The following slideshow was sent to me by Dr. Norman D. Cook, professor of Infomatics at Kensai University in Osaka, Japan. The slides accompanied a presentation that he made at the JCF16 meeting on December 11-12, 2015 in Kyoto, Japan.
Norman Cook has been collaborating with Andrea Rossi on developing a theoretical understanding of the physics behind the “Rossi Effect” in the E-Cat, and according to Rossi, Norman Cook is one of the few people who has visited the 1 MW plant where Rossi is currently working.
In the preface to this slideshow, Dr. Cook explains:
This is a preliminary version of a much more complex work that I am preparing with Andrea Rossi, based on experimental data and on more complex mathematical structure. The work with Rossi will take more time, due to the complexity of the engagement.