Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion

  • Yeah, that’s certainly the criteria I use to determine if a product works or not.

    Order a couple and use what ever

    Criteria you want.


    2021-09-15 03:53 RS 

    Regarding the SKLed delivery

    – Who will pay for the delivery cost when a lamp is ordered?

    – From where will the SKLed be shipped, USA, Asia, Europe, scandinavia? (regarding customs costs)

    2021-09-15 09:00 Andrea Rossi 

    RS:

    1- the Client

    2- it will depend on the destination

    Warm Regards,

    A.R.

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  • Truth

    I listen to all opinions including

    your one track minded ones.

    Once in a while I agree with what

    you say.

    Sam12, yesterday I clearly demonstrated that the magician is uneducated, he does not know and he does not understand the difference between the luminous flux and the illuminance and even confuses lumens with lux.

    How can you believe without the due proof that when he promises to be able to generate 10000 lumens consuming only 4W (Ecat SKLed) that it's a real stuff if he does not know even what he is talking about? For him lumen or lux are the same thing but difference is enormous.

    You believe on him only because you are a blind fan and everything that magician says you drink like drink water.

  • Yes, with an appropriate measurement test set-up because despite what the magician thinks or says to get reliable measurement results is not a joke.

    In any case this is out the table because the magician will never allow me to test his SKLed.

  • I'm not going to believe anything about ITER until it can run self-sustained.

    No-one at ITER is claiming it will ever be commercial fusion.


    You will notice all the little startups using high temp superconductors for high magnetic field clever containment strategies - building on all that work at ITER - and with just a chance of success and reactors 1/50th the cost


    MIT-designed project achieves major advance toward fusion energy
    For the first time, a large high-temperature superconducting electromagnet was ramped to a field strength of 20 tesla, the most powerful magnetic field of its…
    news.mit.edu


    And all those research papers coming out of ITER pave the way for this. You had better believe them, they are well researched, done by the best young scientists, checked and cross-checked.


    Now why is it that seems so off topic for this thread talking aout Rossi's demos?

  • Isn't there a more cost efficient way to do this research and generate relevant papers than building this environmental disaster/monstrosity known as ITER?

  • Isn't there a more cost efficient way to do this research and generate relevant papers than building this environmental disaster/monstrosity known as ITER?

    There is now that we have viable high-field HTS. The difference is that ITER will work (badly) and is established tech, whereas new ideas with better HTS are more experimental.


    Personally, I've never thought politicians are good at spending science money - you need big prestige projects to attract money - but I'd rather they spent it somehow than have no science.

  • From the Preorder Terms & COnditions page on Ecat.com... :)


    Warnings: The Customer is not allowed to disassemble or to modify the ECAT SKLed in any way and any modification or disassembling and reassembling will void the warranty. The Customer is aware of the fact that the ECAT technology has been patented.


    It is quite interesting, that Rossi states that the E-Cat SKLED is based on his patent on a so called "Fluid Heater" (US9115913B1), filed back in 2012....

    ...

    Abstract

    An apparatus for heating fluid includes a tank for holding fluid to be heated, and a fuel wafer in fluid communication with the fluid. The fuel wafer includes a fuel mixture including reagents and a catalyst, and an electrical resistor or other heat source in thermal communication with the fuel mixture and the catalyst.

    ...


    What an amazing evolution and ingenious master piece, that all these parts, pieces, water piping, tanks, heat exchangers etc. now fit in this tiny volume of only 6"x4" with a total weight of 200g....abut seems to be a logical milestone after mastering 10000 hand soldered connections ^^

  • The Customer is aware of the fact that the ECAT technology has been patented.


    It is quite interesting, that Rossi states that the E-Cat SKLED is based on his patent on a so called "Fluid Heater" (US9115913B1), filed back in 2012....

    Zorud, he hasn't said (of course!) which patent and it's possible that he has recently filed a patent application that is not yet public - though I can't see anything yet. In any case, this warning is of little concern to users and the SKLed will also undoubtedly infringe other people's patents....although if he is just rebadging existing end-products they might already have appropriate licenses.

  • There is now that we have viable high-field HTS. The difference is that ITER will work (badly) and is established tech, whereas new ideas with better HTS are more experimental.


    Personally, I've never thought politicians are good at spending science money - you need big prestige projects to attract money - but I'd rather they spent it somehow than have no science.

    Planet ITER


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