Can you imagine what is the cost to register 64 patents? Even one patent costs money that you will really do not want to spend just for the fooling.
I know that Rossi is absolutely confident about his reactor for many years. Actually he is trying to behave that he is not so sure but it is all about his patents. Until he have patented everything he will be publicly unsure about results to get more time and halt competitors.
He was waiting all the time for granting the patents, obviously it was not easy at all.
He do not want to convince anybody, he want to protect his invention, block each competitor and then as the last step release the product and earn LOT of money.
What in the world makes you think Rossi is registering 64 patents? Oh! I know. ROSSI SAID SO. That's where most Rossi information comes from.
Rossi could patent an actual ecat. All he would have to do is make a small but very high power working model, for example like the one Dr. Levi supposedly tested in 2011, and then he could present it to a test lab or directly to the patent office. He would get his patent in a big hurry-- for the whole "kit and caboodle" if the thing worked. Of course it doesn't and never did. The whole thing is deliberate measurement errors and a few gullible scientists and inventors who seem to have forgotten, if they ever knew it, the concept of calibration.
But the point is Rossi doesn't need 64 patents to make billions of dollars. He needs ONE which completely covers a working ecat. Rossi heated a whole building with an ecat in 2007 (read his original patent app) and he doesn't have a single one to loan to the patent office? Strange!
Here is Levi's experiment reported in NY Teknik: http://www.nyteknik.se/nyheter…energi/article3108242.ece Why not repeat THIS for the patent office? For a test lab? For a government or university?
Oh... someone asked for evidence that Rossi distributors did proper tests and the ecat did not work. Here are examples:
Here may be another and there are more, I just forget where...