A quiet enlightening article was published the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal. Written by Doctor in Physics Stoyan Sarg who has worked at NASA for several decades wrote about the corrupt state of scientific research and development. He argues that there have been no significant new developments in the area of physics in the past two decades and blames this on twisted bureaucratic pathways. The holdup occurs, Sarg explains, when researches do not publish papers in peer reviewed scientific journals have no chance to avail of grants to allow them to work and develop their ideas.
Decisions on who does, and does not get published, apparently do not rely on the measure on the merit of the content of the paper but rather the convenience of the topic. Editors and fellow scientists are often feed false information that negatively influences their choices. This is what Sarg argues happened to physics and inventions like the e-cat motor invented by Italian engineer Andrea Rossi but is certainly did not begin there. Around twenty years ago a paper by Pons and Fleischmann was banned into obscurity stripping it from any credibility.
This did not stop Rossi to pursue the field with his E-Cat motor invention since he, like few others did recognize its probability and value. Rossi swam against the stream and was forced like so many others to look into the private sector to find resources that would allow him to finish his E-Cat motor. Currently more and more private companies are realizing the truth and have joined Rossi’s company Leonardo Corporation to build towards establishing and bettering of the E-Cat motor in order to solve very emergent energy and environmental problems. Maybe if other who weild the power had not marginalized E-Cat motor, giving it a chance to grow, government funds would have been spent on research projects of higher importance allowing to find solutions for the energy crisis much sooner.