Skip to comments.Rossi Says E-Cat is Absolutely Safe — “There Will Never Be” Gamma Rays Emitted
Posted on 02/09/2012 2:55:18 PM PST by count-your-change
"1- The E-Cat is absolutely safe, does not emit absolutely any kind of radiation in the room: we made thousands of hours of tests. You can install with absolute safety an E-Cat inside your room. 2- There will never be any kind of gamma emission, but our control panel will detect any kind of radiation anyway, and in case of detection of any kind of radiation above the background will stop the E-Cat. But, again we never detected radiations above the background outside the E-Cat ( Background radiation is the radiation you have in your room right noew, coming from the Universe)."
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Show us a working model, hook up, just one of the millions to be constructed in the robotic factories this year.
I just need one machine that some customer bought and is willing to show publicly.
Those gasoline powered gensets out back emit no gamma rays!
Most things that do not produce energy are much safer than those things that do!
Your link is not good.
Just pop e-cat into google and it will turn up. I may have misspelled sumpin.
Millions of them are on their way to us....someday...from somewhere....some how. But they’re safe!
That’s because the black electricity doesn’t mix with the red electricity or the white until the end of the wires.
It takes more than the color to be the big green feller.
This is true. That’s why my car is on cinder blocks in the front yard.
Correct link to the article.
I think this company sells mostly hot air for balloons.
We're still waiting.
Haha! Of course they only detect background radiation; there’s no nuclear reaction, so no emissions to worry about. Rossi can 100% guarantee that at least.
I’d really like to see an actual device built because it would be extremely interesting to see what powers the thing. But alas...not yet. Maybe not ever.
Fortunately I have a water heater that gives off no gamma rays already and demonstrations are easy to perform.
Recently in a video interview when asked about whether the E-Cat was a cold fusion technology he said, we have found traces of fusion because we have found 511 kev gamma rays at the output, which is the emission of a positron and an electron, and a positron is the product of a proton turning into a neutron, so we have some kind of fusion inside, but I do not think this is the main energy source. Exactly how these gamma rays are shielded is not clear, but Rossi has mentioned in the past that lead is used.
Without running through the calculations, I'm pretty sure that nothing I've seen indicates that Rossi had any more than a thin sheet of lead on his device, which would be completely inadequate for shielding the amount of gamma energy Rossi claims.
On the bright side, it looks like Rossi might have actually looked in a physics textbook and memorized some very basic facts about radioactive decay. Now, whether he understands them is a different matter...
What to do? Claim some exotic events may, may be taking place and republish some papers that have noting to do with his device to give it a gloss of reality.
Not one, not one practical, useful water heater has been demonstrated nor has Rossi demonstrated any understanding of how one would actually function.
But, says he, the robotic factories are going to produce hundreds of thousands of them......soon.....soon.
While I was an early fan, this lack of independent confirmation is annoying me. Rossi supposedly had a customer buy one of his 1MW rigs in October. Since then, nothing. No statement by customer, no statement about who the customer is, no statement about any new openly-identified customers accepting delivery.