New Photo of E-Cat Plant Published

For whatever reason, Andrea Rossi and his team are keeping interest in the 1MW E-Cat plant alive. We have already seen some photos of the plant under construction, and now Rossi is promising another picture of the plant on location.

A reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics reminded Rossi that he had said that he would publish a photo of the plant, and Rossi responded positively:

Andrea Rossi
May 24th, 2015 at 8:35 PM
Noe Cozzolino:
We are preparing a photo, it is not easy: our specialists must limit the definition to forbid enlargements, avoid to show confidential particulars, eliminate particulars that could identify the place, etc etc: it is not easy, our photos are always a compromise and such have to remain until the test on course will have been completed.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

I asked Rossi if the photo would be published on Andrea-Rossi.com and he responded, “Yes. I think this week.”

So that’s something for E-Cat enthusiasts to look forward to, although it sounds like they will be taking every precaution to makes sure no confidential information will be revealed. Still, this would open the door a crack more on the inner workings of Rossi and Industrial Heat. There is still a general skepticism about Andrea Rossi, and cpmmercial grade LENR/Cold fusion in the world at large, and every new piece of information can help a little to show a clearer picture.

Of course one photo would not give any indication of how well the plant works — and we are constantly reminded that the results of the test could be positive or negative.

UPDATE: Here’s the new photo of Rossi with his plant.

doctorrossi

  • Daniel Maris

    Something I suppose arouses as much suspicion as it dispels. Still, wiill be interesting to see.

  • He better should publish some hints how to get a successfull replication running…

    • Fred

      Listen!

      • Mats002

        Yes! This can be a hint from him that sound is a signal useful for knowing the state of reaction, why not?

  • He better should publish some hints how to get a successfull replication running…

    • Andy Kumar

      “He better should publish some hints how to get a successfull replication running…”
      Why would he do that? His stated position is that he wants to corner the whole market for himself. Too cheap to meter; too cheap to reverse engineer.
      He holds all the cards. We the people can collectively take the Gandhi route and boycott his tech unless he comes clean and open sources it for the benefit of all. Commercial boycott is a powerful tool that can bring the mighty to their knees.

      • Pekka Janhunen

        To me, too cheap to meter and too cheap to reverse engineer imply too cheap to boycott.

        • Andy Kumar

          If he delivers on his promise of too cheap to meter, then no need to boycott. My guess is that the promise will be half filled. He will corner the market and charge monopolistic prices. Then we can bring in some of Gandhi’s methods to deal with it.

      • GreenWin

        Andy, you seem confused about Mahatma Gandhi’s reason for boycotting products. Ghandi’s boycotts were aimed at British products which undermined Indian products. His general recommendation was for Indians to boycott British goods and buy Indian equivalents.

        “He holds all the cards? Not exactly. AR holds the E-Cat card, the only commercial LENR prototype in the open. Given the number of black programs interested in high density energy, it’s fair to think many more advanced versions of LENR are up and running under the cover of secrecy.

        “Commercial boycott is a powerful tool that can bring the mighty to their knees.” Your endorsement of Industrial Heat’s might and power is admirable, if somewhat premature. 🙂

    • Fred

      Listen!

      • Mats002

        Yes! This can be a hint from him that sound is a signal useful for knowing the state of reaction, why not?

  • Thomas Clarke

    I can absolutely understand why Rossi would not want to release confidential information in a photo. For somone with no patent protection it is what I’d expect.

    I wonder why he agreed to release surely more relevant confidential information as Lugano test ash and fuel elemental and isotopic composition?

    I’m impressed with the effort that Rossi puts into publicity for the internet community here, providing updates and photos. I expect though that this is all of little importance for somone commercialising ground-breaking technology that will transform the world. His primary concerns would be R&D and relationships with potential customers, as well as keeping IP confidential.

    • Gerard McEk

      Maybe this is the way to ensure that he will be recognized for his ground breaking work to bring LENR to the market, it will help to grow his ego. This sounds negative, but I think that without people with an ego and perseverance and self esteem as he has, the Ecat would never have been developed.

  • MarcIrvin

    Can any public figure that warrants media attention hide the location of the factory they work at in this day and age?

    • Hi all

      In reply to MarcIrvin

      All the people currently working on Rossi’s plant will end up very rich, as long as they do not scupper their chances by premature release of information. They are probably on a percentage. The NDA’s people will have signed mean any money they could get out of leaking information as well as their current wealth, house and future earnings would all be at risk from a leak of information.Those kind of monetary incentives tend to keep people from leaking information.

