E-Cat SKL Plasma ‘Emits Polarized Light’

Andrea Rossi doesn’t often provide details of what he is seeing in his experiments with the E-Cat SKL, but here is a Q&A in which he reveals something specific regarding the light that is emitted by the E-Cat SKL’s plasma.

November 25, 2020 at 11:13 AM
Dr Rossi,
did you find any evidence of the creation of clusters in coherence of phase as hypothesized in
during your experiments and tests ?

Andrea Rossi
November 25, 2020 at 11:36 AM
Yes, we have discovered with polarizing lenses that the light emitted by the plasma is polarized: the emission of polarized light is very rare and is typical of lasers and electron some kind of accelerators; when our theoretical Team has discovered this fact, after repeated experiments, we deem this a signature of the creation of clusters of electrons in coherence of phase.
Warm Regards,

According to Rossi, electron clusters play an important part in the mechanism of the E-Cat SKL, and now he speaks of them being in ‘coherence of phase”. Perhaps that can give some clues as to what is going on inside the E-Cat.