A project of this magnitude – that of launching the promised e-cat motor plant in October – can experience any setbacks and errors at any time from the preparation stage, and all the way to the execution stage. Something may happen during the transportation of needed parts from one location to another, in the US; in site of all the calculations done and redone over and over again, the output may not be exactly what the e-cat motor founder hopes for; and the like.
With all the preparations taking place and every detail taken care of, odd things can still happen. Even an experienced person such as Andrea Rossi, who has done what he is good at, time and again, is not immune to everything, but he can try to make sure that every little thing in his control works smoothly towards a perfect launch.
Dr. Andrea Rossi, the man responsible for the e-cat plant launch in October, has designed, built, set up and dreamed about hundreds of all kinds of plants in the field of thermotechnic energy production from all sorts of materials used (anything that can provide energy). And he admits that the human factor has the power to make anything and everything happen, ascribing it the Act of God, when everything goes well from start to finish. It does not happen all that often in the world of humans that are so prone to make mistakes. His assuredness is something to be admired, as he’s put everything at stake for this e-cat motor.