After the text of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat Motor last October 28 at the University of Bologna, I have been trying to figure out why such as breakthrough invention did not make the headlines of renowned mainstream media outlets. It is surprising that they will abstain from covering this news story out of sheer doubt on the validity of Rossi’s E-Cat Motor because the press has never been 100% correct in all their reports. I am curious to know the reason behind the mass media blackout for Andrea Rossi’s device.
Let us look at another company which is currently attempting to come up with alternative source of clean and green energy, General Fusion. It was reported that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, as one of the private investors of General Fusion. Physicist Erich Voght, professor and founder of the University of British Columbia’s Triumf Nuclear Research Lab, said that fusion is a non-polluting energy-producing technology; but it involves a great amount of risk. General Fusion CEO Doug Richardson was honest enough to admit that they have only less than 50% chance of success. Despite the odd, they are hoping to achieve controlled reaction in about three years. In contrast to Andrea Rossi’s cold fusion devices, General Fusion is focused on hot fusion technology.
Private companies – such as Autotrader, Elance, Groupon, Klout, Segway, Twitter, Zynga – and Public companies – such as Google, VeriSign, Travelocity, Amazon, Netscape, Intel, AOL, EA (games), Symantec, Sun Microsystems – all of these companies have something in common: they are all funded by KPCB.
KPCB stands for Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, a world leader in venture capital industry. KPCB is known to be very supportive to start-up companies which are into innovation and technology. So if Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat Motor is truly a functioning invention, why are the companies such as Greentech did not show any interest on this energy catalyzer device?