The following post has been submitted by Gerard McEk.
Many of you may have missed my last dialogue with Andrea Rossi, which was the following:
October 12, 2020 at 4:53 AM
In Jan. 12 2020 the following was asked:
January 12, 2020 at 5:59 AM
Some questions about E-catSK, 22kW, which was been installed at a customer 19 november 2018:
1. Is it still giving 22kW at the customer?
2. Is the customer satisfied or has there been much problems?
3. How much fuel powder weight do you guess it has consumed?
And this was your answer:
January 12, 2020 at 10:31 AM
3- still the original charge
May I ask it the same questions again, what is your reply now, 3//4 of a year later? 1,2,3 same answers
4. I assume that the principles of the SK do not dramatically differ from the Ecat SKL. Can similar operation times be expected of the SKL? yes
5. Obviously the operational time does not only depend on the ‘fuel’ or charge but maybe also on wear and tear of components. But only looking to the ‘fuel’: Have you ever ran a SKL so long that the ‘fuel’ was exhausted? no
6. When that happens, is then the fuel a. exhausted or b. saturated or c. something else t.b.d.
Thank you for replying on our questions!
Kind regards, Gerard
I have printed Andrea’s answers to my questions in bold.
Please realize that these are quite remarkable answers!
Just to summarize:
There is a 20 kW SK reactor (producing heat) already running for nearly 2 years without recharging!
Andrea does not know if and when it runs out of fuel and also not what the cause would be, so it seems!
Further, he agrees that the SK and the SKL are based on the same principle, in other words:
Andrea seems to have invented a perpetuum mobile, because the SKL can generate its own input energy and deliver much more!
‘Perpetuum mobile?’ you will ask. But Andrea has said that the energy may come from electrons that change to a new state with a lower enthalpy (into these ‘pico-metric aggregates’ as he calls them in his paper on ResearchGate). But it is not clear what happens with these aggregates. Wouldn’t they saturate the reactor after a while? How much energy is being released by this anyway? Would the energy density be similar to nuclear energy? My feeling is that it would be much less. And Andrea said it is not nuclear. So where does it come from? Some suggested Zero Point energy or Vacuum energy. Maybe it comes from there, but I have some doubts.
Nevertheless that energy should come from somewhere and I believe that Andrea does not really know where it comes from. I think he does also not know if the ‘fuel’ of the SKL would ever saturate or exhaust at all. If the Ecat SKLe is indeed confirmed, Physics is on the brink of a revolution that is so gigantic that nobody can comprehend right now!
I am really very interested to see how the scientific community reacts when the Ecat SKL comes on the market. And what interests me even more is the ‘new physics’ that eventually will explain this phenomenon. I certainly look forward to that.