Buona Fortuna, Andrea Rossi!
Date: Wednesday, October 05, 2011 @ 21:06:21 GMT
Topic: Devices

Via E-Cat World: From time to time over the centuries inventions come on the scene which have fundamentally changed our world, profoundly affecting the way people live their lives. If we look back in time we can see landmark inventions whose imprints are everywhere to this day — for example, the printing press, the steam engine, the internal combustion engine, aircraft, the telephone, the radio, the television, the computer chip. In each of these cases, the first iteration was primitive and crude by modern standards, but even so, in each case a working model was created and introduced to the world, sparking development and innovation which led to technology probably far beyond what the original inventor envisioned.

We may be on the eve of the introduction of yet another landmark piece of technology. Tommorrow Andrea Rossi will put his work and reputation on the line as he conducts a test of his energy catalyzer that will be open to inspection by selected scientists and journalists, and apparently published reports will be available at the NyTeknik web site soon afterwards.

There’s no guarantee that the test will go smoothly. Early models of many machines have been clunky and far from perfect (the first flight by the Wrights only lasted 12 seconds), but for the sake of everyone who is hoping for a better energy source for the future, let’s hope that tomorrow’s test will show that Andrea Rossi really has discovered a new fire. (Link)

---------------  read also the earlier entries from the E-Cat World such as:

Test on E-Cat Will Be Conducted on Oct 6th in Bologna, Italy with Invited Academics: Daniele Passarini has posted a copy of a letter sent by Dr. Franco Sicogna to the European Patent Office inviting representatives to attend a demonstration of one of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat modules. The letter reads in part:

“With reference to the subject-matter of the application in re, we wish to inform you that an experiment run by the inventor, Mr. Andrea Rossi on a module of a 1MW plant will take place on October 6th, 2011 in Bologna (IT) in a laboratory made available by the University of Bologna.

“This experiment will be attended by professors from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, as well as professors in Physics from the USA, China, Japan, France, Great Britain, Greece, Russia and Italy. An official report will be published and made available on the Internet at a later date.”

There is certainly an air of confidence about this whole event — it would be very foolhardy to invite experts in physics to an event like this, as well as patent inspectors, if there was a chance that it would not work.

There’s no mention here of an experiment in Uppsala, Sweden which Rossi has been talking about. Perhaps there is private testing going on there, or maybe there’s been a change of plans, but regardless, it looks like with such an invitation sent out this Bologna event is set in stone; there’s no going back now!

This article comes from ZPEnergy.com

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