Albert Einstein was NOT an outstanding student and got mediocre grades in most classes – except math and science. The classroom setting and rote learning were not for him. After graduation, he got a job in a Swiss Patent Office in Bern. Working as a patent clerk left Einstein time to embark on his incredible scientific career.
In 1905, Einstein published some amazing scientific papers about the fundamental nature of energy, matter, motion, time and space:
March: Formulated the quantum theory of light – light exists as tiny packets, or particles, which he called photons.
Information from websites that monitor the development of the Rossi E-Cats (3 or 4 separate models) indicate that Rossi has sidelined the original “low-temperature” E-Cats in favor of developing the new 1200°C “Hot-Cat”. This new reactor would be the “Holy Grail” of energy production and supply all types of energy (heat, electrical, mechanical, etc.) for domestic and industry.
Apparently in frustration with the progress from Rossi, a private Swedish investors group sent a technician to monitor the testing of the new, high temp. reactor at Rossi’s Bologna facility. The INPUT power measured by the technician were 2 to 3 times higher than those mentioned in a report by the Rossi engineers. So, the ‘technician’ prepared a PRESS RELEASE that told the world about this discrepancy! The Swedish group promptly halted their involvement with Rossi.
The saga of the cold fusion energy reactors continues with our heroes, the researchers, battling the coulomb barrier, COP performance, bureaucratic barriers and pseudo-Skeptic criticisms. Who will triumph? Will the technical barriers be too much to overcome? Will the bureaucrat and Skeptics barriers stop the progress? Or will the researchers triumph and deliver the most incredible invention ever – a safe, cheap and abundant energy device!
It was very reassuring to listen to Robert Duncan, University of Missouri, vice chancellor for research, in the 60 Minutes broadcast on April 24, 2009. He continues to give solid support for the CF/LENR research. If you missed that fascinating broadcast, see:
Each day of the week, Andrea Rossi gets up early and goes out to work on his Energy Catalizer (E-Cat). He also does battle with the establishment scientists and the card-carrying Skeptics, who debunk all the cold fusion research projects and call them a fraud. With his trusty assistant, Sergio Focardi, beside him, Rossi has developed and tested an amazing Energy Catalizer he says will save the world!
Energy is the most fundamental requirement for Modern Living and Industrial Progress. When a nation is able to obtain chemical or nuclear energy and convert that to electricity, all the comforts of modern living are available. When there is abundant electrical energy, industrial applications soon follow. There is a definite correlation between the energy consumption and income of a nation. If estimates are correct, the new Cold Fusion/LENR Reactors will soon be supplying low cost, safe, and abundant energy.
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Cold Fusion/LENR – Gateway to a Prosperous Future!
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Sylvester H. Roper of Roxbury Massachusetts was an inventor of many mechanical devices, including steam powered automobiles and motorcycles. The Roper steam velocipede of 1867 – 1869 was an incredible invention. It has yet to be determined whether the Roper or the Michaux-Perruaux was the world’s first motorcycle?
At this time in history there is a great opportunity to be the first to build a Cold-Fusion/LENR motorcycle! This would be your chance to show how clever you are and get the fame and recognition for this achievement. If you hurry, you could also be the first to apply the heat energy of the E-Cat Reactor for a transportation vehicle. First, you need to get in line to purchase one of the first small E-Cat Reactors.
It was the most incredible year ever and most people are unaware of the accomplishments by Andrea Rossi and research partner, Sergio Focardi. What had been discredited by physicists and professional Skeptics as “the pathological science of cold fusion”, is now the science and technology most capable of saving our planet from environmental pollution disaster and a severe shortage of energy for industrial growth and prosperity.
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2011 – ANDREA ROSSI & SERGIO FOCARDI, MEN OF THE YEAR!
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The Rossi Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat) reactor produces lots of heat as a bi-product of some nuclear process, possibly fusion of hydrogen with nickel (H-Ni) reaction. A stream of water flows through the reactor core to capture and store that heat. The heat converts the water to steam. The hot water and/or steam is then used for heating processes in industry or homes. The heat-to-steam process is fairly efficient and useful.
It all started as an attempt to change base metals into precious metals – lead into gold! These were the ‘Alchemists’ who were the precursors to modern chemists. Their terminology, procedures, and some equipment, are still in use today. However, their attempts at ‘Nuclear Transmutation’ (changing base elements) failed. That was a long time ago.
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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Open Letter To Us Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
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