Analyzing E-Cat Plant Pump Photos Indicate COP>1 (Engineer48)

  • Alan Smith wrote:


    It is literally impossible not to laugh every time I see that photo of Rossi using a stethoscope to monitor a nuclear reactor (or simple water boiler in reality). I know the ridiculous backstory behind the use perpetuated on Planet Rossi, but this is pretty much the same thing as the timing and air/fuel mixture of a 1000+ horsepower engine being tuned by smelling the exhaust. Pure comedy....I am just rollling today reading posts.


    Forget "nuclear reactor," it creates a host of images that don't apply. Is it reasonable to use a stethoscope to check the state of boiling in a single reactor?


    Yes. It is.


    We do not add credibility to criticism of Rossi by criticizing and ridiculing what might be reasonable.


  • Forget "nuclear reactor," it creates a host of images that don't apply. Is it reasonable to use a stethoscope to check the state of boiling in a single reactor?


    Yes. It is.


    We do not add credibility to criticism of Rossi by criticizing and ridiculing what might be reasonable.


    While it is technically possible to use a stethoscope to check the state of boiling in a single reactor of this supposed complexity, it is not reasonable nor wise to do so in 2016. For under $20.00 you can buy a sensor to monitor such a condition with far more accuracy than a stethoscope with the ability to log and record anything that is detected through a wide spectrum that can't even be detected by the human ear. I personally can tell when a car's timing is relatively off because of a lifetime of dealing with racing engines, but in 2016 I would NEVER EVER rely on my ear to check and/or set the timing of a modern engine, that should be left to sensors/ECU nowadays. I think you may have missed the point a bit on this one even though I posed it in jest.

  • @'Eric ,
    I am at a ... industrial facility, where there is a heavy level of internet security. It seems to kill the drop boxes. I can put the link in the "link" box, but it won't submit the info with the "OK" button. It just sits there, dead on the screen. I can Cancel it though, after some rigmarole.
    Interestingly, I can't even log out now, because that box is somehow disabled altogether.

  • This is sort of an outpost, which began as a Hydro facility construction camp, and is now a hub for many industries in a remote area. A virus in here could become a very expensive problem. The countermeasures are rather heavy-handed but probably effective.