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Sorry, but you should understand that if I had considered the whole your comment, I would have replied to you next Christmas.
The test cannot be trusted.
I fear that they are the testers to be not trustable.
it being a managed demonstration, not an independent test
It was announced to the press (http://newenergytimes.com/v2/s…1-Levi-PressRelease.shtml) with these words: "[…] The test will be held by a researcher of the Physics Department of the University of Bologna, and will take place before a selected public of researchers and professors of the same Department. […] The Jan. 14th test is the first to be carried out by outside investigators."
me: - NO Air Quality meter has been ever used to measure the quality steam during the January 14, 2011, demo!
Evidence for this?
OK, here we are!
Three months ago, in my first message here on L-F, I linked to you the web address of a jpeg (http://i.imgur.com/YC4W0Ax.jpg). Now, I put it directly here below one more time. Please, pay attention to it.
In the detail C you see the HP474AC probe, the one that should have been connected to the HD37AB1347 portable instrument. From the Fig.2 (detail A), extracted from the Levi's report, you see that that probe should be placed on the top of the vertical branch of the Ecat. I hope that you will agree with me that the actual probe inserted on the top of the Ecat (detail B) is not an HP474AC (or ACR) probe. It is only a normal temperature probe (detail D) which remains unplugged for most part of the test.
If you want to be more certain about this, give a look to all the many pictures posted on 22passi (http://22passi.blogspot.com/20…naca-test-fusione_14.html - versione 21gen10) and to the first part of the second video of the demo:
Are you able to localize the HP474HC probe? Consider also that the other probe inserted halfway in the vertical branch is the normal TC which measures the output temperature shown on the PC screen.
You have vastly exaggerated the importance of this test.
You did publish an article on the peer reviewed journal Current Science, look please at the Preface (www.currentscience.ac.in/Volumes/108/04/0491.pdf): "It is precisely at this juncture that there comes the latest twist in the LENR story. An unknown ‘outsider’, an engineer–inventor from Italy, Andrea Rossi surprised us all by announcing that he has invented a working, industrial-grade Ni–H LENR reactor. On 14 January 2011, he gave a semi-public demo of the same in the presence of an invited audience and later in the year he followed it up with a demo of a 1 MWth (Megawatt thermal) reactor (composed of over a hundred of the basic 10 KWth modules connected in a series/parallel fashion). Now this ‘development’ (some would say that, in the absence of a peer reviewed publication, we should treat it merely as an ‘unproven’ claim) has revived immense worldwide interest in the whole field of LENR."
Well, if you claim it was invented, we would look at the sources.
Well, it is exactly what this troll (me) is trying to do since his coming here on L-F.