E-Cat Motor Technology Discussed at TEDx Bologna

Undoubtedly, Andrea Rossi is gaining advantage in his information campaign for his E-Cat Motor device. FoxNews, Forbes, Wired UK, Mail UK, MSNBC and CNN have reviewed and featured Rossi’s low energy nuclear reaction device. Now, another media outlet found it worthwhile to feature the E-Cat motor on TV. Last weekend, Bloomberg TV through its weekly 30-minutes program aired a clip from E-cat.com video footage about an E-Cat event on October 6. This TV program is called energyNow! focuses on informing the American viewers about current and important developments in the field of energy. This independent news organization is bent on maximizing television and other digital media platform to present energy issues in a way that its audience can relate to. This news organization is composed of experienced professional journalists. This is indeed a very good publicity for Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat motor.


Another important development in the mass communication and information campaign for the E-Cat motor technology was the lecture presented by Andrea Rossi’s collaborator, Sergio Focaldi, at a TEDx conference held last October 14, 2011 at the University of Bologna. Sergio Focaldi is a respected Physicist and Professor Emeritus of the University of Bologna. TEDx is an offshoot program of TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. TED is a non-profit organization dedicated to proliferation of ideas that are worth spreading. TEDx provides a venue to stimulate discussions on significant issues in a local level.
Professor Sergio Focaldi’s talk was entitled “L’E-cat e la fusion nucleare con il Nichel e l’Indrogeno” or “The E-Cat and Fusion with Nickel and Hydrogen.” The lecture was in Italian and it can be viewed via http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=eGmgTo2Kw1U. We hope that very soon they will come up with English subtitle for this clip very soon, for the benefit of the non-Italian speaking public.

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