At least twice now, when asked by readers of the JONP whether, after creating a partnership with a US entity, Andrea Rossi still has control of his technology he has answered that his partner “shares his philosophy.” He has not yet affirmed that he is still fully in control of it — which leads me to suspect that he no longer is.
We know barely anything about what has happened; we don’t know who the partner is, so all guesses are very speculative. When asked about the reasons he entered into this agreement Rossi stated, “We made tests with the consultants and the engineers of the Partner after the signature of a contract with strong guarantees for both parties. I trusted them, they trusted me: their intentions were honest and my instinct told me they were not here to spy, but for real will of working with our technology. This fact cracked the nut.”
Trust and instinct — these are what many decisions in life are based upon, business and otherwise. Along with this, Rossi has also spoken about signing a “mammoth contract, giving the certainty of a solid future to our development.” Rossi will certainly not have entered into any agreement without very carefully evaluating the effect that it would had on the long-term prospects for implementation of his technology.
If the partner of Rossi shares his philosophy — what is that philosophy? In the past, Rossi has spoken about bringing about a revolution to benefit the world, and many observers have held out a lot of hope for that. It will be interesting to learn more about this partnership as times go on.
I wrote to AR on the JONP asking him to summarize his philosophy. His reply:
The philosophy of our USA Partner and of us is based on the following 4 pillars:
1- this technology has to be consolidated and put at the service of Mankind
2- industrialization of the manufacturing must reach low prices to lower the cost of energy in the World
3- give back the money we earn as much as possible to cure cancer in children in the World
4- produce good jobs