Recent TV Feature on E-Cat with English Translation

Italian engineer Dr. Renato Estri has posted a new version of the recent video feature on the E-Cat which includes English captions. Dr. Estri works for Artech, an Italian company which designs software control systems, and has become quite an advocate for the E-Cat. The caption for this video states that the program was aired on Class TV CNBC — I’m not sure what that is, maybe it is an Italian station with some kind of connection to CNBC.

  • Gerrit

    according to wikipedia “class CNBC” is the italian version of CNBC Europe. It mainly covers business and financial news.

    • Jim

      “It is essentially an Italian language version of CNBC Europe, albeit with a major focus on the Italian financial markets.”

      Wow! This has got to have some very deliberate backing.

      Might be interesting to watch for any movement in Italian energy funds.

  • andreiko

    Is it possible to dismantled nuclear power plants as LENR Central?

    When the lowest possible output level – e-cats in line pipes are as
    control rods are used in the current nuclear power stations, it seems this possibility no utopia do you?

    • fortyniner

      Not possible, sadly. Once a nuclear core has been started up it becomes too radioactive to do any further engineering work on. Engineers must wait for many years after a reactor has been ‘decommissioned’ before it becomes possible to work on it. For example, Oldbury power station in the UK was de-fueled last year but dismantling is not scheduled to start until the the year 2092, and the process will take a decade.

      These things are going to remain as monuments to monumental stupidity for a very long time to come.

      • andreiko

        Control rods are regularly replaced after on starting a reactor? Why should no tubes with e-cat fuel filled can be placed. The remaining radioactivity appears to me to be no insurmountable obstacle primarily because the intensity of the remaining radiation with a multiple is diminishes

  • Andre Blum

    strange, really. this.

    All these years we are closely following this story, hoping for some kind of confirmation that cold fusion may actually exist and that the new fire can be tamed for practical use. We have our ups and downs, but think we have a right to believe.

    In the mean time we try, millimeter by millimeter, to move the opinion of scientists, the media and the general public just that tiny bit away from their steady belief that cold fusion is junk science.

    Then there is this item, presenting cold fusion, and the e-cat, as a pretty normal fact. Fusion of nickel and hydrogen to copper. E=mc2. nickel the size of a dinghy containing the energy of an huge oil tanker. Great italian technology, as usual. Been there, done that.

    Strange. and a bit scary.

    • Gerrit

      yes I also liked the matter-of-fact presentation style by both the presenter and Dr. Estri.

    • AlainCo

      Scientists, especially physicist will never accept LENR until it is sold, and even they will claim it is a fraud as long as it is possible (the swedish show-case will not convince them).

      Entrepreneur, industrialist , ALREADY accept to talk of LENR behind closed doors, and some ALREADY work on it to provide the spare-parts (turbines…).

      I have no surprise to hear that defkalion is flooded with partnership demands… It simply is logical.
      Already some scientists are flooded with “new friends”…

  • Kim

    Great Interview.

    I hope to see a similar presentation
    in the U.S. (someday over the rainbow).


    • Joe Shea

      Very impressive! The comment by Engineer Estri that I appreciated most was that a small barrel of E Cat catalyst puts out the same energy as a full supertanker of oil. Is that amazing or what?

  • Bernie Koppenhofer

    China and LENR. Cold fusion is a perfect solution to many of China’s problems. Do we have any evidence China is developing LENR? Is there a “race” going on behind the scene between “superpowers” like we saw with rocket development and nuclear weapons? I would be interested in listening to a discussion on this site about the above.

    • Yes, if china is going into this race, they will speed up the whole procedure.

      First, they don’t have any difficult security rules, and second they need such an energy form for themself very much.
      Another incentive: If they were able to control LENRs, they will be a large step ahead the western states.
      This could change the balance of power dramatically to their benefit.

      • SteveA

        And…many companies there ignore international patents. So they have that going for them, which is nice.

        • Yes, in this respect china could be the best place to introduce this technology very fast and without any suppression.

          • Bernie Koppenhofer


          • Bernie Koppenhofer

            I agree no suppression and no patents to worry about, I can’t believe they do not have a crash program ongoing.

          • And because the Brillouin patent, they should be aware about the technology.

            And we all know they can copy like champions 😉

            So why they shouldn’t work on such a device?

          • Iggy Dalrymple

            Japan or South Korea would also seem naturals for adaption and development of LENR. Both are industrialized and energy poor.

          • Enjet

            Far from it. In the 80’s even before cold fusion became known in the west, there was a man named Hongcheng Wang from Harbin, who found a way to transform water into oil cheaply, and had gained wide support from academics (even two most prominent scientists in nuclear physics who lead the nuclear bomb project in China supported him after one of them tried it out and tested everything without the intervention of the inventor), but was eventually took down by a mysterious power we don’t understand yet. The reality of his invention is beyond any doubt, even though all known science theory is against it.

          • Roger Bird

            I doubt it.

          • b4FreeEnergy

            … “but was eventually took down by a mysterious power we don’t understand yet” …

            Thats sounds really good!

    • Jim

      What is meant by “China…they”? The Sub-Minister for coal fired electrical generation? Is he interested in LENR?

    • Omega Z

      China, Korea, Japan, Russia, All have been working on CF/LENR for a long, long time.

      All have found positive results. None have been able to get beyond the research level.

