Andrea Rossi Featured in Panorama — Major Italian Magazine (Vessela Nikolova)

I received the following today from Vessela Nikolova, author of the recent biography of Andrea Rossi.

With pleasure I can tell that, finally, a long and well-written article on Andrea Rossi (the fruit of a long interview with him), the E-Cat and my book has been published today on the main Italian magazine, “Panorama”, which is the equivalent of “Time” for USA. It seems the sign that something is moving…

You’ll find the article attached (at low-res for copyright reasons) and additional information in my post here:
http://www.ecat-thenewfire.com/blog/book-e-cat-on-the-main-italian-magazine/

panoramarossi

  • Gerrit

    Congratulations. According to wikipedia ” it is one of the two most-prominent Italian weekly magazines.”

    • pg

      It is. Funny thing is that it is owned by Berlusconi

  • Gerrit

    Congratulations. According to wikipedia ” it is one of the two most-prominent Italian weekly magazines.”

    • pg

      It is. Funny thing is that it is owned by Berlusconi

      • orsobubu

        Not so much strange, if you think that the rival editorial group, Repubblica, features the blog “Ocasapiens” by Sylvie Coyaud, which is on the forefront in the fight against Rossi, with absolutely savage attacks, near to defamation limits, and that this group is linked to the “left” italian bourgeoisie, against the “right” wing, to which Berlusconi belongs.

        • pg

          Of course. I just think it is funny because just by pure chance (going against the interest of his biggest enemy) he is for once doing some good.

          • Competition keep people honest.

          • Zamboni

            Well, if you look at a political map, socialists took great care to put puppet dictators on all oil-producing lands, and communists verted all their efforts on “renewables”, so obviously the lefties are the ones who can lose the most from this invention. They defame Rossi for the same reason they defame nuclear: because the technology totally outcompetes them.

  • It’s like there’s been a sea change over the last couple of weeks in attitudes. I don’t think the Lugano report by itself can be responsible (not published yet in a peer reviewed journal). Maybe, but I think there must be influential forces working behind the scenes.

    Somebody or something important somewhere finally gave this technology credibility.

    • psi2u2

      Seems that way.

    • georgehants

      We are forgetting to give the Russians due credit for being the first peer reviewed premier journal to cover the TPIR.
      I hope this is not childish sour grapes.

      • While I appreciate the importance of a notable Russian scientist’s open-mindedness, the paper was not published in the peer reviewed journal. This was more like a blog entry from one of their contributors.

        • georgehants

          LENR G, could you please explain the discrepancy between what you are saying and Mr. D. Travchenko.
          ———
          “This is a peer reviewed nuclear physics magazine and Dr Uzikov is a
          preminent figure of the Russian Nuclear Physics world. Congratulations
          to the Professors of the ITP, this is an important endorsement from the
          mainstream Russian scientific environment. If you come in Russia you
          will find friends of much higher level than you can even imagine.
          From Russia, with love and with the regular Warm Regards,”
          D. Travchenko

          • The ITPR was not peer reviewed or published by the Journal.

            I don’t consider it much more than a call to look closer by a single curious scientist. The significance of the journal allowing such an article on its web site is open to interpretation. But the “peer-reviewed” part of it is not in play here so we shouldn’t make a big deal out of that aspect IMO.

          • georgehants

            LENR G I like all good scientists do not care about what you consider, only Facts.
            Please answer the question I put to you above.
            ———
            LENR G, could you please explain the discrepancy between what you are saying and Mr. D. Travchenko.
            ———
            “This is a peer reviewed nuclear physics magazine and Dr Uzikov is a
            preminent figure of the Russian Nuclear Physics world. Congratulations
            to the Professors of the ITP, this is an important endorsement from the
            mainstream Russian scientific environment. If you come in Russia you
            will find friends of much higher level than you can even imagine.
            From Russia, with love and with the regular Warm Regards,”
            D. Travchenko
            http://www.e-catworld.com/2014

          • Again? 🙂

          • georgehants

            You have done nothing to answer my question but call Mr. D. Travchenko. a liar.
            If you are not going to answer please just say so.

