Prof. Sergio Focardi (INFN University of Bologna Italy) Prof. Giuseppe Levi (INFN University of Bologna Italy) Prof. Stremmenos Christos (Athen University Greece) Richard P. Noceti, Ph. D. , richard.noc...@lt.netl.doe.gov Prof. Alberto Carnera (INFM University of Padova Italy) Prof. Pierluca Rossi (University of Bologna Italy) Prof. Luciana Malferrari (University of Bologna Italy) Prof. George Kelly (University of New Hampshire USA) Sterling D. Allan, Advisor, webmaster Hank Mills, Web contentKevmo has cited some of these people as scientifically validating the ecat. We now know they have a financial interest.
The entire website and all this PR has been orchestrated to hype it up.
Mega-fraud, looks like by the legal statements on the site, they are going to claim it just didn’t pan out and no fraud took place.
Interestingly, only Rossi, Focardi, Allan and Mills’ names are hyperlinked at that site.
I also find the “customer criteria” link to be quite interesting. Customers should be “Not effected or concerned about derogatory comments made during early stages.” Is that another way to say customers should be gullible?
Another interesting fact is that when I first became aware of the eCat, Rossi was hyping it as the next great energy revolution. It was going to make all other energy generation technology obsolete—in fact, Rossi was all but urging the immediate dismantling of all power plants. Now, according to the Leonardo website, it’s only being sold as a heater. I sense that Rossi is very sensitive to the criticisms, and tries to change his story accordingly.