They wouldn't call him up next day. They would have met with him in person after the 'show'. I view the Stockholm demo more as an excuse to meet Rossi and network among like minded LENR enthusiasts, scientists and potential investors.
Puppets and a song and a dancing plasma and whatnot, from his condo! For me, it's part of the charm. Give me that homespun brew over glossy, slick PR embellishments most any day.
I know both deep down and on the surface that the odds for Rossi having the goods are very, very low. It is a well nigh impossible invention after all. It would take someone very special to succeed, and in such spectacular fashion, as Rossi
portendspurports. So part of me fully expects Rossi's work to be a largely a dud. Another part of me believes in the man and his work. What can I say, I'm in a superposition of states. Such is the human condition.
Name one inventor with disruptive novel technology who hawks it around with pathetic internet advertised and promoted light shows, rather than getting in real investors and/or buyers for their own (confidential) testing?
Oh - I forgot - easy answer: Rossi!
Now name another.