[ExI] Lockheed skunkworks announcement about fusion
painlord2k at libero.it
Sat Oct 18 23:58:30 UTC 2014
Il 18/10/2014 19:14, Anders Sandberg ha scritto:
> Mirco Romanato<painlord2k at libero.it> , 18/10/2014 2:28 PM:
> Elforsk is an OK industry think tank, but this is paid consultancy work.
> The problem is that they are just doing what Rossi et al. ask them to
> do, not a free investigation.
A free investigation is what you do without the need to ask permission
> If I was proposing the E-cat for real, I would have them sign a NDA and
> let them investigate it to their hearts content in order to show that
> there was nothing to hide. I would have given them the blueprint and
> aksed them to put together a copy and test it. I would have hired a
> (prepaid) stage magician or expert on past perpetual motion frauds to
> investigate - and carefully have kept away from the investigation.
Apparently Rossi is not proposing the e-cat.
He sold to Industrial Heat Inc. (part of the Cherokee group) and, as
Levi wrote in the paper, the e-cat they used was build by Industrial
Heat, not Rossi.
I can understand you don't trust Rossi, but in this you are not trusting
Industrial Heat. This is because I think skepticism is becoming
Now, Industrial Heat bought Rossi know-how and HW just an year ago.
They are not complaining and apparently continue to keep him as head of
> At least people who think (like Pons and Fleischman) they have a working
> device will be eager to let others tinker with it, in the hope of
> reputable and verifiable experimental replication. People who try to
> prevent independent replication, even with reasonable sounding excuses,
> are very suspect.
People is free to try independent replication, just don't ask Rossi or
Industrial Heat Inc. how they did before they have some solid patents on
it. Then you can replicate the patent.
This is because I support prizes (even very large prizes). You pay them
for indisputable results only if they deliver them on your pre
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