Here’s a comment from Max today that I am sure a lot of people have wondered about, and I thought it would be interesting to get some responses from readers.
Can someone here explain to me what they would say to someone, in layman’s terms, who asks “where does the E-Cat get it’s energy from?
I think it is going to be a question that more and more people are going to be asking, especially if we get to see the gridless E-Cat being streamed, as Andrea Rossi has said is planned for.
Andrea Rossi often points people towards his theoretical paper, but this is not written for the layman. On the FAQ Leonardo Corporation website, this short answer is given:
“The Ecat technology stands on 20 years of research and development, and is based on an innovative way to apply the physics of the electron, and on what is called Zero Point Energy”
So, assuming that the E-Cat really is producing anomalous energy, how would you answer Max’s question:
Where does the E-Cat get its energy from?