          • georgehants, I didn’t call anyone a liar. I explained my take on the significance of the article on the proatom.ru. I’m not interested in your bomb-throwing.

          • georgehants

            You are calling Mr. D. Travchenko.a liar, without proof, saying it is not a peer reviewed journal.
            I do not wish to spend more time on your usual false “scientific” reasoning.

    • Buck

      I disagree a little . . . it was noted within a few days of 10/8/14 that the ITPR2 was downloaded near 100k times. Further, that some were traced to an international sized bank, which acted as the basis for making a reasonable assumption: large players specifically searched out and gathered critical LENR information.

      If you include the neutral to positive critiques of the ITPR2, including Elforsk’s response, with the staggering results of ITPR2, you have sufficient information. If you are a money man/decision maker responsible for a large body of assets and capital, you adjust your view of investment ROI probabilities . . . and this ‘trickles’ into your decisions.

      Hypothetically, if there are 10,000 players making a market and the results of ITPR2 triggers a shift from 99.9% disbelief to 90% disbelief, then there is now about 1000 players, instead of 10, investing towards a Fossil Fuel to LENR transition.

      And, as they say “The Early Bird Catches the Worm”, none of the Players is really going to share the fact of LENR inevitability as they want to be the hero. And if they choose to share, it will only be with a limited group of close associates.

      • It felt to me at least as if the skeptics had thrown enough doubts up about report that everybody would continue to proceed with caution — at least until the investigators had a chance to thoroughly answer the more serious concerns.

        But then it started going the other way with a flurry of positive movement.

        It’s like trying to figure out where the black holes are by measuring gravitational effects. Maybe ELFORSK started throwing their weight around with more authority. Or maybe some other big money got serious. I don’t know, but it feels like something significant happened, but we only see the effect on the satellites … while the gravitational centers remain obscured.

        • Buck

          I think we are perceiving the same thing and describing it differently.

          It seems to be like LENR . . . a many-body effect with widely scattered starting points, slowly building up to be far more noticeable. The actual individuals whose decisions and consequent behaviors triggered it all will likely remain unknown . . . as it is a herd effect.

          So, we continue to watch the herd.

    • Sanjeev

      Most likely there is no such somebody or something important anywhere, watching and controlling everything in the world. The world is a very chaotic place.

      Its simply the big names behind the ECat, Cherokee, Eleforsk, Royal Academy and the good reputation of the scientists who tested the ECat, that is influencing the opinions online. Perhaps the patents also add to its credibility (although they are a very indirect evidence that the inventors and companies are serious about it).

      There is also a lack of serious critique from the “science authorities” (MIT?), to negatively influence the views this time. Which makes some intelligent people scratch their heads and open their minds a bit – “may be this is real after all…” The itsy bitsy internet trolls do not count, they are not the “authority”.

      • Feels like an inflection point. Maybe it came about as a natural progression but my gut feeling is that something significant happened and we are only seeing the effects and not the cause.

    • Pekka Janhunen

      The Lugano reactor parameters (1 month, 1200-1400 C, COP 3.5, cheap materials, simple structure, low mass) are commercially attractive. The device would be directly useful as an industrial heater. In addition, one could make electricity with it despite the lowish COP, because the temperature is so high. That would have at least niche applications, even if the necessary high-temp turbine would be too expensive for base electric power production. In TPR1 the running time was still too short for commercial applications.

      • Omega Z

        Pekka
        The measurements were conservative so the COP would be higher. The also didn’t engage the On/Off mode. And note that the Mouse only works during this mode. So higher COP is expected.

        That aside, not much can be accomplished with a single E-cat & like the LT 1Mw plant, there will be many issues to overcome when trying to sync 100 HT E-cats.

      • Sure. The financial opportunities with LENR are off the charts. So perhaps some entity has completed its due diligence and set the wheels in motion. Something like that seems to have happened.

  • It’s like there’s been a sea change over the last couple of weeks in attitudes. I don’t think the Lugano report by itself can be responsible (not published yet in a peer reviewed journal). Maybe, but I think there must be influential forces working behind the scenes.

    Somebody or something important somewhere finally gave this technology credibility.

