New Paper by Andrea Rossi: ‘Possible Formation of Dense Exotic Electron Clusters in E-Cat SK’ – 60-day Test Produces 31680kWh of Heat.

Thanks to Buck for sharing the following link to a new paper by Andrea Rossi. The title is “E-Cat SK and long range particle interactions”, and is published at ResearchGate here:


Some theoretical frameworks that explore the possible formation of dense exotic electron clusters in E-Cat SK are presented. Some considerations on the probable role of Casimir, Aharonov-Bohm and vacuum polarization eects in the formation of such structures are proposed. Dense electron clusters are introduced as a probable precursor for the formation of proton-electron aggregates at pico-metric scale, stressing the importance of evaluating the plausibility of special electron-nucleon interactions, as already suggested in [14]. An observed isotopic dependence of a particular spectral line in the visible range of E-Cat plasma spectrum seems to conrm the presence of a specic proton-electron interaction at electron Compton wavelength scale.

The full text is available at the link above.

In addition to its theoretical aspects, the paper describes an experiment conducted with the E-Cat SK, concluding that the COP of the E-Cat SK was:

“COP2 = Eout/E2 >107 (SSM)

Definitely a huge value! After 60 days of continued operation an E-Cat SK has produced (as we can and from a simple extrapolation) 31680kWh of heat, approximately the equivalentof 2762 kg of heating oil (avoiding, at same time, the emission of about 800 kg of CO2).”