E-Cat Inventor Says Resonance Guides Self-Sustained Power Generation

Rossi's E-Cat

Rossi’s E-Cat

In a recent response to questions about how the E-Cat “Energy Catalyzer” Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) works when several are hooked together, inventor Andreas Rossi says: “The concert model is proper: wherein many instruments can make a harmony that is not just the sum of single sounds: resonances can generate virtual entities whose energy is higher than the sum of the energy of the singles.” Read his whole response here.

The E-Cat, which is owned by Industrial Heat LLC, is a highly controversial relative of Cold Fusion but it’s solid state device consisting of “tubercularized” nickel powder suspended in a hydrogen matrix. Some recent experiments to duplicate it in an open source environment have been successful leading some to speculate that it could soon be viable, non-polluting, low-cost source of heat and even electricity.

How Resonance Gets Amplified from Nano to Macro-scale

Vortex created by aircraft wing (public domain image.)

Vortex created by aircraft wing (public domain image.)

Here’s a great explanation from the folks at E-Catworld, about plasmonic “Optical Tornadoes” created by a process called Vortex Nanogear Transmission, that not only goes a very long way to help us understand the seemingly mysterious process underlying Cold Fusion and Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) but also, in my mind, many other related resonant-type phenomena like the strange effects of crop circles on cameras and batteries.




New research shows Cold Fusion energy depends on resonance

Neutron particles in Cold Fusion reaction

Neutron particles in Cold Fusion reaction

New research shows that Cold Fusion energy is a real phenomenon and depends on the resonance and morphology of the materials used for the reaction to be sustained. Click here for my report from the Society for Scientific Exploration meeting, June, 2014. Cold Fusion is a relative of LENR — Low Energy Nuclear Reaction — the process thought to be responsible for the energy produced by the Rossi E-Cat.