Here is an interesting question of question and answer from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today in which Andrea Rossi gives a little synopsis about where be believes the energy of the E-Cat comes from. The paper he refers to in his comment is long and complicated, and I think very difficult for most non-experts to understand, so it is helpful to a person like me to see his thinking in a shortened form.
Steven N. Karels
August 28, 2021 at 6:00 PM
Dear Andrea Rossi,
I am trying to understand your paper. My understanding suggests that the zero energy in space, as predicted and observed from Quantum Mechanics, is stored in the aggregate electron structures, which, in turn, yield the stored energy to the eCat-SKL when they randomize?
August 29, 2021 at 12:17 AM
Steven N. Karels:
I appreciate the attention you put on
If I understood, you mean that energy is generated as follows:
Point zero energy-> dV/dT with high dV-> electrons phase change-> formation of electrons clusters in phase-> lower entropy, lower thermal capacity and restricted freedom degrees-> transfer of energy to electrons not in phase->photons emission ( second thermodynamic principle not applicable )-> electrons flow continues the cycle
If so, I agree.
There’s a lot in even this short statement to digest, but I think it is useful to see it mapped out like this and could be a good starting point to help us understand what Rossi thinks is going on. He has been working with his E-Cat for years, and has said that what he sees in his experiments with the E-Cat bears out his theoretical model. No one has had more experience with the E-Cat than himself, so I think it is wise to give his ideas consideration.