    • psi2u2

      Seems that way.

    • georgehants

      LENR G you are forgetting to give the Russians due credit for being the first peer reviewed premier journal to cover the TPIR.
      Surely this is not just sour grapes.
      ——–
      Russian Nuclear Physicist Vitaly Uzikov on the E-Cat: ‘The Train has Left’
      http://www.e-catworld.com/2014/11/08/russian-nuclear-physicist-vitaly-uzikov-on-the-e-cat-the-train-has-left/

      • While I appreciate the importance of a notable Russian scientist’s open-mindedness, the paper was not published in the peer reviewed journal. This was more like a blog entry from one of their contributors.

        • georgehants

          LENR G, could you please explain the discrepancy between what you are saying and Mr. D. Travchenko.
          ———
          “This is a peer reviewed nuclear physics magazine and Dr Uzikov is a
          preminent figure of the Russian Nuclear Physics world. Congratulations
          to the Professors of the ITP, this is an important endorsement from the
          mainstream Russian scientific environment. If you come in Russia you
          will find friends of much higher level than you can even imagine.
          From Russia, with love and with the regular Warm Regards,”
          D. Travchenko
          http://www.e-catworld.com/2014

          • The ITPR was not peer reviewed or published by the Journal.

            I don’t consider it much more than a call to look closer by a single curious scientist. The significance of the journal allowing such an article on its web site is open to interpretation. But the “peer-reviewed” part of it is not in play here so we shouldn’t make a big deal out of that aspect IMO.

          • georgehants

            LENR G I like all good scientists do not care about what you consider, only Facts.
            Please answer the question I put to you above.
            ———
            LENR G, could you please explain the discrepancy between what you are saying and Mr. D. Travchenko.
            ———
            “This is a peer reviewed nuclear physics magazine and Dr Uzikov is a
            preminent figure of the Russian Nuclear Physics world. Congratulations
            to the Professors of the ITP, this is an important endorsement from the
            mainstream Russian scientific environment. If you come in Russia you
            will find friends of much higher level than you can even imagine.
            From Russia, with love and with the regular Warm Regards,”
            D. Travchenko
            http://www.e-catworld.com/2014

          • Again? 🙂

          • georgehants

            You have done nothing to answer my question but call Mr. D. Travchenko. a liar.
            If you are not going to answer please just say so.

          • georgehants, I didn’t call anyone a liar. I explained my take on the significance of the article on the proatom.ru. I’m not interested in your bomb-throwing.

          • georgehants

            You are calling Mr. D. Travchenko.a liar, without proof, saying it is not a peer reviewed journal.
            I do not wish to spend more time on your usual false “scientific” reasoning.

    • Buck

      I disagree a little . . . it was noted within a few days of 10/8/14 that the ITPR2 was downloaded near 100k times. Further, that some were traced to an international sized bank, which acted as the basis for making a reasonable assumption: large players specifically and purposefully searched out and gathered critical LENR information.

      If you include the neutral to positive critiques of the ITPR2, including Elforsk’s response, with the staggering results of ITPR2 and IH/Rossi’s current customer’s pilot plant R&D timeline, you have sufficient information. If you are a money man/decision maker responsible for a large body of assets and capital, you adjust your view of investment ROI probabilities . . . and this ‘trickles’ into your decisions.

      Hypothetically, if there are 10,000 players making a market and the results of ITPR2 triggers a shift from 99.9% disbelief to 90% disbelief, then there are now about 1000 players, instead of 10, investing towards a Fossil Fuel to LENR transition. There are now 100x more players pressuring the Supply/Demand Curve. To the uninformed players, this might feel like an ill-defined groundswell.

      If you look at Frank’s poll about the impact of ITPR2 on one’s belief, then a shift from 99.9% to 90% disbelief does not appear to be unreasonable.

      And, as they say “The Early Bird Catches the Worm”, none of the Players are really going to share the fact of LENR inevitability as they want to be the hero (as well as avoid the taint of fringe science criticism). And if they choose to share, it will only be with a limited group of close associates.

