Browsing the archives for the E-cat category
A report from someone who has claimed to visit Defkalion in Greece has been reported on E-Cat World’s website having been picked up from a forum at christmastenson.com. With a temporary lull in news and reports, it seems that any snippet or rumour can take on far greater significance that is possibly deserves. E-Cat World do advise treating the report with caution.
E-Cat World has wisely deferred judgement until there has been sufficient time to assess the material presented but their first impressions are encouraging.
There still appears to be some fall out from last week’s revelations that an inspector from the Florida Bureau of Radiation Control had visited Andrea Rossi in connection with his E-Cat project. The Inspector claimed that Rossi told him “No nuclear reactions occur during the process” and that “Currently all production, distribution and use of these devices is overseas.” Rossi has now muddied the waters further by claiming that “We have a factory, but for safety and security reasons it is under another name.”
An inspector from the Florida Bureau of Radiation Control has claimed that Rossi told him “No nuclear reactions occur during the process” and “There are no radiation readings above background when the device is in operation”. He added that “Currently all production, distribution and use of these devices is overseas.”
Elisabetta Zamparutti of The Radical Party has raised the question of cold fusion research in the Italian Parliament. In a question to the Minister of Economic Development, she attempts to draw the attention of the Italian Government to the current status of research applied to Cold Fusion.
Andrea Rossi, in a detailed interview with E-Cat World, has said that he expects it take upwards of five years for the patent to finally be granted. He said that his patent attorneys were still in dialogue with the US Patent Office and information is passing back and forth between them.
NyTeknik reports that representatives of the Greek government assisted at a test of Defkalion’s energy technology on February 24th. Defkalion reported that “high-level representatives of the Greek government were present at a test of Defkalion’s technology” and that “opinions and results were very positive”.
Andrea Rossi has confirmed reports that his company, Leonardo Corporation, is no longer working with National Instruments. The story had been reported on the New Energy Times site, quoting a National Instruments spokesperson claiming that Rossi was not currently a customer of NI.