The photo below has been published for the first time 6 days ago in my book “E-Cat – The new Fire“. It is part of a much larger and interesting picture that I will release in the near future.


See the hi-res original by clicking on the photo and then right clicking on the mouse to download.

The photo has been taken on September 26, 2013, at 10:20, with an iPhone 5. The laboratory showed was in Ferrara, Italy. Later, Rossi moved in an Industrial Heat‘s facility, in the USA.

It is the first image of a Rossi’s laboratory that has been published in the last year and a half. The last images were released on May, 2013. So, it can be rightly considered a Vessy’s scoop.

I asked for help from some experts to figure out what’s in the picture:

“First of all, you can notice an IR camera to monitor the temperature. You can also see a gray panel whose function could be that of emergency switch, and where you can read the currents involved or, more likely, the temperature on the external part of a Hot-Cat measured through a thermocouple.




The red box should be the power supply, with above its settings panel distinguished by the illuminated display. It seems to be just a “Compact Fusion” model (see photo on the right).

The yellow instrument visible at the end of the table is a three-phase power logger model Fluke 1735 (see photo on the left). It can record the parameters of power supply and all the associate parameters (electrical load, logging quality and so on) up to a maximum of 45 days.

Lastly, the Hot-Cat showed is a traditional model, not the ‘naked’ version used for the last test”.

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  1. Thank you very much, Bob. I will contact you privately in the next days.

  2. Thankyou for this. Any help in helping our not-for-profit community interest company to test the claims made of this technology would be greatly appreciated.

    Good luck with your book.


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