Mr. Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General of the United States. I have an urgent message for you that will affect the future of our country and the rest of the world. First, let me thank you for the hard work you do fighting organized crime. That is an important service to our country and regional countries of South America.
With the inventions of indoor plumbing and water supplies, came the amazing benefits of modern technology: abundant clean water, washing machines, showers, etc. With the inventions of automobiles and other forms of transportations, came freedom to travel, haul farm goods, etc. The world is a much better place now with lots of electric tools and appliances. However, there is a tremendous need for energy to supply all of these conveniences.
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Ordinary Americans are calling for the US government to “investigate the usefulness of the Energy Catalyzer reactor”. A site was started in order for citizens to rally together to petition President Obama to duly consider the use of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) technology in a bid to reduce the countries growing energy crisis.
Of course the major player in the cold fusion game at the moment is Dr Andrea Rossi, the inventor of the Energy Catalyzer, also known as the E-Cat device.
Even though the world witnessed the successful launch of Andrea Rossi’s 1MW E-Cat power plant on 28 October 2010, scientists the world over still hold the view that Rossi’s invention defies for the laws of physics. Of course reports based on the opinion of naysayers in the scientific fraternity wield much controversy and stamp on the great breakthrough that was achieved at the demonstration.
The United States Department of Energy the U.S. Patent Office say the process is impossible because physics rules out the possibility of room-temperature nuclear fusion. But Rossi’s E-Cat reactor has proven them wrong, and shortly, we’ll be able to see the comparative results from all the tests that have taken place at the University of Bologna in Italy.
Tomorrow, the 28th of October 2011 is a big day in the history of cold fusion technology. It will mark the validity of low energy nuclear reactions as a new source of clean energy for our energy-starved world. Tomorrow, Andrea Rossi’s 1 MW cold fusion reactor gets tested for all the world to see, and we will finally know once and for all if “E-Cat” cold fusion reactor has been worth the hype in the past few weeks.
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