Thanksgiving Thread 2015

It’s Thanksgiving again in the United States, and it’s funny how fast holidays seem to roll around. To me they tend to mark time when I look back at the history of this website which has become an integral aspect of my life since I started it up in April 2011. It’s been a fascinating journey and I have received a tremendous education that I am sure I could not have been obtained from any textbook or college course that exists anywhere in the world.

I enjoy every minute of running this site, even though it presents its challenges from time to time (like yesterday when I was out with my family away from my computer and internet access, and got a phone call that the site was down). Happily the problem resolved itself before I could get to a computer, and life continued on as normal.

While there is no end of serious problems in the world, I still find there is a great deal to be thankful for. I have no illusions that technology can solve all our problems, but I do see technological breakthroughs as being ways to solve some of the most pressing ones, and that’s my motivation to continue to keep this site up and running.

Technological progress seems be continuing unabated. The focus of this site is on revolutionary energy technology — but there are other interesting technologies that come up along he way that are certainly worth attention. Just as examples, today the Raspberry Pi foundation announced they are producing a $5 computer (see here), and Toshiba announced they had developed a prototype 3D printer that prints metals more than 10 times faster than current methods, with the ability to print materials like stainless steel, iron and Inconel (see here)

The recent interview with Fulvio Fabiani published by Mats Lewan gives a revealing glimpse of what life is like behind the scenes with the devlopment of the  E-Cat, and it all sounds very promising. Fabiani is obviously convinced of the reality of the technology he is working with, and that’s very encouraging. I’m also very interested in what Steorn is doing with their Orbo technology which is hitting the market this year. I’m very curious to find out if their products match their claims of being able to generate a  constant useful electrical current indefinitely from a device that has no input power.

So I’m optimistic regarding the future, and I do want to say thank you to all the readers of E-Cat World for you interest and contributions which add so much to the site. Your support and engagement keeps me motivated to do my best with this site, and I have developed a whole new circle of friends because of this site who mean a great deal to me. Happy Thanksgiving!

Frank Acland




  • US_Citizen71

    Good post Frank. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours as well as to all the readers of E-Catword.

  • Ged

    Happy Thanksgiving all!

  • gdaigle

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, Frank, and to all of your contributors and readers.

  • f sedei

    The information and services provided by this site continue to be outstanding from day one. Thanks to you, Frank. Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Harvey Hamel

    In addition to the many other Thanksgiving blessings in my life, I wish a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Frank and a Happy Thanksgiving to all the readers and commenters who add so much to this grand adventure.

  • James Rubey

    Thank you very much for your contribution to providing this exceptional format for us to learn from each other, with an opportunity to build miraculous genuine hope in the future. It brings a balance for me, with all the chaos and crisis going on, that there is a future for me and humanity so close. The work together, the hope of the miraculous miracle this would be for our world, reminds me of a inspirational quote I came across. ” Your world can be filled with the wonder and the power of delightful magic. It is not only where you look. It’s how. It’s why. Listen to nature. She will show you where and how. She will remind you why.”

  • attaboy

    Happy Thanksgiving to all here. And thanks Frank for providing this excellent site for us.

  • Dr. Mike

    And a Happy Thanksgiving to you Frank!!!

  • Private Citizen

    Thanks Frank.

    Hope to roast my lab-grown turkey with LENR new fire one day.

  • SG

    Frank, I’m very thankful that you conceived of and daily maintain this site. It has become a beacon of hope for the world.

    • Mats002

      Good post, I feel the same about this place.

  • Gerard McEk

    Thank you Frank that you gave us this site and for the tremendous work you put in it every day. Happy Thanksgiving to all US readers.

    • Omega Z

      Perhaps in the Near future, we will have a Thanksgiving day of the World.

  • ecatworld

    Thanks for the good wishes, everyone!

  • MasterBlaster7

    Thanks Frank. Happy Thanksgiving.

  • georgehants

    Richard as you say “embraced by all” and wished for all peace loving people whoever and wherever they may be.
    What inspiration led Frank to decide to open this Website in 2011, a major service to the World just like Mr. Rossi’s crusade.
    People who make a difference.

  • hempenearth

    Thanks Frank, great work here, I check this site several times a day but rarely have time to post.
    Happy Thanksgiving to Frank and family and all in the US who help make this a great site.

  • HS61AF91

    The positive aura that surrounds your dedication, given to this site, is surely a part of my thanksgiving, for the inspirations it instills. Many many thanks. You are helping the world catch up to the better place it will be from the work of Rossi and like minded readers here, advancing humanity. Happy turkey day!

    • Alan DeAngelis

      “Again, and maybe the last time on this earth, I recall the great vision you sent me. It may be that some little root of the sacred tree still lives. Nourish it then, that it may leaf and bloom and fill with singing birds. Hear me, not for myself, but for my people; I am old.
      Hear me that they may once more go back into the sacred hoop and find the good red road, the shielding tree!”

      Black Elk

  • Tadej

    Thank you and best wishes.

  • Good to hear optimism towards the future Frank. It seems Cold Fusion would solve many of the worlds problems and, maybe I’m being overly optimistic, but I’m hoping CF will economically level the playing field. Happy (belated) Turkey Day.