      I suppose there may also be national security implications. It would not be impossible to include aspects of this under a defence contract, thereby making any leak a serious criminal offence. Most business’s above a certain size here in the UK have a Government contract or two enabling that business to have its staff sign the Official Secrets Act. I would not be surprised if US based companies followed a similar policy when required.

      Kind Regards walker

    • mcloki

      Rossie isn’t much of a media figure. This isn’t being talked about in the main stream media and even the media that follows the “Fringe” energy scene is divided. When they do a demonstration of the plant, things will change, until then. It’s the posters on the website and s few people on the facebook page.

    • Omega Z

      That you ask this question & in the pretext that you ask it says Yes.

  • MarcIrvin

    Can any public figure that warrants media attention hide the location of the factory they work at in this day and age?

    • Hi all

      In reply to MarcIrvin

      All the people currently working on Rossi’s plant will end up very rich, as long as they do not scupper their chances by premature release of information. They are probably on a percentage. The NDA’s people will have signed mean any money they could get out of leaking information as well as their current wealth, house and future earnings would all be at risk from a leak of information.Those kind of monetary incentives tend to keep people from leaking information.

      I suppose there may also be national security implications. It would not be impossible to include aspects of this under a defence contract, thereby making any leak a serious criminal offence. Most business’s above a certain size here in the UK have a Government contract or two enabling that business to have its staff sign the Official Secrets Act. I would not be surprised if US based companies followed a similar policy when required.

      Kind Regards walker

    • mcloki

      Rossie isn’t much of a media figure. This isn’t being talked about in the main stream media and even the media that follows the “Fringe” energy scene is divided. When they do a demonstration of the plant, things will change, until then. It’s the posters on the website and s few people on the facebook page.

      • Thomas Clarke

        Rossi is on the contrary a much more devoted (internet) media figure than usual for any entrepeneur. Many small companies have web sites – but Rossi has his blog on which he gives detailed responses to questioners.

        Rossi’s actions as a blogger are exemplary and not what is normally found from entrepeneurs working on disruptive secret technology.

        • AdrianAshfield

          Tom,
          Do you believe it works yet? You must be glad you didn’t take me up on the several bets I offered.

    • Omega Z

      That you ask this question & in the pretext that you ask it says Yes.

  • ecatworld

    Andrea Rossi
    May 26th, 2015 at 10:41 AM
    To the curious Readers:
    Between today and tomorow will be published a photo made yesterday in the 1 MW plant in operation.
    The photo will be published on http://www.andrea-rossi.com
    Hope will be interesting. Obviously the photo has been processed to dissolve if enlarged and confidential particulars have been obscured.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

    • Sanjeev

      I enlarged it easily and it did not “dissolve” 😀

  • Frank Acland

    Andrea Rossi
    May 26th, 2015 at 10:41 AM
    To the curious Readers:
    Between today and tomorow will be published a photo made yesterday in the 1 MW plant in operation.
    The photo will be published on http://www.andrea-rossi.com
    Hope will be interesting. Obviously the photo has been processed to dissolve if enlarged and confidential particulars have been obscured.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

    • Sanjeev

      I enlarged it easily and it did not “dissolve” 😀

  • Observer
    • Obvious

      He looks older.

  • Observer
    • Obvious

      He looks older.

  • Paul Smith

    The photo has been published here:

    http://andrea-rossi.com/1mw-plant/

  • Private Citizen

    Colorful fellow, has a good since of humor, and an impressive looking machine. Good luck to Rossi, be he positive or negative.

  • Sanjeev

    A doctor diagnosing a cat.

  • Private Citizen

    Colorful fellow, has a good since of humor, and an impressive looking machine. Good luck to Rossi, be he positive or negative.

  • Sanjeev

    A doctor diagnosing a cat.

    • korebreach

      Does that make him a veterinarian?

    • korebreach

      The picture should be titled, “turn your head and cough”.

  • EEStorFanFibb

    bah, one photo!? That’s nothing. 🙂 Joking!

    But today EEStor released a 17 minute video of its factory!

