Andrea Rossi responded to a question yesterday on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the current E-Cat Minisklep livestream.
November 23, 2022 at 9:58 AM
Hey there, Roddy here.
Just seen a post on LENR forum. It shows that the SKLep has moved in the video and leads are connected at different angle.
November 23, 2022 at 12:39 PM
Good point !
Sunday November 20 around 11 A.M. Rome time we connected in series a Multimeter Peak-Tech 3430 to the circuit to know exactly the fourth decimal of the Ampères, because, as you see, the UPS arrives only to the third decimal. The Peak-Tech is probably the most precise multimeter of the world in commerce and in the microAmperes scale has a resolution +/-1%, so it arrives to the sixth decimal with very high precision.
The multimeter has worked for some minute. The operation of connect and disconnect the multimeter has taken 2 seconds. During this operation the cable and the lamp have been slightly moved. We will make the same operation on December 5 at 11:30 Rome Time
The streaming, obviously, has never been stopped.
I had not noticed the difference in the position of the leads or the SKLep. I think they must have been moved only by a slight amount. Now we know that on Monday December 5th there will be the same measurement taking place, I will certainly be watching at that time and will try to catch the measurements that take place on camera as it will be interesting to see a more precise reading. Rossi wrote today this will be shown on the livestream.