AfFullSizeRender2bridter about 3 years since the first request of explanation presented in the “Question time” to the Italian Chamber of Deputies by the member of the Italian Parliament Domenico Scilipoti (see here), the “E-Cat affair” gains ground, and become protagonist in a workshop on “Frontier Researches”, held in Rome on November 24, 2015, organized by Scilipoti himself.

I was really pleased to participate as a speaker in this conference, where I could intervene with a presentation titled  LENR and the E-Cat: Energy oIMG_0159b2f the future?.

My intent was to illustrate the huge potential of this invention and describe the most interesting facts related to its development in their real succession.

For the occasion, Andrea Rossi kindly granted a new brief interview that I projected at the end of my talk. I decided to share its content with all the people who follow my blog.

A new short interview with Andrea Rossi about the current status of the E-Cat.

Finally, I would take tasr3his opportunity to thank Senator Scilipoti (next to me in the photo shown here) for the invitation and Mr. Rossi for his willingness.

I wish you a good vision!

Vessela

P.S. The interview has been translated and subtitled in English by a professional service.

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11 comments

  1. Vessela, thanks for this interview and your efforts with the Italian congress.

    If Andrea is willing to record inside the shipping containers — next interview have him do a quick walkthrough of the equipment(!) 🙂

    Regards,

  2. I wonder if you might have a count of the number of women in this field of cold fusion/lenr. It seems that I can count the number on one hand. This is a core problem in science, where the diversity and incite of women is lacking science typically falters.

    • Hi Russ, as you know you can count on two hands also the number of women who have won the Nobel Prize in scientific disciplines, to be compared with the hundreds won by men. In some areas, science included, women have disadvantages in terms of career. LENR have always been a career-killer by themselves. Perhaps women would be useful for the public outreach and communication of LENR (the press offices of most companies and institutions are mainly composed of women) but there is still little organization and long-term strategy among the actors involved.

    • If women want to get involved in science, then they need to take some personal responsibility and get themselves involved, rather than complaining that our society is not doing enough to get them interested in science.

      Also, if, right now, most of the best people for these jobs really are men, then that’s not a problem. The job should go to whoever is the best. If women want to get into these positions, then they need to make themselves the best candidates for these jobs.

    • Sam

    • December 3, 2015

    • 5:14 PM

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    Good Q&A
    Thanks Vessela

    • Gordon Docherty

    • December 3, 2015

    • 4:34 PM

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    A very clear summary of the progress being made by Andrea Rossi for those, including Senator Scilipoti, at the “Frontier Researches” workshop, and of his concern to progress and develop on the basis of reflection on events and evidence: a most interesting update.

    • It was exactly the aim of the interview 🙂

  3. Good Interview Vassela, keep up the good work.

    • Thank you Bob, I hope too 🙂

    • Alberto Venturi

    • December 3, 2015

    • 1:36 AM

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    Dear Vessela:
    Very good interview.
    When will be published the new edition of your book “The New Fire” in cartaceous edition?
    Ciao,
    Alberto

    • Dear Alberto,
      the book will be published during the next year.

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