    PRESS RELEASE: EEStor Corporation Invites Stakeholders to View Recently Completed Facility Tour Video

    TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – May 26, 2015) – EEStor Corporation (formerly ZENN Motor Company Inc.) (TSX VENTURE:ESU) (the “Company”), today made available for viewing, a comprehensive video tour of its state of the art prototype production facility in Cedar Park, Texas. The tour is conducted by Dick Weir, Chief Science Officer of the subsidiary EEStor, Inc. (“EEStor”). The video is available for viewing at http://www.eestor.us. or at http://www.eestor.us./assets/eestor_walkthrough_3.mp4

    Ian Clifford, CEO of the Company, stated: “I’m pleased to provide our stakeholders with
    a thorough and detailed look at the high level of sophistication, automation and technological aspects at our facility in Cedar Park, Texas.”

    EEStor is in the process of completing fully dried and encapsulated high-voltage robotic
    stacks of its capacitor technology. Once completed and independently certified, production prototypes would then be ready for EEStor’s joint venture partners and customers to conduct their own validation and performance testing.

    About EEStor Corporation

    The Company’s mission is to be the provider of leading edge electrical energy storage and
    related capacitor technologies. The Company operates on the principle and belief that a fundamental breakthrough in energy storage will be the catalyst for positive environmental and economic change globally. The Company’s current business strategy is focused on licensing and partnership opportunities across a broad spectrum of industries and applications building on its recent technology achievements with capacitors.

    The Company holds an approximate 71.3% as-converted equity and voting interest and certain
    technology rights to a solid-state capacitor and related energy storage technologies currently under development by EEStor. The acquisition of the controlling interest in EEStor aligns the businesses of both companies and now allows the Company to benefit from other revenue streams that should be available to EEStor, including applications throughout the capacitor industry and not limited to high density energy storage applications.

    EEStor’s capacitor and energy storage technology is still under development and a number of further development milestones must be achieved before commercial viability can be
    fully established. There are significant risks associated with the development of new technologies such as EEStor’s capacitor and energy storage technology and readers are directed to the “Risk Factors” disclosed in the Company’s most recent Annual Information Form filed on SEDAR.

    full PR here: http://web.tmxmoney.com/article.php?newsid=75708721&qm_symbol=ESU

    discussion found here: chatwing.com/eestorchat.

    Thanks Frank.

    • L’olibrius

      Let it go Fibb. Just let it go. You’ll be happier.

      • EEStorFanFibb

        if i was any happier it would be criminal

    • pelgrim108

      Nice video,great to see them having a factory. Here is a video that might interest you about the road to a 1 MegaFarad Supercapacitor from Robert Murray-Smith
      xxx*youtube*com/watch?v=8TkwoHgkuR0

      • EEStorFanFibb

        thanks and thanks again.

  • bah, one photo!? That’s nothing. 🙂 Joking!

    But today EEStor released a 17 minute video of its factory!

    PRESS RELEASE: EEStor Corporation Invites Stakeholders to View Recently Completed Facility Tour Video

    TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – May 26, 2015) – EEStor Corporation (formerly ZENN Motor Company Inc.) (TSX VENTURE:ESU) (the “Company”), today made available for viewing, a comprehensive video tour of its state of the art prototype production facility in Cedar Park, Texas. The tour is conducted by Dick Weir, Chief Science Officer of the subsidiary EEStor, Inc. (“EEStor”). The video is available for viewing at http://www.eestor.us.

    or at http://www.eestor.us./assets/eestor_walkthrough_3.mp4

    Ian Clifford, CEO of the Company, stated: “I’m pleased to provide our stakeholders with
    a thorough and detailed look at the high level of sophistication, automation and technological aspects at our facility in Cedar Park, Texas.”

    EEStor is in the process of completing fully dried and encapsulated high-voltage robotic
    stacks of its capacitor technology. Once completed and independently certified, production prototypes would then be ready for EEStor’s joint venture partners and customers to conduct their own validation and performance testing.

    About EEStor Corporation

    The Company’s mission is to be the provider of leading edge electrical energy storage and
    related capacitor technologies. The Company operates on the principle and belief that a fundamental breakthrough in energy storage will be the catalyst for positive environmental and economic change globally. The Company’s current business strategy is focused on licensing and partnership opportunities across a broad spectrum of industries and applications building on its recent technology achievements with capacitors.

    The Company holds an approximate 71.3% as-converted equity and voting interest and certain
    technology rights to a solid-state capacitor and related energy storage technologies currently under development by EEStor. The acquisition of the controlling interest in EEStor aligns the businesses of both companies and now allows the Company to benefit from other revenue streams that should be available to EEStor, including applications throughout the capacitor industry and not limited to high density energy storage applications.

    EEStor’s capacitor and energy storage technology is still under development and a number of further development milestones must be achieved before commercial viability can be
    fully established. There are significant risks associated with the development of new technologies such as EEStor’s capacitor and energy storage technology and readers are directed to the “Risk Factors” disclosed in the Company’s most recent Annual Information Form filed on SEDAR.

    full PR here: http://web.tmxmoney.com/article.php?newsid=75708721&qm_symbol=ESU

    discussion found here: chatwing.com/eestorchat.

    Thanks Frank.

    • pelgrim108

      Nice video,great to see them having a factory. Here is a video that might interest you about the road to a 1 MegaFarad Supercapacitor from Robert Murray-Smith
      xxx*youtube*com/watch?v=8TkwoHgkuR0

  • AdrianAshfield

    Tom,
    Do you believe it works yet? You must be glad you didn’t take me up on the several bets I offered.

  • Andre Blum

    annotated control box. who can add more?

    The relay board left in the enclosure looks much like one I found on http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/

    • Andre Blum

      BTW, on one of the earlier photo’s this same relay board can be seen, but interesting enough, the board was photoshopped green to hide the detail. I hadn’t noticed that before.

      • Bob Greenyer

        Nice spot Andre

    • BroKeeper

      I trust its hacker-proof: “A new feature has been added that allows the digital inputs to remotely control relays or digital outputs on ETH002, ETH008, ETH484 or ETH8020. This offers the opportunity to construct a system where an input can control an output ‘anywhere on the earth’ provided both locations are connected to the network/internet. “

  • Andre Blum

    annotated control box. who can add more?

    The relay board left in the enclosure looks much like one I found on http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/

    EDIT: not sure about where I wrote solid state relays. They seem to have a higher profile. Transformers? Some data acquisition module?

    • Andre Blum

      BTW, on one of the earlier photo’s this same relay board can be seen, but interesting enough, the board was photoshopped green to hide the detail. I hadn’t noticed that before.

      • Bob Greenyer

        Nice spot Andre

    • Brokeeper

      I trust its hacker-proof: “A new feature has been added that allows the digital inputs to remotely control relays or digital outputs on ETH002, ETH008, ETH484 or ETH8020. This offers the opportunity to construct a system where an input can control an output ‘anywhere on the earth’ provided both locations are connected to the network/internet. “

  • GreenWin

    Wait. Careful analysis by optical forensics indicates a solenoid labeled, “Red Planet Products.” What the devil does that mean?

    • Thomas Kaminski

      What part of the image is it in?

      • GreenWin

        I don’t have clearance to say. 🙁

  • GreenWin

    Wait. Careful analysis by optical forensics indicates a solenoid labeled, “Red Planet Products.” What the devil does that mean?

    • Thomas Kaminski

      What part of the image is it in?

      • GreenWin

        I don’t have clearance to say. 🙁

  • This is like a Beatles album cover.

  • This is like a Beatles album cover.

  • Stephen

    I wonder if it’s the e-cats purr or its heart beat he is listening to? 🙂 it’s a great picture. To me it shows his strong dedication. All the best to you Andrea Rossi.

  • Stephen

    I wonder if it’s the e-cats purr or its heart beat he is listening to? 🙂 it’s a great picture. To me it shows his strong dedication. All the best to you Andrea Rossi.

  • Gerard McEk

    The sound of music! 😉

  • Gerard McEk

    The sound of music! 😉

  • bachcole

    Nice. That seems pretty hardcore to me.

  • bachcole

    I am sure that skeptopaths are saying that this is more proof positive that the whole thing is a scam. You can tell by how Rossi is holding his shoulders.

    • Teemu Soilamo

      This looks shopped. I can tell from some of the pixels and from seeing quite a few shops in my time.

  • Billy Jackson

    Pretty sure i am gonna get some strange looks my first time going to home depot to buy an e-cat.. Gonna march strait up to the first employee and say i am here to buy a cat… and when he tells me they don’t sell cats i am gonna go up and down every isle till i find it yelling “here kitty kitty” …

  • Billy Jackson

    Pretty sure i am gonna get some strange looks my first time going to home depot to buy an e-cat.. Gonna march strait up to the first employee and say i am here to buy a cat… and when he tells me they don’t sell cats i am gonna go up and down every isle till i find it yelling “here kitty kitty” …

  • Martin Holloway

    It looks a little bit like Rockwell Automation’s Retro Encabulator in this picture!

