Dr. Andrea Rossi often talks about the first 1 MW plant, which is going to be launched in October. He has shown an unprecedented involvement with his followers on the web – writing, commenting, emailing, and blogging on a daily basis. Not many scientists today are so frank and open to the public so early in the development of their devices, don’t you think? They usually leave the void unfilled, but not Mr. Rossi.
He knows his invention is too important not to be talked about. He considers his e-at motor invention to be too perennial and people to be too significant to not connect the two. The former demands to be known (as much of its developments as possible); and the latter needs to be in the know regarding these latest developments. This attitude of humility on behalf of a scientist of this caliber allows the bridging of the gap between the scientific world and the world of common people. And since he made that possible, more and more inquiries are made into the only remaining mystery of the e-cat motor technology as to what’s inside the reactor.
One of the questions he was recently inquired about had to do with the Widom-Larsen theories, which Andrea Rossi and his team does not subscribe under. Some of their theories they made embrace, but not all of them. Specifically, Dr. Rossi was very clear that the boron shield was proposed by W-L and used by Rossi in his e-cat was at the advice of professor Sergio Focardi and it’s an extra safety net they wanted to issue to the device.
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