Rossi: The final chapter

  • There is a famous place up in Assisi named Andrea Rossi house. ...

    Hi Wyttenbach ,


    Indeed, The Italian Messiah can perhaps retire there once his beautiful masterpiece is on the market. For now some work remains to be done;


    "Within the end of November we will complete the extremely important series of tests on course and the answers will probably be more precise.

    Thank you for yuour continue kind attention to the work of our Team,

    Warm Regards,

    A.R."


    Cheers,


    JB

    1. IObservable November 5, 2019 at 2:19 AM

      Dear Andrea…

      This “at the end of the year” is the same statement, which You made last year.

      How likely is the chance now, that You present a product and accept final orders ?

    2. Andrea Rossi November 5, 2019 at 7:25 AM

      IObservable:

      Last year I made that statement related to the SK, that has been actually presented on January 31st 2019.

      Please see

      http://www.ecatskdemo.com

      and on January 14 has been published on Researchgate the theoretical paper related to it: please read

      http://www.researchgate.net/pu…nge_particle_interactions

      The probabilities that we will be able to present the Ecat SK Leonardo within this year, with a tolerance of 1 month, are 50.1 % .

      Warm Regards,

      A.R.

  • Sam,


    Have you noticed how interesting it is that in spite of the ecat SK - and all those older versions of ecats going back 5 years or more, being demoed and fully operational and "evaluated by industry" hence more convincing demos according to Rossi are not needed, none of them actually get bought and evaluated by industry! It seems all the possible buyers are waiting for a slightly better version. Imagine that! Personally, I'd expect a lot of grid-connected buyers to like the idea of reliable cheap energy, so the "Leonardo" complication would only be relevant for a few.


    THH

  • I sometimes eat at a cantina, there is fixed sign on the wall reading:


    "Tomorrow every dish for the half price!"


    Think about it :-)

  • Sam,


    Have you noticed how interesting it is that in spite of the ecat SK - and all those older versions of ecats going back 5 years or more, being demoed and fully operational and "evaluated by industry" hence more convincing demos according to Rossi are not needed, none of them actually get bought and evaluated by industry! It seems all the possible buyers are waiting for a slightly better version. Imagine that! Personally, I'd expect a lot of grid-connected buyers to like the idea of reliable cheap energy, so the "Leonardo" complication would only be relevant for a few.


    THH

    THH


    You are looking 5 years back and

    Axel Axel is looking 5 years ahead

    in his comment on ECat World.


    Axel Axel


    What Rossi et al has not developed yet but might well be their ultimate goal is a modular, failsafe, and self regulating firmware directed standalone, independent, control system where heat producing modules can be added, deleted, or switched over upon failure.

    There is at least 5 years of development work and maybe more in disconnecting the Leonardo from manual control. How long do we think it might take for an openly expandable nuclear reactor to be designed to take care of itself responding to any eventuality without any human feedback?

    The removal of the Leonardo from the need to divorce itself from user power irregularities is just the first step in developing an independent, self regulating, autonomous system. Much more remains to be done.


    If Axel Axel is correct I don’t think

    I will make it to the end.


    Sam

  • Quote

    Rossi is always good for business, so whatever keeps him in the picture is fine by me.

    If by that you mean that he attracts good attention to LENR, you are sadly mistaken. Rossi only supports the notion that LENR is junk science which should not be promoted or funded. Worse yet, Rossi's success, such as it is, reinforces the impression some scientists and investors have that belief in LENR means gullibility.

  • If by that you mean that he attracts good attention to LENR, you are sadly mistaken. Rossi only supports the notion that LENR is junk science which should not be promoted or funded. Worse yet, Rossi's success, such as it is, reinforces the impression some scientists and investors have that belief in LENR means gullibility.


    Doubtful a mainstream scientist, or investor would read what is said here, and get the impression we take Rossi serious. When I say he is good for business, I mean he is a nice break from all the real science we talk about. Good for a laugh, and then back to work.

  • I still think Rossi will have the last laugh.

    I think he already did, he built himself a very good patrimony. I think he just likes the attention and following he garnered in all these years, and decided to keep it going as long as he can.


    If he ever comes up with a real energy production product, I will be really surprised.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.