wintler2 wrote:slimmouse wrote:Nice thread here on the successful testing of the Rossi E-Cat, which of course illustrates one of the many areas where our collective minds should perhaps be focusing, instead of the usual out of context bickering we all too often indulge in (even here) ;
http://www.overunity.com/11404/first-fr ... -here/165/Mystery blue box sank 'cold fusion' for Dick Smith
THE engineer charged by entrepreneur Dick Smith with examining the plausibility of "cold fusion" technology being spruiked by a NSW retiree has detailed a string of reasons why he believes the mooted invention is flawed.
Aerospace engineer Ian Bryce said sloppy procedures, shoddy set up and a mysterious power supply to the contraption developed by an Italian inventor all pointed towards it almost certainly not working as hyped.
Italian scientist Andrea Rossi claims to have invented "cold fusion" technology, which could solve the world's energy problems by producing almost limitless power.
The claims and the contraptions -- of which Mr Rossi claims to have sold several for about $2 million each -- have been met with deep cynicism from the scientific community.
Mr Smith, a self-described long-time sceptic of outlandish technological claims, has offered $200,000 to NSW north coast man Sol Millin -- who is spruiking the technology locally -- if he can prove it actually works.
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/he ... 6248815868
Noone has managed to collect the 200k just by proving it works. But you can buy one for 2mil. Get in early, 10% off!
Perhaps you should read the thread properly and work things out for yourself
Who is the customer who paid 2 mill for 12 such things ?
You really need to stop indulging people in this waste of bandwidth argument about energy consumption and global warming and get with the programme. This is very real, and its coming your way sopn, whether your ego can deal with it or not.
We have a long history here dont we ? I always suspected you were full of it, and soon enough its gonna be proven.