Tuesday, May 26, 2015



Eventually the active reactor of Denis Vasilenko has burned out being sacrificed on the altar of Hot Cat Know How.
Forensic studies can show if it was killed by a LENR event or not
But we know, Denis will continue the tests


My favorite discussion partner , Abd ul-Rahman Lomax says I missed to inform you about this:
I do  it now again, I try to write about what happens when it happens, allowing a bit of time for getting informed.



Andrea Rossi
May 25th, 2015 at 6:59 PM

Kiefer Goodwin:
Yes. In this very moment ( 8 p.m. of Monday May 25th) I am working on the Hot Cat. we are succeeding to extend relevantly the ssm period. So far.
Warm Regards,

Andrea Rossi
May 26th, 2015 at 10:41 AM

To the curious Readers:
Between today and tomorow will be published a photo made yesterday in the 1 MW plant in operation.
The photo will be published on http://www.andrea-rossi.com
Hope will be interesting.
Warm Regards,

E-CATRICITY is back. And what?


  1. Peter what do Rossi's long periods of ssm mean to temperature controllers? Remember no effect? I process running away from replicators when the LENR New Fire shows up & is controller helping or hurting at that point. Think of process as steady state Temperature vs input power current; is that not a very high gain when LENR goes off? With isotopes decaying & providing LENR power in the seconds time frame, its like lighting a match & trying to keep fuel elements form burning out with a controller that acts in many minutes, No? Not sure how much power input has on LENR ingnition & operation?

    1. Daear Jim,

      all I know about Rossi's control system is speculation, but it seems, as i have learned it from Defkalion, this is the weak point (or only was?) of his system.
      s you could see from the Lugano experiment, for Hot Cats the controll probllem can be solved too. But if the systems for Warm Cats and Hot Cats are similar... this is an open question.


  2. https://www.facebook.com/MartinFleischmannMemorialProject

    There might be something to this. Rossi placed ridges on the surface of the Hot cat. This might have been an attempt to keep the Hot cat from overheating through increased convective cooling. Rossi replication attemps do not do this. Rossi would not have put these ridges on the surface of his reactor for no good reason, The same increased cooling effect might be had by cooling the reactor with a stream of air...fan cooling???

    Using a variable speed fan could allow the experimenter to adjust the degree of reactor cooling at will.

    If this concept is valid, start a Hot cat test with a large amount of fan cooling. Then the reaction might not start at 1200C. reduce the cooling in stages until the reaction starts or the reactor melts down.

    There is a great deal of consideration directed toward the ridges in the Lagano report. From the Lagano test report...

    "The reactor investigated on this occasion is outwardly quite different from the ones used in the tests held in
    the past years. Its external appearance is that of an alumina cylinder, 2 cm in diameter and 20 cm in length,
    ending on both sides with two cylindrical alumina blocks (4 cm in diameter, 4 cm in length), non-detachable
    from the body of the reactor, which henceforth will be referred to as “caps”. An image of the reactor is given
    in Figure1. Whereas the surface of the caps is smooth, the outer surface of the body of the E-Cat is molded in
    triangular ridges, 2.3 mm high and 3.2 mm wide at the base, covering the entire surface and designed to
    improve convective thermal exchange (cylinder diameter is calculated from the bases of the ridges). In this
    way, the current model of E-Cat is capable of attaining higher temperatures than the earlier models, avoiding
    internal melting, a previously fairly frequent occurrence [1]."