      • It felt to me at least as if the skeptics had thrown enough doubts up about the report that everybody would continue to proceed with caution — at least until the investigators had a chance to thoroughly answer the more serious concerns.

        But then it started going the other way with a flurry of positive movement.

        It’s like trying to figure out where the black holes are by measuring gravitational effects. Maybe ELFORSK started throwing their weight around with more authority. Or maybe some other big money got serious. I don’t know, but it feels like something significant happened, but we only see the effect on the satellites … while the gravitational centers remain obscured.

        • Buck

          I think we are perceiving the same thing and describing it differently.

          It seems to be like LENR . . . a many-body effect with widely scattered starting points, slowly building up to be far more noticeable. The actual individuals whose decisions and consequent behaviors triggered it all will likely remain unknown . . . as it is a herd effect. In this case, I think “Economics” is the herd effect . . . an economy only arises out of a population.

          So, we continue to watch the herd.

    • Sanjeev

      Most likely there is no such somebody or something important anywhere, watching and controlling everything in the world. The world is a very chaotic place.

      Its simply the big names behind the ECat, Cherokee, Eleforsk, Royal Academy and the good reputation of the scientists who tested the ECat, that is influencing the opinions online. Perhaps the patents also add to its credibility (although they are a very indirect evidence that the inventors and companies are serious about it).

      There is also a lack of serious critique from the “science authorities” (MIT?), to negatively influence the views this time. Which makes some intelligent people scratch their heads and open their minds a bit – “may be this is real after all…” The itsy bitsy internet trolls do not count, they are not the “authority”.

      • Feels like an inflection point. Maybe it came about as a natural progression but my gut feeling is that something significant happened and we are only seeing the effects and not the cause.

    • Pekka Janhunen

      The Lugano reactor parameters (1 month, 1200-1400 C, COP 3.5, cheap materials, simple structure, low mass) are commercially attractive. The device would be directly useful as an industrial heater. In addition, one could make electricity with it despite the lowish COP, because the temperature is so high. That would have at least niche applications, even if the necessary high-temp turbine would be too expensive for base electric power production. In TPR1 the running time was still too short for commercial applications.

      • Omega Z

        Pekka
        The measurements were conservative so the COP would be higher. The also didn’t engage the On/Off mode. And note that the Mouse only works during this mode. So higher COP is expected.

        That aside, not much can be accomplished with a single E-cat & like the LT 1Mw plant, there will be many issues to overcome when trying to sync 100 HT E-cats.

      • Sure. The financial opportunities with LENR are off the charts. So perhaps some entity has completed its due diligence and set the wheels in motion. Something like that seems to have happened.

  • Giuliano Bettini

    Here you may read and / or translate the full article (in Italian).

    http://www.astampa.rassegnestampa.it/GruppoTotoAc/View.aspx?ID=2014111928829069

  • Giuliano Bettini

    Here you may read and / or translate the full article (in Italian).

    http://www.astampa.rassegnestampa.it/GruppoTotoAc/View.aspx?ID=2014111928829069

  • pg

    Of course. I just think it is funny because just by pure chance (going against the interest of his biggest enemy) he is for once doing some good.

  • georgehants

    Think for yourself. Question authority.
    Timothy Leary

  • georgehants

    Think for yourself. Question authority.
    Timothy Leary

  • pg

    Rough translation from italian newspaper La Stampa,

    After Berlin, where he was received by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in Rome today Bill Gates met at the Foreign Ministry Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni. On both occasions, there was talk of a global agreement on vaccines and immunizations’ the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, “is among the largest donors in the world in the field of medical research in the fight against AIDS and malaria.

    That was followed by the visit of the founder of Microsoft to the ENEA centre of Frascati, one of the leading research laboratories on nuclear fusion, lasers and particle accelerators. Arrived yesterday afternoon at four-thirty, came out only three hours later. First heard a presentation of the activities of ENEA- the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development -, then focused on cold fusion, frontier research in the field of nuclear fusion, pride ‘eyelet in the center of lazio.

    • Sanjeev

      A human translation would be nice.
      What does pride eyelet mean?
      Gates attended a presentation on cold fusion is itself a big news. He is totally into energy, but of a wrong kind, someone needs to inform him about the latest developments in CF asap.