    • pelgrim108

      There is some likeness with the unilateral phase detractors for the inverse reactive current synchronizing the cardinal gram-meters. lets just hope it doesnt suffer from side fumbling.

  • pelgrim108

    There is some likeness with the unilateral phase detractors for the inverse reactive current synchronizing the cardinal gram-meters.

    • LCD

      Lol

  • curious

    I’m thoroughly unimpressed. Let’s disclose some useful information for once.

  • curious

    I’m thoroughly unimpressed. Let’s disclose some useful information for once.

    • Guest

      I agree.

  • Rossi’s first electricity generating Hot-Cat will need a cheap electricity storage device such as this new Canadian built graphene super-capacitor that, if real, will make Tesla’s home battery packs obsolete even before they hit the market.

    CEO, Gary Monaghan: “Currently the cost to manufacture a lithium battery is about $500 (USD) per/ kWh. Tesla recently announced a Super Factory to be built in Nevada, with a promise to get the price of lithium batteries down to $150 USD per kWh by 2020, our current cost estimated for this type of graphene base supercapacitor is about $100 per kWh today and we feel confident we should be able to cut this pricing in half by the end of 2015”

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/sunvault-energy-and-edison-power-company-create-massive-10000-farad-graphene-supercapacitor-2015-05-06

    • Bob Greenyer

      Very interesting article.

      Presumably, being called a “Super-capacitor” they can be charged very quickly?

    • Private Citizen

      Capacitors are notoriously leaky, doubtful this will replace batteries for anything but fairly short-term storage. Hope they have solved the leakage problem, but see no evidence of that. That said, caps are fine for regenerative breaking and power buffering or devices where fast charging is a tradeoff v. long battery life.

      Looked at Sunvault and Supervault websites and don’t see any super-capacitor products currently available.

  • Rossi’s first electricity generating Hot-Cat will need a cheap electricity storage device such as this new Canadian built graphene super-capacitor that, if real, will make Tesla’s home battery packs obsolete even before they hit the market.

    CEO, Gary Monaghan: “Currently the cost to manufacture a lithium battery is about $500 (USD) per/ kWh. Tesla recently announced a Super Factory to be built in Nevada, with a promise to get the price of lithium batteries down to $150 USD per kWh by 2020, our current cost estimated for this type of graphene base supercapacitor is about $100 per kWh today and we feel confident we should be able to cut this pricing in half by the end of 2015”

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/sunvault-energy-and-edison-power-company-create-massive-10000-farad-graphene-supercapacitor-2015-05-06

    • Bob Greenyer

      Very interesting article.

      Presumably, being called a “Super-capacitor” they can be charged very quickly?

    • Private Citizen

      Capacitors are notoriously leaky, doubtful this will replace batteries for anything but fairly short-term storage. Hope they have solved the leakage problem, but see no evidence of that. That said, caps are fine for regenerative breaking and power buffering or devices where fast charging is a tradeoff v. long battery life.

      Looked at Sunvault and Supervault websites and don’t see any super-capacitor products currently available.

  • artefact

    Looks like 4 x 250KW boxes. ( m 2 x 0.3 x 0.7 )
    In the next row there should be the 4 redundant…

    “Paul May 26th, 2015 at 6:30 PM
    Andrea,
    Shouldn’t we be calling the shipping container a 2 MW plant, or are
    you not using all the e-cat modules shown? (56 ~20 KW modules vs 4 250
    KW modules)
    Better is the bane of good-enough, but good-enough is a time dependent condition.
    Paul”

    “Andrea Rossi May 26th, 2015 at 6:41 PM
    Paul:
    All I can say is that we are producing 1 MWh/h of thermal energy. The plant is redundant.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.”

    • Observer

      The 56 ~20KW boxes is the redundancy for the four 125KW boxes.
      Out of the roughly 2MW capacity, Rossi is only using 1MW.

      The latest photo is not the first time we have seen the 125KW boxes.

      • artefact

        “not the first time”: mhh, I can’t remember. Do you know where that was?

  • artefact

    Looks like 4 x 250KW boxes in the picture. ( m 2 x 0.3 x 0.7 )
    In the next row there should be the 4 redundant…

    To be redundant with 56 boxes would make 112 boxes which would not fit in the container.

