There had been a very interesting comment today from Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today, which I think many people will find hard to believe:
March 5, 2018 at 12:29 AM
Dear Dr Andrea Rossi,
Aren’t you not worried about the fact that your competitors will probably be the first ones to buy your industrial plants to make the reverse engineering of your IP?
March 5, 2018 at 2:23 AM
Not at all: we have found the way to make reverse engineering impossible. Believe me: impossible.
Learnt from a top rank specialist of the field.
Given the amount of interest in this technology if it ever reaches the commercial domain, there will obviously be intense interest in how it works, and one would expect there would be little time lost for some people (such as top industrial and military engineers) in tearing one of Rossi’s E-Cats apart to see how it works. Now Rossi says that it will be ‘impossible’ to figure it out.
Here are some follow-up questions and answers:
March 5, 2018 at 7:58 AM
Very interesting comment regarding the impossibility of reverse engineering your E-Cats.
1. Do you think it will be impossible to reverse engineer both controller and reactor?
2. Does this mean you now feel more confident about wide sales and distribution?
3. Don’t you think maybe another top rank specialist might be able to discover the secrets with enough time and resources?
4. Does this mean you would feel comfortable sending an e-cat for testing to others, and you would not have to be there in person to protect the IP?
5. Do you worry now that by saying it is ‘impossible’ to reverse engineer you have now laid down a challenge for people to ‘crack the code’?
March 5, 2018 at 8:52 AM
3- I consider it impossible
4- when we go commercial this point makes no sense. Customers will use the Ecat independently
5- crack the code will be the favorite sport of all our competitors anyway