[ExI] Exponential trends

Mirco Romanato painlord2k at libero.it
Mon Oct 20 21:13:04 UTC 2014

Il 19/10/2014 10:29, Alfio Puglisi ha scritto:
> On Sat, Oct 18, 2014 at 10:04 PM, Mirco Romanato <painlord2k at libero.it
> <mailto:painlord2k at libero.it>> wrote:
>     Il 18/10/2014 17:06, Alfio Puglisi ha scritto:
>     > Because, in all these years of testing, they still haven't tried to
>     > connect a pot of water to their heater, and plonk a thermometer inside.
>     They did, with the 1 MW container.
>     Critics criticized it because this or/and that.
>     They said there no proof how much water was really there, etc.
> If you have a link to that kind of test, I would be interested in it.
> All I have seen is conversion of water to steam, and then endlessly
> arguing about the dry fraction, etc.

Google KNOW I searched for the data about the October, 6 of 2011 test of
the e-cat. So it submitted me with the suggestion to look at the video
of Matts Lewan posted in the Brian Josephson channel of YouTube.
Looking at it, it dawned to me that Rossi's e-cat at the time run just 4
hours (2011).
Then, in 2013 there was the test of the first hot-cat, where it went on
for 3 days (and at the first try the melted the reactor - just to talk
of self-sustaining, run-off, reaction)
Now, 2014, the reactor went on for 36 days.

It appear to me, there is a exponential trend in place, here:

1) The e-cat is becoming better and better at producing energy under in
a controlled way

2) Rossi is becoming exponentially better at fooling people, even
without being present.

In these days, I read the Next Big Future with the news about Dr
Woodward and Paul March research and projects.

The interview with Paul March dropped, casually, a few words about an
exponential trend (if there are no future show stoppers) in the
force/energy ratio and force/mass ratio delivered by the devices.


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