      • pg

        sorry, it can loosely translate “flagship research of the center”

      • GreenWin

        Bill Gates has been made aware of cold fusion over the last three years. ENEA Frascati is the home of the famous Antonella DeNino’s “Report 41” – undeniable proof of He4 in cold fusion reactions – refused publication by 41 “scientific journals.”
        LENR powered desalination and water purification could cut infectious disease by 50%. Water born pathogens are responsible for half of all communicable disease.

    • Gerrit
    • Gerrit

      It is nice that Bill Gates is informed about cold fusion, but I hope he won’t get involved with his microsoft tactics: http://www.bbspot.com/news/2000/4/MS_Buys_Evil.html

      http://www.theonion.com/articles/microsoft-patents-ones-zeroes,599/

  • pg

    Rough translation from italian newspaper La Stampa,

    After Berlin, where he was received by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in Rome today Bill Gates met at the Foreign Ministry Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni. On both occasions, there was talk of a global agreement on vaccines and immunizations’ the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, “is among the largest donors in the world in the field of medical research in the fight against AIDS and malaria.

    That was followed by the visit of the founder of Microsoft to the ENEA centre of Frascati, one of the leading research laboratories on nuclear fusion, lasers and particle accelerators. Arrived yesterday afternoon at four-thirty, came out only three hours later. First heard a presentation of the activities of ENEA- the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development -, then focused on cold fusion, frontier research in the field of nuclear fusion, pride ‘eyelet in the center of lazio.

    • Sanjeev

      A human translation would be nice.
      What does pride eyelet mean?
      Gates attended a presentation on cold fusion is itself a big news. He is totally into energy, but of a wrong kind, someone needs to inform him about the latest developments in CF asap.

      • pg

        sorry, it can loosely translate “flagship research of the center”

      • GreenWin

        Bill Gates has been made aware of cold fusion over the last three years. ENEA Frascati is the home of the famous Antonella DeNino’s “Report 41” – undeniable proof of He4 in cold fusion reactions – refused publication by 41 “scientific journals.”
        LENR powered desalination and water purification could cut infectious disease by 50%. Water born pathogens are responsible for half of all communicable disease.

    • Gerrit
    • Gerrit

      It is nice that Bill Gates is informed about cold fusion, but I hope he won’t get involved with his microsoft tactics: http://www.bbspot.com/news/2000/4/MS_Buys_Evil.html

      http://www.theonion.com/articles/microsoft-patents-ones-zeroes,599/

  • georgehants

    So as Cold Fusion breaks free from it’s chains the US and UK corrupt and incompetent science establishment and press still says nothing.
    How proud we should feel of our countries.

    • stefan

      >How proud we should feel of our countries.

      It’s totally irrelevant, as soon as LENR is a real phenomenon and indeed can be used for energy generation, the sentiments make no significant difference… it is doomed to prevail… relax and enjoy the show ;o) unless you have $ to test the tech and invest. It’s claimed to be available for testing; so, in worst case you may lose $ only for expenses
      allocated for testing…

  • Waiting for LENR to reach the marketplace is slow and irritating, and reminds me of the many frustrating years we all had to wait for the Vietnam War to come to an end. There is light at the end of the tunnel, and it is not a gorilla with a flashlight,…I hope.

    • georgehants

      Always be careful it is not a train coming.

      • GreenWin

        George, it could be the LENR train. In which case we “…don’t need no ticket, you just get on board.”

        • georgehants

          GreenWin, it may be like Hitler’s black train that will stop for nothing beyond his agenda, any innocent people or things like Cold Fusion will just be bulldozed out of the way, as has been happening for 25 years and continues now in the US and UK.
          Thank god for the honest, uncensored Russians.

    • Daniel Maris

      Or a dead end with a mirror .

  • Waiting for LENR to reach the marketplace is slow and irritating, and reminds me of the many frustrating years we all had to wait for the Vietnam War to come to an end. There is light at the end of the tunnel, and it is not a gorilla with a flashlight,…I hope.

    • georgehants

      Always be careful it is not a train coming.

