The Gogoro Smartscooter is without a doubt one of the most eyecatching products we’ve laid eyes on at CES in Las Vegas this year. But as well as being cute and energy-efficient, the company behind the zero-emissions electric scooter has a grand ambition: to transform urban transportation for the smart cities of the future.
Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works Division has announced their plans to build a compact nuclear fusion based reactor prototype within five years.
Andrea Rossi was asked today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the largest and smallest E-Cat working reactors that he has made. He responded: I can say this: the total volume of the reactors of the 1 MW plant is half cubic meter ( 500 liters of volume)
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Rossi: 1 MW Plant Reactors Occupy 1/2 Cubic Meter in Volume
UPDATE #2 (Nov 25, 2014) The picture below shows us that the MFMP team is setting up a system that tries to closely match the reactor and testing equipment used in the Lugano E-Cat Test. The reactor shown here is described as a ‘broken bone’ — the team is apparently making better molds and obtaining […]
The following information was provided to me by Mats Lewan and is published here with his permission. I had asked him if he was aware of the current situation with Hydro Fusion, Swedish E-Cat Licensee who operate the ecat.com website. As far as I know Hydrofusion is still a licensee with good relations to Rossi.
Thanks to Georgehants for posting the following question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics: Dear Mr. Rossi, after all your years of hard work, at this time what is the thing that you are most looking to achieve and will give you the most satisfaction in your work? Could it be the successful completion of […]
Rossi Looking for ‘Perfection’ in 1MW Plant
This comment was first posted here by Omega Z It should be known that those doing this test used four or five other instruments to periodically check voltage/amperage through out the test on various input output cables. This was done in order to be confident in the data acquisitions of the PCE 830’s.
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The Unlikelihood of Power Measurement Error (Omega Z)
Following up on a post on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday regarding his hopes for a natural gas driven E-Cat, Andrea Rossi commented further today. Peter Fosberg stated in a new post that “I have yet to hear Rossi say that he can produce electricity with good enough efficiency. Do you have other information
Rossi: Natural Gas E-Cat Needed For Electricity Production (For Now)
The following post was sent by Hank Mills Some people looking at the Lugano report are asking questions about the increase in current during the 32 day test of the E-Cat compared to the dummy run. They assert the increase in current means that the power input measurements were flawed, and the E-Cat produced no […]
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Thoughts on the E-Cat Current Question (Hank Mills)
11/5/2014 Response to Hank Mills’ Post “My Hypothetical Answer to the E-Cat Current Question” Michael Lammert (AKA Dr. Mike) Hank Mills has posted his thoughts on the active current issue in the Lugano test on the Pure Energy Systems News website in a post titled “My Hypothetical Answer to the E-Cat Current […]
The following was submitted by Brandon Hurd I have posted the comment below, on a number of articles concerning declining oil prices. I think that, regardless of whether or not the oil price decline is linked (I believe it is) to the recent third party report, it is nevertheless a great opportunity to inform readers […]
http://ecat.com In an unexpected turn of events the highly anticipated test report has recently started to circulate online. Although still pending publication, ECAT.com can today confirm that this is indeed the submitted ECAT Test Report: Observation of abundant heat production from a reactor device and of isotopic changes in the fuel Giuseppe Levi Bologna University, Bologna, […] The post ECAT Test Report 2014 – validates Rossi Effect appeared first on .
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ECAT Test Report 2014 – validates Rossi Effect
Key findings: 3.2-3.6 times overunity 32 days continuous, and an isotopic signature of nickel and lithium was found to have changed substantially. Academic authors conclude, “Even in the most conservative scenarios, we have values that allow us to conclude that the reactor studied here may not be considered a conventional source of energy.” (Free Energy Blog; October 8, 2014)
A blog page to compile information relating to a scientific report on the E-Cat with two important findings from a 32-day test run of the reactor — together leading to the clear conclusion that the E-Cat is an energy source based on some kind of nuclear reaction, without radiation outside the reactor. (PESWiki; October 9, 2014)