our production at a very high level of robotization, we cannot complete the software before we know exactly what we have to do. Many other factors can change, this is a battle, my friend and when you go to make a battle you engage with a global strategy in mind, then get dynamically fit to win the difficulties in a changing situation.
Start ups in Europe and America have basically the same kinds of difficulties, as I am experiencing.
March 25th, 2012 at 4:46 AM
Dear Mr Rossi,
Much of the last weeks headlines and posts have been related to the “million unit factory”. The picture appearing in many minds is a car factory or oil refinery sized operation, something not be easily camouflaged. It also seems that the “million unit factory” information have not been connected to the information that your e-Cat have become much smaller with a compact design.
I think it would be beneficial if you gave us some key info.. like approx. square meters and the projected number of staffs required to operate the plant (stores, processes, management). That would kill most of the speculations and get this back, ..the “puppeteers” will run out of ammo.
The real public is all but interested to where and how our factory is. They are interested to our products, not to where and how we make them. Wannabe competitors are interested to this information, to put hurdles (as they tried to do already).
I thank you very much for your suggestion, which is based also on good sense, but I prefer to stay undercover.
The more info the puppeteers have, the more will create disturbments. So far they are just making ” much ado for nothing”, as Shakespeare would say.
Real Customers don’t care if the E-Cats are made on the Moon, Jupiter , Disneyland or wherever…thay want a product that pays back itself in few time and that works well. All the rest is my business.
Technology always improves. And today, it improves faster than ever. When the E-Cat is finally on sale in the mass market, many parties will involve themselves in reverse engineering the E-Cat and trying to improve it. Some will succeed. And rather quickly too. They will try to market their version of the E-Cat. The market demand will be too great for these upstarts to worry about potential lawsuits from Leonardo Corporation. And if there are too many such competitors, you – Dr Rossi – will be spending most of your precious time and your valuable resources trying to fight them. And I fear that it will be a losing battle since governments and courts are too slow to move in protecting patents. Therefore, my question to you is, would you consider creating a plan to entice future successful innovators to sell their improved technology to you for a lump sum or significant share in your company?
All the best,
March 26th, 2012 at 5:22 PM
To make the reverse engineering will be impossible, in an economivally viable way. You will see. Also for the clowns that are saying around that they have copied us. Not only we will defend in Court our intellectual property, but also we will sell the products at a price that will make impossible to copy and produce it with profit.