    • It is not so different from what Bitcoin supporters and developers are doing just now.
      The only thing better is they can actively support the development.

  • kenko

    From google translate:

    Portrait of Andrea Rossi, the eclectic and discussed Italian entrepreneur who has produced nuclear energy at low temperature. An experiment which has received the imprimatur of the Swedish Academy of Sciences.

    If a team of Swedish luminaries had intervened at the convent of Minerva, June 22, 1633, Galileo was forced to recant. Four centuries later cranked. And this time with an Italian close to seventy years, that the Galilean method is declared sacred but which this time was spared the bitterness of choking in his throat, “And yet it moves.” After years of battles. The jail. Burns during the experiments. Hundreds of thousands of Euros invested in ” invention impossible “(title of a book about his utopia), Andrea Rossi Hoofddorp saw his Faustian perseverance rewarded. A Prometheus stealing fire from the gods agreed that the eagle gnawed the liver for decades.

    • After 32 days of testing at an independent laboratory Lugano, we can certify that the E-Cat device invented by Rossi goes beyond any conventional energy source known so far, “he wrote on October 8 Höistad Bo, a member of the Royal Academy of Swedish science (the one that gives the Nobel Prize in chemistry and physics, for instance), who led the experiment to verify the gimmick with Evelyn Foschi and Giuseppe Levi University of Bologna and three other nuclear physicists at the University of Uppsala. “The amount of heat created in the E-Cat is not compatible with the occurrence of any chemical reaction known” they ruled. Zladotto: Andrea Rossi has developed the first reactor to produce nuclear energy at low temperature. A compound of hydrogen, nickel, lithium, plus a sprinkling of catali77atori a secret that can multiply exponentially the energy they consume.

    All thanks to electricity supplied from an AC power supply system, instead of from the millions of kelvin heat required to trigger fission reactions in a nuclear power plant. A liter of nickel-hydrogen mixture versus 2 million liters of unleaded petrol. A device based on a scientific theory, the cold nuclear fusion (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction), which is considered little more than alchemy by large sections of the scientific community, who opposes and makes them the object of mockery. “We could be facing a new way to extract nuclear energy without nuclear waste,” said Magnus Olofsson, CEO of Elforsk, Swedish company in the supply of energy which part-funded the test with the Swedish Academy and has published results.

    “This is the biggest news of the year,” wrote the Nobel Prize for GF N • Raffaele Panizza N *** 1 BIO GRA FIA ANDREA ROSSI At one point they had dubbed “the sheikh of Hoofddorp,” for the fuel extracted from the waste. Born in Milan in 1950 and graduated in philosophy with a thesis on the theory of relativity of Einstein, was for years considered a fraud. As he also wrote his biographer Vessela Nikolova, “It packages the devil pots or holy water?”. When presented the refluopetrolio (patented in Milan March 18, 1978), its refinery was invaded by oil companies in the grass from all over Europe who began to dig around to find the hydrocarbon convinced. Found that in the process of transformation of discarded electronic components refinery gold eargento, Smith opened a goldsmith company in Irpinia, which produced the Status Single bracelet that changes color depending on the relationship status of the wearer. Testimonial: Ambra Angiolini. Director of spots: Carlo Verdone.

    *** Cold Fusion L ‘E-Cat connected, in series and in parallel, to produce a megawatt of energy.

    (INTRO 50ANMI WE WILL DISAPPEAR nuclear power plants CLASSIC “Physics Brian Josephson in a raid controversy on the website of Nature, highlighting the decade of ostracism which Rossi has been” 11 report confirms that the machine of Italian nuclear reactions occur . But the donkeys will fly before this magazine will give the account that is worth. ”

    Even Michael Nelson, head of the propulsion experiments on SLS (Space Launch System) at NASA, said: “It could be the beginning of a new era in space exploration.” From his home in Miami, hollow face and Milanese accent never lost, not even Rossi can not seem to fully enjoy the consecration: “It’s true, we have kept a low profile. Moreover, there are still some theoretical aspects that go reconciled “he admits, conscious of having done something without having to work hand in all the equations that explain the movements. “Even Einstein’s relativity was considered a joke for a long time. Here it is no longer science. This is the border. ”

