The latest development in Andrea Rossi’s e-cat motor puts so much emphasis on the Italian inventor’s controversial statements in his Journal of Nuclear Physics site when asked about the plan of putting a live streaming video of his cold fusion device. Here is the series of interaction posted online where Rossi answered every question straightforwardly:
Q: With all due Respect. You need to set up 1 unit and run it 24 hours a day on video live stream. (This is a simple thing and this is what the people want) All else is mental masturbation.
Rossi’s answer: Great idea, we will make it (not the mental bricolage)
Q: May I remember you this is not the first time you say “I’ll do a video live stream”?
A: You are right, but to do this we must wait to have the right Customer, who allows us to put his plant online. I will do it, as soon as I will have this chance.
Q: I think that it isn’t necessary putting the webcam on a sold plant, but only on one E-Cat module in your laboratory.
A: I cannot open a camera on our test room, because we make also confidential operations. Only a plant in regular operation in our Customers’ concerns is possible.
Rossi already said in the past reports that they have no more plans to do another test for his e-cat motor after the October 28 demonstration. Why is Rossi excited of putting up a live video of his invention? Is he really willing to have his device monitored 24/7 via a live webcam?
We also learned that this is not a new suggestion. Rossi admitted that it was considered before but was never implemented because the customer wanted to study and test the e-cat motor in private. We hope it is different this time around.