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  • Open AI response:


    "As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or beliefs. However, I can provide information on the subject of Andrea Rossi and his work.

    Andrea Rossi is an Italian inventor who claimed to have developed a device that produced energy through a process known as low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR), also known as "cold fusion". Despite widespread interest in his claims, Rossi's work has been met with significant skepticism from the scientific community, and several independent attempts to replicate his results have failed to produce significant amounts of energy.

    Critics of Rossi's work have raised a number of red flags, including the lack of peer-reviewed publications detailing his methods and results, the lack of transparency in his demonstrations, and the inconsistencies in his claims. Some scientists have also pointed out that the amounts of energy claimed by Rossi would violate well-established laws of physics, such as the conservation of energy.

    While Rossi and his supporters continue to maintain the validity of his work, many experts in the field of energy research consider it to be a fraudulent claim. In 2014, Rossi was sued by a former business partner, who claimed that Rossi's technology was a "hoax". The case was ultimately settled out of court, and the terms of the settlement were not made public.

    It is important to note that the scientific community's skepticism of Rossi's claims does not prove that he is a fraud. However, the lack of evidence supporting his work, along with the red flags and inconsistencies in his claims, have led many experts to conclude that his work is not credible."

  • Some scientists who don't believe that Cold Fusion exists have also pointed out that the amounts of energy claimed by Rossi would violate well-established laws of physics, such as the conservation of energy.

  • bang99: Do you belive that Andreas Rossi's ECAT is a scam?

    ChatGPT: "As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or beliefs. However, of course, it is a scam.
    You do not need an AI to realise that :)

    Ask me something more challenging.


    (This never happened and is a dramaturgical exaggeration based on other events in the past)

  • bang99: Do you belive that Andreas Rossi's ECAT is a scam?

    ChatGPT: "As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or beliefs. However, of course, it is a scam.
    You do not need an AI to realise that :)

    Ask me something more challenging.


    (This never happened and is a dramaturgical exaggeration based on other events in the past)

    Here's the real reply:

    "

    As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or beliefs. However, I can provide you with information on the subject.

    Andrea Rossi's Energy Catalyzer (ECAT) is a claimed low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device that supposedly produces heat through a process known as cold fusion. However, the claims made by Rossi and others about the ECAT have been met with significant skepticism from the scientific community, and there has been no independent, peer-reviewed validation of the technology. Many experts in the field have criticized the lack of transparency and the lack of reproducibility of the results, which are key aspects of the scientific method.


    Based on the available information, it is not possible to conclusively determine whether the ECAT is a scam or not. However, it is important to exercise caution when evaluating claims that challenge established scientific knowledge and to require strong evidence and transparency to support such claims.

    "

  • il dottore has got competition...


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    Only these guys only want you to build it and they don't sell it.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • Only these guys only want you to build it and they don't sell it

    But they do get advert revenue from youtube, I guess.


    Amazing that the "special alloy" not only allows this to produce electricity, but also cunningly regulates the speed and output to give exactly 230V AC at 50Hz.

    "The most misleading assumptions are the ones you don't even know you're making" - Douglas Adams

  • But they do get advert revenue from youtube, I guess.


    Amazing that the "special alloy" not only allows this to produce electricity, but also cunningly regulates the speed and output to give exactly 230V AC at 50Hz.

    It is so obviously a scam that I posted it in jest ( hence the reference to il dottore) I was appalled by the popularity of the video.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • Try googling it, and you find his thing turns up on "techno" clickbait websites - alongside various "DIYhacks" and other, otherwise conventional, stuff scraped from youtube :(

    What blows my mind is how massive is the number of views. I came across this on twitter and am still arguing with the guy who posted it about the obvious problems.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • "Gloria" has something to say.

    I was afraid that by now he knows that we know but apparently he doesn't.


    From the guy who wants beat an electronic document Discovery specialist company in court…

    The legal team will be pleased to have hundreds of pages of proof that their adversary is a genius, and definitely is not senile, and definitely is knowing what he is doing. And that he is a manipulative monster.

  • I was amused to see this "paper" posted in one of the Beal's list journals:


    Confusion over Cold Fusion: A Possible Explanation


    Confusion over Cold Fusion: A Possible Explanation


    Abstract

    The famous 1989 “cold fusion” experiment of Fleischmann and Pons is revisited and the results are discussed. It is shown that these results, which were attributed to nuclear fusion near or at room temperature but were never validated in any other environment, can be explained by presence of radon gas in the laboratory where the experiments were performed.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • I was amused to see this "paper" posted in one of the Beal's list journals:


    Confusion over Cold Fusion: A Possible Explanation

    And the explanation is? Laughable and inaccurate (ie wrong)/.


    "In conclusion, since the results of Fleischmann and Pons’s experiment have not been validated in other laboratory environments and by other investigators, it is possible that presence of radon gas in their laboratory was responsible for them. ".

  • Believe it or not :


    2023-02-14 05:57 Roy

    Dear Dr Andrea Rossi,

    Did I understand well that pre-orders of the Ecat SKLep will be turned by default into euivalent pre-orders of the Ecat SSM ?

    Roy
    [ Roy doesn't seem to be a Socratic Puppet -- <span class="comment-author-link">Roy</span> - Does have the French "?" ]


    2023-02-14 10:19 Andrea Rossi

    Roy:

    Yes, unless when we call the client for the delivery he confirms that prefers thegrid bound version,

    Warm Regards,

    A.R.

  • Has a certain classic lilting quasi iambic pentameter essence…


    The master sock directory was lost during the IH shuffle, in the early angry days. (Probably laptop destroyed, or hard drive accidentally fell out and dropped into an open sewer by chance).
    That’s why a bunch of last names (and first names LOL) get mixed up, etc. The cast of characters had a big shake up after early 2015.

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