    A border that Rossi had to physically cross several times in his life, including arrests on Italian soil and travel to America to rebuild a future, a country that has adopted and which among other things has filed several patents for turning biomass into energy . A life that seems to curve a seismograph, now told in detail by psychologist Vessela Nikolova, which Rossi as (ebook version) has devoted a biography entitled E-cat: the new focus. “It’s an enthusiast and an introvert, a Don Quixote against the windmills. Brilliant and full of will, in the balance between creative instinct and rationality, often exaggerated in purpose and desire to exceed the limits. A man driven by titanic. ”

    He graduated in philosophy in Milan and then, honoris causa, in engineering in Los Angeles, he began his epic business thanks to an industrial patent filed in 1978, the refluopetrolio. The idea is simple: collect the waste and transform it into fuel oil, reproducing in compressed mode and iperaccelerata processes secular in nature transform organic waste into hydrocarbons raffinabili. Black gold from the garbage.

    Straconvinto of his discovery, Smith founded Petroldragon and exposing their peak at banks, 4 billion pounds will buy a refinery, the Omar Lacchiarella, in the province of Milan. Petroldragon, which sells its fuel for petrochemical companies to turn paper and solvents, is already worth 50 billion dollars. Suddenly “the legislative turnaround,” as he calls Rossi pushing ecologist door policy to change the laws and Petroldragon is found to stock a bomb of toxic waste without authorization to store them. iLtti plants are seized, the banks ask for the prompt return and Rossi finds himself bankrupt.

    Around the Omar Part II of the business of cleaning up: 77 thousand tons of harmful material to be disposed of (process not yet completed) to 50 million Euros. He finds himself in San Vittore jail on charges (later reduced to zero before the Supreme Court with full formula) of conspiracy to recycling of toxic materials and $ 10 billion in debt. “The four years in prison were among the best years of my life. A thousand days without pain in the ass who call me. I studied physics, chemistry, mechanics, and wrote thousands of pages of notes. I am unable to do nothing. I can work 40 hours straight without food or sleep and not feel fatigue. I am very staminico. “A stamina that brought on the verge of fulfilling his vision: Leonardo Corporation, a company he founded in the US, has just sold the license to market dell’ECat in a start-up called the North Carolina Industrial Heat. This company in a year should put on the market for $ 1 million or so, the first megawatt plant built with the technology of Rossi. “We’ll disappear nuclear power plants classic.” Only talking about the Nobel, given the support that the Swedish Academy has publicly acknowledged, Rossi screens: “Whoever enters pope comes out a cardinal.” Or • ALL RIGHTS

  • Omega Z

    I would imagine there is much going on behind closed doors.
    The Greatest Folly I can Imagine would be for people here at ECW to think that many high powered entities are not aware of LENR, E-cat(IH/Rossi), Brillouin(Godes) Etc, Etc,,,

    NASA, DOD, DOE, NRL, EPRI, ENEA. How many letters of the alphabet do I need to point out of those who have been linked to LENR. Exxon, Shell, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Siemens, GE by association of the White house & Stephen Chu-former Energy Secretary & National Instruments are but a few of the Corporations with LENR history & connections. GE’s CEO was 1 of Obama’s economic advisers.

    In the past(archives) we have evidence that some politicians in the U.S.(Both Parties) are not just aware, but have proposed funding LENR Research to no avail. We’ve had people on ECW E-mail their representatives who received limited responses that, Yes They are aware & following the developments but nothing to disclose other then that.

    Al Gore mentioned it in passing. Godes in conversation with Stephen Chu. Do you think they were discussing Obama’s Golf scores. I think I saw where Elon Musk follows Robert Godes on Twitter. And do you think Bill Gates was blind sided by discussions of Cold Fusion. The Preponderance of Evidence is that MANY Entities are well aware of what is going on.

    So WHY? Why do they not discuss this in Public?
    It is quite Simple. The Pons & Fleischmann Fiasco. None want to be ridiculed or belittled for believing in fantasy. The most you will get out of them is, It’s an interesting phenomenon. At Worst, hasn’t that been debunked as junk Science.

