Monday, August 17, 2015



Andrea Rossi says that in his latest type of E-Cat the reaction continues above the melting point of nickel. Is this equivalent to the reaction continues with (in/on) molten nickel as Alexander Parkhomov has said?


1) Andrea Rossi about the Hottest E-Cat
August 16th, 2015 at 5:01 PM

We are working on that direction and the E-Cat X is very promising. Yes, the E-Cat can also work above the melting point of Ni.
Warm Regards,

and later:

Andrea Rossi
August 17th, 2015 at 7:05 AM

Steven N. Karels:
The E-Cat is still intrinsecally safe due to the melting point of the charge, even if it is higher than the melting point of nickel.
Warm Regards,

Than Frank Acland asks:
Frank Acland
Dear Andrea,
Interesting about the intrinsic safety of the e-cat.
1. Are you saying that it is not possible for your reactors to operate after the melting point of the charge is reached?
2. Has the charge changed due to your R&D process?
Many thanks,

and Rossi answers:
Andrea Rossi
August 17th, 2015 at 8:23 AM

Frank Acland:
1- yes
2- confidential
Warm Regards,

2) Energy Catalyzer Ecat And Lenr Low Energy Nuclear

3) Lenr And Cold Fusion Excess Heat Infinite Energy

4) This is part of a series about hydrogen degassing of our Planet
S,V. Belov, V.N. Lapin: "Assessment of the perspective of creating industrial units based on endogeneous hydrogen from the lithosphere"
С.В. Белов, В.Н. Ларин и др. «Оценка перспектив выявления промышленных скоплений эндогенного водорода в литосфере»                                                

5) This is a book about Life management
V.Rofman:"Management of life" Chapter 15: "Management of the processes of cnuclera fusion"
В.Рофман. "Управление жизнью"; раздел 15: "Управление процессами ядерного синтеза".

6) LENR and recycling by Omega Z

7) Alain Coetmeur has discovered this:
Denmark, Amino Capital, announce : Investor sought for research and product development for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
There's some pretty big stuff out there in the Universe, but how big is the biggest? According to a team of Hungarian-US scientists led by Prof Lajos Balazs, the largest regular formation in the Universe is a ring of nine galaxies 7 billion light years away and 5 billion light years wide. Though not visible from Earth, the newly discovered feature covers a third of our sky.

Great but how smart? On how many planets from this Structure was LENR already discovered and on how many it was made commercial?

I am not impressed- dimensions only SEEM huge because this is a lazy Universe with anomalously  small speed of light!


  1. Still trying to make sense out of Rossi? What a joke. Rossi is laughing at you all the way to his condos and his bank!

  2. about E-cat and Nickel meting temperature,
    from past experiments it seems hard to swallow that LENr happen in liquid.

    I suspect that alloys, ceramics, pressure have a role in keeping the fuel nearly solid.

    as you are more competent than me in chemistry, do you think it is credible.

    I think of Iron ally, and why not some "super alloy"

    1. "The E-Cat is still intrinsecally safe due to the melting point of the charge, even if it is higher than the melting point of nickel." - Rossi

      he seems to confirm, as far as I understand.

  3. In May 2008 Japanese researcher Yoshiaki Arata (Osaka University) demonstrated an experiment that produced heat when deuterium gas was introduced into a cell containing a mixture of palladium and zirconium oxide. In an August 2009 peer reviewed paper Akira Kitamura (Kobe University) et al. reported about replication of this experiment. Replication of earlier work by Arata had been claimed by McKubre at SRI.

    Miley’s device, does not require an external heat source, relying on the chemical reactions within it to produce the heat energy needed to run the unit. The fuel is ZrO2 (zirconium dioxide) and deuterium pressurized to 413 kilo pascals (60 psi).

    Why do these compounds work as a LENR catalysts?

    Superatoms are clusters of atoms that mimic elements through isoelectric configurations of their valence electrons.

    Element replacements

    titanium monoxide (TiO) => nickel
    Zirconium oxide => palladium
    tungsten carbide => Platinum