So much ado now about how to protect the e-cat IP.
Remember, several years ago Rossi shipped unattended the “1MW container” with 100 “loaded” reactors over the Atlantic, and had them going through US custom controls.
How comes that at that time he wasn’t concerned that some “man in black” could steal one of the “fueled reactors”? - The answer is simple: There isn’t something valuable to steal.
But the fuss he creates now with the discussion about preventing the e-cat from hacking is another “brilliant move” from Rossi - because it keeps his followers believing that there is a valuable IP associated to the e-cat.
LOLs...good point. Rossisaid also that it is up to the customer to get the proper certifications to install his QX. If he has what he claims, how does a customer go about doing that? The QX is a new energy technology, plasma based reactor, that supposedly outputs far more than input. It is untested in real world applications. It does not have an underwriters seal of approval. The only one who knows how it works is Rossi. Someone on ECW said no insurance company would insure a business in such a case.
It seems to me, that the only way he can legally go through with this, is if what he has is a standard heater.