    So, When will they speak out & say the things you want to hear. When Rossi or someone else have a pilot plant that is as Rossi says, consolidated & with irrefutable evidence it is real & it can be economically harnessed for productive use. Until Then, It’s an interesting phenomenon at best & IMO find it highly improbable that we will see much disclosure before then.

    As to suppression, This fear of ridicule allows a few people to suppress this technology. Most of this comes from the big physics projects such as ITER. And “Note” that there are those among there ranks who are not against LENR or it’s research, but are victims of this same fear. Even positive impressions of LENR are kept to themselves. To speak out could cost them their careers.

  • Omega Z

    I would imagine there is much going on behind closed doors.
    The Greatest Folly I can Imagine would be for people here at ECW to think that many high powered entities are not aware of LENR, E-cat(IH/Rossi), Brillouin(Godes) Etc, Etc,,,

    NASA, DOD, DOE, NRL, EPRI, ENEA. How many letters of the alphabet do I need to point out of those who have been linked to LENR. Exxon, Shell, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Siemens, GE by association of the White house & Stephen Chu-former Energy Secretary & National Instruments are but a few of the Corporations with LENR history & connections. GE’s CEO was 1 of Obama’s economic advisers.

    In the past(archives) we have evidence that some politicians in the U.S.(Both Parties) are not just aware, but have proposed funding LENR Research to no avail. We’ve had people on ECW E-mail their representatives who received limited responses that, Yes They are aware & following the developments but nothing to disclose other then that.

    Al Gore mentioned it in passing. Godes in conversation with Stephen Chu. Do you think they were discussing Obama’s Golf scores. I think I saw where Elon Musk follows Robert Godes on Twitter. And do you think Bill Gates was blind sided by discussions of Cold Fusion. The Preponderance of Evidence is that MANY Entities are well aware of what is going on.

    So WHY? Why do they not discuss this in Public?
    It is quite Simple. The Pons & Fleischmann Fiasco. None want to be ridiculed or belittled for believing in fantasy. The most you will get out of them is, It’s an interesting phenomenon. At Worst, hasn’t that been debunked as junk Science.

    So, When will they speak out & say the things you want to hear. When Rossi or someone else have a pilot plant that is as Rossi says, consolidated & with irrefutable evidence it is real & it can be economically harnessed for productive use. Until Then, It’s an interesting phenomenon at best & IMO find it highly improbable that we will see much disclosure before then.

    As to suppression, This fear of ridicule allows a few people to suppress this technology. Most of this comes from the big physics projects such as ITER. And “Note” that there are those among there ranks who are not against LENR or it’s research, but are victims of this same fear. Even positive impressions of LENR are kept to themselves. To speak out could cost them their careers.

  • I submitted letters to the editors about the Switzerland test to a number of local newspapers in my area who usually print all or almost all of the letters I submit. None printed the letters. One editor wrote me that he did a web search and said that the LENR test was not given credibility of the web, and thus he did not print the letter. Maybe if they start selling Brillouin based water heaters in South Korea things will change. One company in South Korea does have the legal right to do that, and getting government permission to sell such products there may be easier than in the USA. The general public is still 99.9% ignorant on the subject, and the big newspapers don’t want to touch the subject. If one company breaks the taboo, then the taboo will be lifted for all of them.

  • I submitted letters to the editors about the Switzerland test to a number of local newspapers in my area who usually print all or almost all of the letters I submit. None printed the letters. One editor wrote me that he did a web search and said that the LENR test was not given credibility on the web, and thus he did not print the letter. Maybe if they start selling Brillouin based water heaters in South Korea things will change. One company in South Korea does have the legal right to do that, and getting government permission to sell such products there may be easier than in the USA. The general public is still 99.9% ignorant on the subject, and the big newspapers don’t want to touch the subject. If one company breaks the taboo, then the taboo will be lifted for all of them.

  • FrancescoB

    I was surprised reading the news, Panorama in Italy is really the equivalent of Time, definitely mainstream press! I am dreaming of a chain reaction caused by the competition among the press…