Ehh? What? Are you not listening? I was talking about Rossi valueing the ECAT IP - as defined in the license agreement with IH (including infinite derivatives). Did you bother to read it or am I maybe arguing with the outskirts of some random AI? Do you grok §13.4 of the license agreement? What does it mean to you, for example regarding (a hyphotetical) ECatSK?
I'm not quite sure what has got you riled.
Also not sure how you equate non-working Rossi tubes with IP? Infinite derivatibves of a non-working device are not helpful.
IH bought what they thought was an industrial-scale working device. Read the specs and the (bogus, but well advertised) demo performance.
Had it worked they could have raised > $100M, paid Rossi off, and gone on to disrupt industry.
It did not work.
To square it working with facts you have to assume IH real idiots, and Rossi a real idiot (he abandoned those v stable and simple and robust devices for something more complex, less powerful, though since it also shows no sign of working I guess one is as good as another. Not according to your fantasies however.