NASA is working on reverse-engineering Rossi’s cold fusion technology

Tests conducted at NASA Glenn Research Center in 1989 and elsewhere consistently show evidence of anomalous heat during gaseous loading and unloading of deuterium into and out of bulk palladium. At one time called “cold fusion,” now called “low-energy nuclear reactions” (LENR), such effects are now published in peer-reviewed journals and are gaining attention and mainstream respectability. The instrumentation expertise of NASA GRC [Glenn Research Center] is applied to improve the diagnostics for investigating the anomalous heat in LENR.

http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/sensors/PhySen/research.htm

Video: http://technologygateway.nasa.gov/media/CC/lenr/lenr.html
“It [LENR] has demonstrated ability to produce excess amount of energy, cleanly, without hazardous ionizing radiation, without producing nasty waste.” Joseph Zawodny


Photo+Presentation: http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/sensors/PhySen/docs/LENR_at_GRC_2011.pdf

Rossi:

The fact that NASA is trying to copy my work honours me. But their theory is wrong. We will beat them, as well as all the other Competitors with our E-Cats: the E-Cats will have a too low price to allow NASA or anybody else to compete with us. They are Goliath, very big and strong, we are David.

http://www.e-catworld.com/2012/01/rossi-admits-nasa-is-a-competitor-intends-to-beat-them/

The big science, after trying to ridiculize us, now has understood that the E-Cat works, so now they are trying to copy and make patents to overcome us, discourage us and trying with this sophysticated way to stop us under a disguise of an indirect vindication. Is a smart move, but they are underevaluating us. I will never stop, within one year we will start the delivery of million pieces at 50 $/kW, with a totally new concept, at that point the game will be over. This technology must be popular, must cost a very low price, must be a real revoluton, not a bunch of theoretical (wrong) chatters.

http://www.e-catworld.com/2012/01/rossi-first-e-cats-will-now-cost-50-per-kw/

Comment:

At $50 per kW, a 10 kW E-Cat would now cost $500 USD — which puts the E-Cat in the same price range as a domestic appliance like a refrigerator, washing machine or even a television or computer. In other words, almost anyone will be able to afford one, and this is Rossi’s stated intention.

http://www.e-catworld.com/2012/01/rossi-first-e-cats-will-now-cost-50-per-kw/

Cf. http://amexrap.org/fal/hidegfuzio-mintha-valami-alakulna
http://hardware.slashdot.org/story/12/01/15/0226219/can-nasa-warm-cold-fusion