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Rossi Working Behind the Scenes at US Patent Office

Andrea Rossi has been working quietly behind the scenes at the US Patent & Trademark Office in an attempt to get his e-cat low energy nuclear reaction technology (LENR) patented. An amendment Rossi has filed to his patent application on Sept. 16, 2014, indicates that Rossi may have changed his process somewhat.

Some of the new details about e-cat revealed in the application include:

Upcoming Fleischmann Project LENR Test could be as Big as Rossi’s

The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project is planning a test of its low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology that could be as big as Andrea Rossi’s recent report about his ecat cold fusion device.

Rossi made some waves and even won over a few skeptics by publishing a report that included an analysis of some of the powder used in the Ecat. That analysis indicated that a nuclear reaction had taken place and released large amounts of energy.

Rossi has Radically Redesigned Ecat, more Test Data Leaked

Photographs and test data leaked from a recent third party test of Andrea Rossi’s ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device indicate that the inventor has radically redesigned the technology. The same pictures and data could also make it easier for others to replicate Rossi’s results.

Pictures released with the first paper show a much smaller ecat assembly it appears to be about the width of a broom handle. It also only appears to be less than a foot long. The smaller size could indicate greater energy density, it could also be easier to replicate and utilize in commercial devices.

Energy News that LENR Fans should be Aware of

There are a number of energy news stories out there that might have a direct or in-direct bearing on low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) and its developments. Unfortunately a lot of these like LENR get ignored by the main stream media for a wide variety of reasons.

Some of the stories that LENR boosters should be taking a look at include:

Demonstrating the work of the spent fuel storage of the Mining and Chemical Plant. Alexandr Kryazhev/RIA Novosti

Ecat can only operate on AC Current

Andrea Rossi has admitted that his ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology only works with AC or alternating current. In a recent post on his blog Rossi also admitted that the gas operated ecats are still in the developmental stage.

Rossi did not say why the e-cat would not work with direct current. Alternating current is the stand electric current delivered by the electric power grids in the United States and Europe. That means an ecat would run off of the electricity that comes into your home or business.

 

LENR + Desalination Possible Solution to California Mega Drought

California and the western US are in the grip of what some observers are calling a “mega drought.” Rainfall in the golden state is now at its lowest level in 100 years and things are getting worse. The people of at least small Central California community called East Porterville are now relying on bottled water distributed by authorities because their wells are running dry.

Many California Reservoirs are running dry

The situation could soon get much worse because most Californians rely upon water piped in from other parts of the state or the Colorado River in Arizona. Those sources might run dry as well. The situation could soon get worse because of climate change.

Rossi Changes Story on Third Party Report, Interest in Alternative Energy Grows

Andrea Rossi has changed his story about the third party report on his e-cat Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) technology yet again. Now he’s saying that no data will be revealed until the ecat starts producing electricity.

 

The Cube a Natural Gas Burning Fuel Cell System from Reddox Power Systems

On his blog Rossi gave this explanation to a correspondent called BroKeeper:

“We will be able to give these data when we will produce electric energy.”

Electricity Shortages and Fuel Cells Bode Well for LENR

Two recent and largely ignored news stores bode well for potentially game-changing energy technologies such as Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) or cold fusion. One of these stories shows us could happen if we don’t deal if with our looming energy crisis, the other the potential and hope from next generation energy technologies.

Energy poverty has come to America, The Washington Post just ran an interesting feature about Sharon Garcia and her children who live in the old steel town of Pueblo, Colorado, about 100 miles south of Denver. Garcia has to keep most of her lights off most of the time and no longer uses her dishwasher in an attempt to keep her electric bill from eating up a large percentage of her income.

Rossi: 1 Megawatt eCat Plant in North Carolina

An e-cat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) unit capable producing one megawatt of heat is being tested near Raleigh, North Carolina. That’s the claim from Rossi at his Journal of Nuclear Physics blog.

In a response to a question Rossi revealed that a one megawatt ecat unit has been shipped to a factory owned by Industrial Heat LLC. The factory is apparently located somewhere in the eight county Research Triangle region that includes the cities of Raleigh and Durham. Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are also located in the area.

Energy Shortage and Open Sourced Patents Opportunities for LENR

There are two really interesting stories from a Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) or energy buff’s standpoint. The first is the new Iraq War, experts think the latest offensive by the terrorist group ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) could cause gasoline prices across the USA to rise by 14¢ a gallon, prices in Canada cloud rise to $1.50 per liter according to the CBC.

Airfares could also increase because jet fuel prices will also increase, analyst Dan McTeague told the CBC. The CBC also reported that oil prices could rise by $40 or $50 a barrel if fighting spreads to southern Iraq where the main oilfields are. Iraq is the world’s seventh largest producer putting out 3.3 million barrels a day.