      CF/LENR hangs on very tight to it’s secrets.
      It will only require 1 key to open the door to all the other possible keys. Rossi may have found the 1st. Once known other will be discovered. Bushnell of NASA thinks there are many variations of CF/LENR waiting to be discovered.

      • Roger Bird

        Omega Z, you proved that the USA DIA knew about LENR before November of 2009. I am afraid for me you are going to have to prove your assertions again about “China, Korea, Japan, Russia, All have been working on CF/LENR for a long, long time.” Sorry about that.

        • Omega Z

          I’d like to oblige Roger, but can’t at this time.
          I’m using a borrowed computer as mine was hacked Big Time.

          It may be terminal. They hit my BIOS.

          Anyway, the info about the above entities are available with a lttle research. Most have been involved since the P&F annoucement in 89. Some before.

          Expect many typo’s from me for a while. This thing is clunky compared to what I’m use to. But beggers can’t be choosey.

  • Jim
  • Iggy Dalrymple

    Edward L. Bernays, “The Father of Spin”, nephew of Sigmund Freud, still rules the USA.

    “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. …We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. …In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons…who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind.”

    ― Edward L. Bernays, Propaganda

    “Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”—- Woodrow Wilson

    • Roger Bird

      The Internet is undermining this information tyranny.

      • Iggy Dalrymple

        How so in the US? It’s looks like the US public will be the last to know about LENR. WIRED-uk writes about LENR. WIRED-us, toes the line. CNBC produces TV show on LENR for Italy, but mums the word for CNBC in the US. Only Forbes-online has the balls to talk about it here.

        • Roger Bird

          We seem to be an anger/fear ridden people. I guess that is what happens when one as so much that other people want to steal it. We used to be the land of the brave. Now we are the land of the cowards.

    • Delval13

      Excellent article!

  • TPaign

    Food for thought… Rossi’s U.S. patent application was filed in January 2011. The U.S. patent process has been taking 30 to 36 months, for nearly the last 5 to 7 years. This places the patent award, if awarded, somewhere within the next 6 months. As an inventor myself, I understand Rossi’s desire for secrecy, but soon that should no longer matter as much. I’d expect we’ll be seeing public demonstrations and additional 3rd party verifications within weeks of Rossi’s patent award.

    • kasom

      “public demonstrations and additional 3rd party verifications”

      are the least what I expect for the next weeks.

      Big Surprises, coming out of the partner, a patent application for the mouse-cat or tiger design. Marketing people of the partners organisation should be aware that DGT could possibly gain more publicity at the NI and ICCF-18 Conferences and react.

      They have bought Rossi, payed a lot and they should be urged by their management to start the business asap.

      If not, the (hot)cats are still not under control…

    • Alp

      Just FYI, the way patents work is that you are protected from the day you file, if the patent is ever awarded. There is no need to wait for the actual approval. Even if the approval is wrongly denied, you can sue anyone who infringes on the patent from the day you filed the application.

      IIRC, someone who works regularly with patents reads this forum. Maybe they can explain it better.

    • TPaign

      Also, the recent third party testing and report may have been primarily performed and prepared for the USPTO, not for us ECAT fans. The patent examiner may have initially rejected some or all of the patent claims, and the third party report may have been included as part of Rossi’s response. A few rounds of back and forth between the patent examiner and the Inventor’s attorneys is normal, particularly when the claims are extraordinary or to a degree of complexity where the examiner has a hard time comprehending the mechanics behind the claim.

    • Iggy Dalrymple

      Has Rossi ever filed for patent on his catalyst(secret sauce)?

  • Omega Z

    ECW Clan
    Question’s posed about China LENR, Etc.

    We live in 2 worlds.
    We all live in the real world where we are spoon fed the supposed reality of the world. A little bit of truth and a lot of BS.

    There’s also the world where behind the scenes Fact is stranger then fiction. The U.S. (MIT I believe) Researched & Designed a Hot fusion Project. Similar to ITER.
    The Hardware was built in Italy And Assembled in Russia.

    The U.S. Sold F-16 Fighter jets to countries in the Middle east. A Factory built in Turkey to produce half of them there.

    Certain Criticle parts for U.S. Stealth Aircraft are built in China. I could list strange situations as above & some even stranger at length.

    Many of these collabrative situations seem unlikely in the Day to Day World we all live in given politicle tentions. Yet they take place all the time.

    Point being, they don’t fit the world we are presented daily by the MSM. I’m Not claiming conspiracy as this information is publicly available if you specifically look for it. It’s hidden only by the fact that MSM doesn’t post it front & center. They just don’t report it.

    Most of the Governments of the World are in close collaboration even if it doesn’t appear that way in public. Yes, their competitive & play their games, but they work together much closer then you believe.

    Does anyone really think a Country such as China or otherwise will take LENR/CF & Run with it given the true reality.

    I Don’t think so. Not in the hidden reality we seldom see.

    • Delval13

      I believe that the Chinese have a LENR reactor made by a French Company named Brouillon and supposedly is in full operation that information was released by someone on You Tube that I believe has credibility if anyone has some information please post it,thanks.

    • Roger Bird

      An interesting contribution to our attempt to try to focus on how things are. Remember that they steal our software all of the time. LENR would be 99.9% intellectual property anyway.

      • Omega Z

        “they steal our software all of the time”

        Ha. See, they aren’t any smarter then we are.
        Their as prown to viriuses Etc as we are..