E-cat Motor seems to have finally been validated even if there are still cold fusion skeptics making some noise in the internet. One of the strongest evidence that came out to affirm the validity of the energy catalyzer device is the fact that the prestigious engineering company, National Instruments has announced their active contribution in the development of the Low Energy Nuclear Reactor, which is also called the E-Cat.
It is now confirmed that the future energy catalyzer device units will be operating by using control mechanisms especially created by the world renowned organization National Instrument. A press release from Stefano Concezzi, Director of NI’s Science and Big Physics Segment was posted by Sterling Allan in PESN. The NI director reiterated that the collaboration between NI and Italian inventor Andrea is real. Excerpt of the press statement is as follows:
“I would love for him to be right. We support every kind of research for the betterment of human kind. Whoever is interested in doing that, we would be happy to support.”
NI is known worldwide as a contributor to product solutions to numerous advanced engineering projects like the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and tokamak fusion device control systems. And recently, it has been reaffirmed that the Rossi owned Leonardo Corporation has all the intentions of incorporating the NI tools in its control system. As a leading creator of hardware and software products in various kinds of engineering projects, NI has a solid reputation. And the announced collaboration with Leonardo Corporation in the development and manufacture of the E-cat Motor is a strong indication that the energy catalyzer device is a valid technology that can help us solve our growing energy crisis concerns. This development should silence those E-cat Motor skeptics who refuse to see the inevitability of the E-Cat as an energy source.