When Andrea Rossi learned that Australian skeptic Ian Bryce made a negative statement on the validity of the Italian inventor’s e-cat motor, Rossi posted the following comments on his blog Journal of Nuclear Physics:
“HIS REMARKS ARE SIMPLY RIDICULOUS, JUST GO TO CHECK ALL THE REPORTS MADE ON OUR TESTS, JUST GO TO NYTEKNIK TO READ ALL OUR TESTS, IN PARTICULAR THE OCT 6TH TEST AND YOU WILL SEE THAT ALL THE WIRING HAS BEEN CHECKED. ALL THESE WANNABE VALIDATORS SIMPLY INSULT THE SCIENTISTS WHO MADE THE TESTS, LIKE THEY COULD BE SO NAIF NOT TO CHECK PROPERLY ALL THE WIRING CONNECTIONS. BY THE WAY: THE ENERGY CONSUMED HAS BEEN MEASURED NOT ONLY AT THE WIRES TO THE PLUG (ALL OF THEM, WIRE BY WIRE), BUT ALSO TO ALL THE CABLES CONNECTED INSIDE THE E-CAT!!!
ALSO THE PLUG (THE ONLY ONE USED) HAS BEEN DETECTED, TO CHECK THAT THERE WERE NOT ANOMALIES!!!
I REMEMBER THAT THE 6TH OCTOBER TEST HAS BEEN ATTENDED FROM SCIENTISTS FROM ALL THE WORLD, AND THAT THE 28TH OCTOBER TEST HAD BEEN MADE INDEPENDENTLY AND WITH INDEPENDENT INSTRUMENTATION BY A COLONEL ENGINEER OF AN ARMY AND THAT HE, USUALLY, WITH 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, TESTS THERMODYNAMIC PLANTS AND MISSILES HEADS OF NUCLEAR CARRIERS.”
There is no denying that the e-cat motor has passed every test that Rossi has conducted previously. And many reliable scientists around the world have witnessed the machine’s successful performance.
Bryce was the aerospace engineer who was tasked by Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith to investigate the validity of e-cat motor. Smith wanted to be certain if the device is a valid technology before he will donate $200,000 to Byron New Energy Charitable Trust. The charity supported Rossi’s technology in the hope to solve the world’s energy problems. Rossi denied the previous report that he would appear via Skype in the said community meeting.