Monday, June 20, 2011

Andrea Rossi Explains His Energy Catalyzer

Steven B. Krivit just uploaded a YouTube-video from his recent visit in Bologna, in which Andrea Rossi explains the function of the E-Cat!
(ed. July 28 : Read Peter Ekströms comments here)


  1. Here is a mail from Galantini to Krivit! "Good morning, on the request made to me today, as I have repeatedly confirmed to me that many people have requested in the past, I repeat all my measurements taken during the dozens of tests to measure the amount of evaporated water is not present steam produced by the generators in the “E-Cat” have always been made by giving the results in mass % used as the instrument indicates the gr. of water per cubic meter. Steam.
    I confirm that the measured temperature was always greater than 100.1 ° C.
    And the pressure measured in the fireplace is always found to be equal to the ambient pressure.

    The instrument used during the tests performed in the presence of Swedish teachers was as follows: 176 Text Code 0572 H2 1766 .

    Yours sincerely.

    Galantini dr.Gilberto
    Order No. 194 of Chemical
    Province of Ferrara

  2. Thanks for the Video. In my opinion it is the most clear and concise video so far. My calculations based on the consumption of 7 L of water in one hour puts the device at a production of roughly 5 kw, i.e. 750 W in, 4.4 additional, 5 kw out. I take the simplistic view that 7 L of water disappears as steam, so the figure is based on the hearing and vaporisation of that mass.

  3. What are the equations at 11:47 on the t-shirt Levi holds?

  4. We are all astonished about the weather changes, earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes and tsunamis. How many people coming back for house after a day work thought about oil burning in combustion engines produces greenhouse effects ? Certainly, a lot of people. But between them, how many people investigate where this oil come from ? The first answer in a search engine could inform “petroleum comes from hidrocarbon material accumulated by ancient living beings, manly zooplankton and algaes” or another one not accepted hypothesis (abiogenic origin). The fundamental and simple answer is however: The Petroleum comes from CO2 and H2O originally present in the athmosphere before living beings was created !
    How many people asked these two following questions ?

    1 – Is it possible we continue to burn the petroleum reserves and return CO2 to the atmosphere as before the life on earth ? (before photosynthetic organisms starts to produce in earth O2 from CO2 and H2O changing gradatively the atmosphere composition in billion years)

    2 – How many petroleum more we can burn storing CO2 in the air ?

    The answer is : 1) NO. 2) The CO2 composition in atmosphere should not be modified or reverse situation will occur, I mean, a massive death of zooplanktons and algaes in the sea will cause the end of earths life (by changes in pH or acidity).

    We need not delve into this reasoning to realize “carbon credits” is a very good idea but it will not solve the problem and nuclear plants is being considered from historic data “a statistically intolerable risk” so we are facing a crucial problem as our timing is certainly finishing.

    This year, in january 14, the engineer Andrea A. Rossi, announced to the world that they have a “cold fusion” or LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) device capable of producing more than 10 kilowatts of heat power, while only consuming a fraction of that. One investigation over the development of the cold fusion after the work from Dr. Fleischmann and Dr. S. Pons in these 22 years, show strong evidences of heat producion feasibility from nuclear cold fusion reaction or some other unknown mechanism.

    Since the history was born when writting was invented (about 10.000 AC) 2012 would be the year where the world will start to be completely changed one more time towards a better future for all mankind.

    The Mayan belief that the world will end in 2012 can indeed happen, the world as we know until 20 century would start to be a new one.


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