The ECAT SK Demo page is now updated with several edited videos from the demo event.
There is also a full version on Youtube.com
This is an additional clip from the interview with Andrea Rossi which was held in Bologna in January 2012.
Here are the main points:
This is the second video in a series of new videos made in Bologna on the 12th of January. In this particular clip, Rossi answers questions regarding cold fusion, about competition and the upcoming independent 3rd party validation of the E-Cat.
In the interview Andrea Rossi prefers to call the effect LENR – Low Energy Nuclear Reaction instead of the more popular term Cold Fusion which is believed to have emerged as early as 1956 in New York Times. Some people attribute the scientist Luis W. Alvarez’ as to have coined the term during his work on muon-catalyzed fusion which was published in the aforementioned newspaper.
However after University of Utah’s scientists Stanley Pons & Martin Fleischmann’s public announcement of the discovery of cold fusion in 1989, the word has been slightly tarnished. Clean energy advocate Ruby Carat posted this great article on her website Cold Fusion Now about the history behind the terminology surrounding this controversial topic.
ECAT.com also recommends cold fusion researcher and electro-chemist Michael McKubre‘s lecture “What Happened To Cold Fusion?” at Cafe Scientifique in Silicon Valley, 10/11/11 for a better understanding about each word.
Last week the team behind ECAT.com went to Bologna to meet the inventor Andrea Rossi. Many readers of this website and on the internet are very curious about the recent developments. So we asked Mr. Rossi a few questions for clarification and here are his answers. Many of the questions has already been addressed in the show “Smart Scare Crow” as avid followers of the E-cat will recall.
Key takeaways from the 12th of January interview: