When Andrea Rossi said that there will be a demonstration of his e-cat motor on October 28 at the University in Bologna, many people expressed their excitement and hoped for its positive response. A few days after, we learned from the Italian inventor that it will be a private test set by his secret customer. Invitations were limited only to scientific scientists and reliable journalists. Many people were disappointed and the technology continued to receive a great deal of skepticism as a result of its mysterious work. Speculations regarding the identity of the discreet customer surfaced. NASA was among the suspected first customers of Rossi’s e-cat technology. NASA did not give an official statement despite the mounting rumors. So, it is quite surprising that recent reports given by NASA scientists have been released.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, three pdf’s were released to Steven Krivit of New Energy. The documents did not contain any confidential information but obviously it reinforced the rumor that NASA spearheaded the LENR study and research. The presentations of influential NASA scientists Michael Nelson and Denis Bushnell proved to be very significant because their studies showed so much confidence towards LENR. Does this mean that they are also agreeable to Rossi’s claims when it comes to his e-cat motor? We cannot be certain. It is clear, however, that Nelson cannot give specific details when it comes to Rossi and his technology. He was hopeful but cautious at the same time when he started to talk about Rossi’s cold fusion device.
In his presentations, Nelson pointed out what the scientific world knows about the e-cat motor on gamma radiation. He also wanted to explore further how and why the device managed to run in self-sustained mode. And lastly, Nelson cannot figured out what’s happening inside the reactor.