Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion

  • This comment.

    That he answers yes to the first

    and no to the rest.

    So where is the problem

    that reliability is below 80 percent.

    I will ask A.R.



    1. Sven B May 16, 2020 at 9:54 AM

      Dear Andrea Rossi,

      I am very happy to hear that SKL now works as expected except for some

      remaining reliability issues.

      Some questions:

      1. Is present total reliability still below 80% of expected?

      2. Occasional issues at the startup?

      3. Occasional issues at switch off?

      4. Occasional switch off during normal operation?

      5. Occasional switch off due to changing external conditions?

      I understand if you cannot answer at this moment.

      Kind regards

      Sven B

    2. Translate Andrea Rossi May 16, 2020 at 10:23 AM

      Sven B:

      1. yes

      2. no

      3. no

      4. no

      5. no

      Warm Regards,

      A.R.

  • I will ask A.R.

    You do realize he won't answer right? Well I mean an answer with any content. He might say sorry I cannot answer, or say it is confidential, but I don't consider that an answer.

    You will have to make up bogus yes/no questions subject to interpretation and future speculation and extrapolation by the peanut gallery.

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    Warm Regards


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  • This comment.

    That he answers yes to the first

    and no to the rest.

    So where is the problem

    that reliability is below 80 percent.


    Sam - what is your rationalisation for why Rossi abandoned:

    • his hot-cat (tested reliable by those Swedes in multiple tests)
    • his previous e-cat (proven reliable in large-scale industrial test and that he claims he spent millions of dollars in Court fees to preserve the IP for)


    For this < 80% working new device.


    We, the non-Rossi-fan observers, can answer this quite simply: none of these devices have ever worked. And Rossi's court case was because he thought he could lie his way into getting a $10M payment from IH, and even if not pursuing this case was the only way he could make good PR out of the fiasco which was his devices not working.


    How do you make sense of the entire history of abandoned e-cat development? You do realise, right, that any one of these e-cats, if it worked as claimed, would be a major disruptive technological advance and gain Rossi instant fame and money? It would not matter that it was not productionised, that it was not 100% reliable. As long as it could be made to work in prototype form when tested by reputable independent testers Rossi's financial and reputation problems would be forever gone.

  • You do realize he won't answer right? Well I mean an answer with any content. He might say sorry I cannot answer, or say it is confidential, but I don't consider that an answer.

    You will have to make up bogus yes/no questions subject to interpretation and future speculation and extrapolation by the peanut gallery.

    A.R did give some kind of answer but

    not sure what to make of it.


    1. Sam May 16, 2020 at 7:53 PM

      Hello DR Rossi

      Can you give reasons why

      total reliability of SKL is

      below 80 percent?

      Regards

      Sam

    2. Andrea Rossi May 17, 2020 at 4:33 AM

      Sam:

      Reliablity complexity are relative to the searched standards and the connected

      risks.

    Is this what he is referring?

    https://guides.library.queensu.ca/c.php?g=501793&p=3436599

  • These are comments from ECat World about it.


    It seems that it is connected to the ‘standards’ and fool proofing of the SKL. Maybe that under some circumstances like: moister in the air, dropping on the floor, short circuiting or things like that it can go wrong.
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      • Avatar Frank Sedei  Gerard McEk2 hours ago

        Your opinions are welcomed and respected. Eventually, we shall find out.

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        • Avatar Stephen  Gerard McEk4 hours ago edited

          Yes it looks like it’s not about the reliability of the device it self more reliability needed for certification as a product for distribution.

          Perhaps to make it tamper proof, or make sure it connects safety with out issues or make sure it can’t be missused in some way that could have issues? All power products would need care in this area. Even a light bulb can have high temperature and have issues if missused.

          Andrea and his team are smart I’m sure these issues if they are the issues can be resolved.

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          • Avatar Roland  Gerard McEk4 hours ago

            There's the stability of the SKL into a stable load and then there are complex and inherently unstable loads and 'acts of god', no electrical systems are proof against all circumstances and so it becomes a matter of relative risk as compared to existing standards and common issues like lightning strikes and transformers blowing up for no good reason. There's a long list of real world challenges that are exceedingly difficult to reproduce in the lab and the existing best practices have evolved over 125 years to cope as best as possible.

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  • You do realize he won't answer right? Well I mean an answer with any content. He might say sorry I cannot answer, or say it is confidential, but I don't consider that an answer.

    You will have to make up bogus yes/no questions subject to interpretation and future speculation and extrapolation by the peanut gallery.

    Pfd,


    As previously noted, you cannot argue faith

    with the faithful.

    There is nothing that anyone anywhere can say or do that will keep the faithful from their appointed rounds.

    Some, make these appointed rounds thru JoNP, cuts/paste the assembled Rossi drivel

    into context that suits his belief system.


    Trying to penetrate this faith with arguments of logic and reason is a fools errand.


    I find Rossi et al almost as entertaining as a midnight Three Stooges Film Festival.

  • I find Rossi et al almost as entertaining as a midnight Three Stooges Film Festival.

    I find him and his followers entertaining too. Part of me wants to see him in prison, the other part of me realizes I wiould miss this entertainment. And God forbid the few here at LF that sort of believe him like Mark and Sam stop posting. Who would we get to argue with then? Axil and WCG and Director have all pretty much bailed, and Adrian Ashfield, may he RIP.

  • Seems like Rossi is pulling a silent exit scam by just boring away his remaining followers...

    Wouldn't it be quicker&easier to simply shut down the JONP site? jonpreader, ECW and others will die along ...

    BTW I'll sincerely miss all of this miracle energy fun where the only excess heat seems to come from the thousands and thousands of warm regards


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