A copy of the 3rd Party Report has been released and is now posted at the web site Sifferkol.se
Key findings: COP of COP of 3.2-3.6 over a 32 day period and isotopic change in nickel and lithium was found to have changed substantially after run.
The authors conclude, “Once again, even in the most conservative scenarios, we have values that allow us to conclude that the reactor studied here may not be considered a conventional source of energy.”
UPDATE: From Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics:
To all the Readers of the Journal of Nuclear Physics:
The Report of the Independent Third Party has been published on
CORRECTION: I have heard from Mats Lewan who wanted to be clear that the report was NOT leaked. He explains on his An Impossible Invention site how publication came about:
The report has been uploaded to Arxiv.org which, however has put it on hold, without specifying any motive for this. It has also been sent to Journal of Physics D. I got the report sent to me by Hanno Essén who said that he now considers it to be public, although not supposed to be published in any commercial journal until further notice from Journal of Physics D.
A picture of the new-style E-Cat. It looks very different from what we have seen previously:
Here’s another with it placed on the testing rack. No unusual radiation was detected, but where is the shielding on this?