Cold fusion has reached a final stage before being finally approved and acknowledged fully. Andrea Rossi, the inventor of Energy Catalyzer, has made for cold fusion what overcomes even the fathers of cold fusion, Fleischmann and Pons, who had been noted in the history of Physics with the first cold fusion reaction back in 1989.
This invention of Rossi, according to him and many other sources and many more followers, is capable of producing fusor energy at room temperatures, with no gamma radiation and vert little costs. The low energy nuclear reactions taking place within the E-Cat motor are based on Nickel and pressurized Hydrogen, aided by a catalyst, that has been kept secret by Dr. Rossi.
Ever since e-cat motor’s inception, skeptics have been, however, ready to counter strike. Over the course of this year, since January when the first test was conducted, they have made several arguments, but none has been able to disprove the invention and discredit the inventor.
The latest in the theories of skepticism is thermal inertia. It refers to the most recent test, where the test was ended after 35 minutes of the system showing self-sustenance. They say that if the test was allowed to go longer, the system would cool off, because there was no reaction and the water inside the boiler was boiling simply because of the heat retained by the metal body of the E-Cat reactor.
This idea may sound believable to some, but no serious student of physics would buy into it, simply because no 80 pound reactor can heat up the water for 35 subsequent minutes. After the power input is shut down, boiling is ceased and the temperature goes down. Interestingly, however, quite the opposite seems to be true about Energy Catalyzer – reverse thermal inertia. Once this idea is proved, it ultimately proves the fusor energy production by the e-cat motor of Andrea Rossi.