So, this probably isn’t great news for Focus Fusion if it’s true, and it’s definitely bad news if false, but Purportedly, the cold fusion reactor known as E-CAT has been verified by independent observers.
Verified might be a bit of an extreme word, though. They keep the underlying technology secret, and only provide the high level description to the scientists, who could only observe energy in, energy out, and a brief physical examination of the dissected device. The results are impressive: the energy out exceeds the energy in by a margin that seems to show nuclear levels out output.
However, without the underlying theory, it’s going to be very hard to say that this isn’t some sort of deception. Any thoughts?
An older technical report of Rossi’s had an analysis of anode material before and after use in e-cat.
the claim was that from a nickel anode, some non radioactive copper was found after use.
but i also noticed some anomalous other materials had a spike on the mass spec; particularly, if i recall correctly, aluminum, and small amount of zinc were found.
the trouble here is that the copper was non radioactive. that’s very suspicious.
then if you know a thing or two about the finishing industry, it becomes clear: when you plate a piece of aluminum with nickel, it is conventional (because nickel will not plate aluminum directly), to apply zinc first, which will plate the aluminum, then copper, which will plate the zinc, and finally nickel, which will plate the copper.
and this begs the question: if no one else was given the anodes to examine, what evidence for any nuclear process exists?