Andrea Rossi has given a bit of a preview of what to expect at the presentation on January 31st. This evening he had responded to a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about whether he had ever observed ‘balls of plasma’ in the E-Cat, and he responded, ‘yes’. I followed up with a question asking whether he could tell us more about these plasma balls and he responded:
January 6, 2019 at 9:04 PM
As you know, we will talk of this issue diffusely and we will see very interesting things during the presentation.
This will be probably one of the more fascinating things we will see, so let’s wait for the presentation of the Ecat SK. We will see the Ecat SK in a show room and we will see a video that has been already made, as you know, in a factory heated by the Ecat SK, where we have placed a camera in a strategic position to look at the plasma. We placed seven cameras in seven crucial points and, honestly, I think it will be worth the while to watch the 2 hours of the direct streaming.
Thank you for the continue attention and respect that your team has always dedicated to the work of our team.
He also stated:
January 6, 2019 at 6:39 PM
The persons in the studio where the presentation will be made are exclusively the ones that will work for the presentation itself and they are:
2- one my collaborator
3- the director of the medium we have chosen to organize and broadcast the direct streaming; he will also direct the discussion with the persons that will want to put questions during the direct streaming.
The team that prepared the presentation is wider, because we made a very beautiful video ( or, at least, it is very beautiful to me ) that will be shown during the presentation, where will be seen an Ecat SK in operation in a factory.
Soon will be given information about where to go to watch the direct streaming, how to put questions etc.
So that gives us a little bit of an idea of what to expect on January 31st.