    “Paul May 26th, 2015 at 6:30 PM
    Andrea,
    Shouldn’t we be calling the shipping container a 2 MW plant, or are
    you not using all the e-cat modules shown? (56 ~20 KW modules vs 4 250
    KW modules)
    Better is the bane of good-enough, but good-enough is a time dependent condition.
    Paul”

    “Andrea Rossi May 26th, 2015 at 6:41 PM
    Paul:
    All I can say is that we are producing 1 MWh/h of thermal energy. The plant is redundant.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.”

    • Observer

      The 56 ~20KW boxes is the redundancy for the four 125KW boxes.
      Out of the roughly 2MW capacity, Rossi is only using 1MW.

      The latest photo is not the first time we have seen the 125KW boxes.

      • artefact

        “not the first time”: mhh, I can’t remember. Do you know where that was?

  • oldrolledgold

    Let’s hope it’s real then I.S can drown themselves in their oil

  • Teemu Soilamo

    Dr. Rossi. LOLOL

  • Teemu Soilamo

    Dr. Rossi, checking Her health. Hahaha.

  • ecatworld

    Andrea Rossi
    May 27th, 2015 at 8:27 AM
    Frank Acland:
    Many well distincted sounds, each of them being important to us. I cannot disclose further. Like a physician with the human body, multiple information is given by a stethoscope, not just one.
    Depending on the position I put the stethoscope, I can compose a spectrum of information that T probes, P probes, Flowmeters cannot give. I learnt this about 10 years ago, when I was working in the oil refinery of ENI of Sannazzaro Dei Burgundi ( Italy) on a Diesel generator (GENSET). Their chief mechanic, a very experienced one, teached to me to use the stethoscope to listen all the internal sounds of the engine, associating a specific information to any sound. I discovered this way problems otherwise hidden; so I am doing now with Her.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

    • Ted-X

      Rossi might be listening to the lower harmonics sounds of the ultrasound, if he uses ultrasound capable to create nuclear resonance (at about 1 MHZ, depending on the element). Nuclear acoustic resonance might be the missing ingredient.
      … Just speculating.

  • Frank Acland

    Andrea Rossi
    May 27th, 2015 at 8:27 AM
    Frank Acland:
    Many well distincted sounds, each of them being important to us. I cannot disclose further. Like a physician with the human body, multiple information is given by a stethoscope, not just one.
    Depending on the position I put the stethoscope, I can compose a spectrum of information that T probes, P probes, Flowmeters cannot give. I learnt this about 10 years ago, when I was working in the oil refinery of ENI of Sannazzaro Dei Burgundi ( Italy) on a Diesel generator (GENSET). Their chief mechanic, a very experienced one, teached to me to use the stethoscope to listen all the internal sounds of the engine, associating a specific information to any sound. I discovered this way problems otherwise hidden; so I am doing now with Her.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

    • Mike

      A stetoscope is useful when there are moving parts so a combution engine is perfect. What is generating sound in an e-cat except for pumps?

      • Sanjeev

        Boiling water ?

        • Tom Buyea — Fla.News service

          To steam into what ? A piston type steam engine or turbine Etc. ?
          That should not be a big secret.

      • Tom Buyea — Fla.News service

        There must be a system to change heat to electricity ?
        He should tell us what type steam engine or turbine he is using to do that !

    • Ted-X

      Rossi might be listening to the lower harmonics sounds of the ultrasound, if he uses ultrasound capable to create nuclear resonance (at about 1 MHZ, depending on the element). Nuclear acoustic resonance might be the missing ingredient.
      … Just speculating.

  • clovis ray

    Thank you Frank and Dr. Rossi, for this great picture, it a keeper, there should have been a word bubble over his head that reads “it’s alive, no just kidding, it must be a wounderful sound, i know it;s music to your ears Dr. Rossi, but would you, could you share , we too would love to hear, the thing that will change the human race forever, sing, perr, whisper, or it’s heart beat,

  • Sanjeev

    Boiling water ?

  • Albert D. Kallal

    Cute – quite sure that is the START button!

    Start the reactor! – free the people (gee, anyone remember the first Total Recall?)

    Albert D. Kallal
    Edmonton, Alberta Canada

  • Albert D. Kallal

    Cute – quite sure that is the START button!

    Start the reactor! – free the people (gee, anyone remember the first Total Recall?)

    Albert D. Kallal
    Edmonton, Alberta Canada

  • Rob S

    It reminds me of one of those early computers from the way way back, that filled up an entire room. One day, this whole machine will fit in a tiny tablet 🙂