Rossi ready for third party testing.
- Frank Acland May 31, 2020 at 10:52 AM
Is the E-Cat SKL developed to a point where you would be happy to have a third party test it hands-on, when circumstances permit. Or does it need further development before reaching that moment?
- Andrea Rossi May 31, 2020 at 11:08 AM
We are ready for that, provided a due agreement is done.
What constitutes a "due agreement?" The only form of NDA I can see both he and a legitimate third party agree to is an agreement whereby the third party has the absolute right to do the tests that want, without requiring Rossi to reveal his secret sauce, and requiring that, in the event that the third party is unhappy with the tests, that both Rossi and the third party cannot disclose the results of the tests and cannot in fact even disclose that the tests happened, i.e., no statements by Rossi that the third party did tests but that he can't disclose the results because of confidentiality. If third party is unhappy with results, then Rossi cannot even disclose the existence of the testing. Now, assuming arguendo that the test results do not impress the third party, Rossi doesn't gain anything by doing the tests, so he is better off just claiming that a third party did the tests, the third party loved the results and he would love to disclose the name but "confidentiality." Which is what I think will happen -- there will be no legitimate third party, Rossi will toss out several names of real third parties, e.g., ABB, GE, etc. with whom he is "discussing" testing. He will then say that he and an unnamed real company have agreed to testing, wonderful results, etc. He doesn't spend any time or money on tests, he claims wonderful results, his acolytes rejoice in wonder once more and agree that if something is commercially marketed by [fill in the date next year, two years, etc.] they will no longer believe.
Wash, rinse, repeat.