We have just been noticing that there has been a little more media attention being paid to Andrea Rossi’s energy catalyzer technology. Now an article in Forbes magazine has appeared which could increase visibility of the E-Cat quite significantly, especially in business circles since Forbes is widely read among a wide audience of people who are involved in business, finance and economics.
Mark Gibbs’ article, “Hello Cheap Energy, Hello Brave New World” is neither skeptical nor bullish, but recognizes that if the E-Cat is proven to be what it claims to be (he mentions the term “cold fusion” as well as LENR), then massive changes are on their way throughout the world. He writes,
“If this device works as claimed, the world will change and not just a little but hugely and at every level of how we’re organized, how we make stuff, how we travel, and how wealth is distributed. And those changes won’t just impact the US or the Western hemisphere; they well transform the entire world because incredibly cheap energy is the ultimate game changer.”
Forbes is the most prominent English language media source yet to feature the E-Cat in a positive light. This article could be very significant, not just because of its content, but because it may serve to bring a greater visibility to Andrea Rossi’s invention to a much wider audience, and focus people’s attention on the October 28th test of the 1 MW power plant in Bologna. The pressure builds!