Since Andrea Rossi announced his team’s breakthrough with the E-Cat SKL, there have been a number of questions posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics looking for more details about the nature of the breakthrough.
A couple of points that seem to be important:
1. The improvement has been made in the AI (artificial intelligence) system that seems to be a crucial part of the SKL control system:
August 2, 2021 at 4:27 AM
Congratulations with the breakthrough that you made. 👍
Can you tell us on what aspect of the E-cat SKL you made this successful step forward?
Thank you and great success!
Kind regards Gerard
August 2, 2021 at 10:10 AM
Modifications to the artificial intelligence system.
2. The breakthrough has improved the ability for the SKL to power inductive loads.
August 2, 2021 at 2:17 PM
Hello Dr. Rossi,
can you tell us about the conseqences of the newest breakthrough modifications to the AI-System?
1) More reliability with inductive loads?
2) More reliability with higher power?
3) Something else (can you spoil us please?)
August 3, 2021 at 1:32 AM
The ability to produce power an inductive load in a reliable way seems to have been a real challenge for Rossi and his team. In order for the SKL to be a universal electrical generator, with the ability to power all kinds of electric devices, this problem has to be solved. So far, Rossi has stated that the SKL has only been able to power resistive loads reliably, so if this breakthrough can be confirmed to be reliable (which will surely require a lot more testing), I think it will be a really significant achievement.