Silicon Republic on the E-Cat Test

Irish technology news site Silicon Republic has picked up on the E-Cat Test Report and seems to be intrigued. Like other reports we have seen in the media so far, there is a cautiously optimistic response:

“A device known as the E-Cat could potentially be the first real step to a cold fusion reactor after the discovery it can potentially have 1m times more energy than gasoline . . .

“The biggest challenge to Rossi and his claims that the E-Cat uses low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) is the fact that he is even claiming it to have come from LENR as the scientific community arguably see it akin to a claim that someone has achieved alchemy.”

The alchemy comparison is an understandable one — but alchemy is always considered an impossible dream. Maybe we have finally reached the goal that the alchemists of old were seeking for.

Link to the article: http://www.siliconrepublic.com/clean-tech/item/38698-power-output-of-potential/

  • Ged

    Gees, Frank, these are just shooting off the presses. Not as impressive as some of the other analysis, but a cautiously positive one.

  • Ged

    Gees, Frank, these are just shooting off the presses. Not as impressive as some of the other analysis, but a cautiously positive one.

  • kc

    Found a news report from the triangle business journal. http://m.bizjournals.com/triangle/blog/techflash/2014/10/raleigh-investor-darden-still-bullish-on.html?r=full

    I also emailed the silicon republic article to Rte news. It’s our main news channel in Ireland. Silicon being Irish will help with the credibility otherwise I would have used a different article to forward.

  • kc

    That is twice I’ve sent you articles that you went on to publish as a separate post. You haven’t approved my comment yet you use the link I provided. Thanks Frank

    • Frank Acland

      Sorry, kc, I appreciate your comments — just having a hard time keeping up sometimes.

      • kc

        No problem. Just felt like I was being screwed over. Thanks for allowing my comment. Keep up the good work

      • bachcole

        I can’t keep up, and I am not even trying to publish a blog. (:->)

      • Zeddicus Zul Zorander

        I think you need an extra moderator besides yourself.

        You should ask around.

  • Ophelia Rump

    I am only slightly horrified that the author is unaware that Transmutation is common place in this nuclear age.

    Yes indeed, LENR is absolutely as unlikely as Alchemy, both are alive and well.
    The principle objective of Alchemy was satisfied a quite a while ago.