- Italo R. January 23, 2019 at 1:20 AM
I believe the site is not updated yet.
The messages of day 22 are still missing.
- Andrea Rossi January 23, 2019 at 9:15 AM
The comments of the 22 have been lost during a fight against a hacker. Please send again your comment, if you did any.
- Andrea Rossi January 23, 2019 at 9:11 AM
Yesterday we got an attack from a hacker that later has been resolved.
During this attack we lost some comment.
The Readers that did not find their comments published yesterday January 22 are kindly invited to send their comments again, because it is impossible for us to retrieve them.
January 20, 2019 at 9:32 AM
WE ARE MAKING WORKS IN PROGRESS ON THIS WEBSITE OF THE JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS TO MAKE IT MORE POWERFUL AND BETTER DEFENDED. FOR THIS REASONS TODAY. JANUARY 20 2019, IT COULD BE NOW AND AGAIN OUT OF SERVICE. IT WILL RETURN IN FULL OPERATION TOMORROW.
.... but our IT-guys (military grade, stream experts) made a mess. F*cked up same data.
Uhmm, aehm, no, no it was a hacker attack, send by our enemys ... we've been fighting him. And we won! Just lost some data.
But don't bother, when we control our E-Cat reactors via the internet, everything will work fine!
Somebody may ask Rossi about the max. resolution of the SK stream. 1080? 720? 480?
Ah, I forgot, that doesn't matter. 16" monitor is enough to see everything in a correct manner.