Tag: University of Bologna

Rossi’s E-Cat Victory on Cold Fusion’s Emergence Day — E-Day

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The date October 28, 2011 will be recorded in history as the day when Andrea Rossi's cold fusion E-Cat technology emerged victoriously into the commercial marketplace, after an important test by a yet-undisclosed customer. Test pa...

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Fox News E-Cat Article Needs Work

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The mainstream media organization "Fox News" has posted an article about the recent test and sale of Andrea Rossi's one megawatt cold fusion plant. It's great that they are covering the introduction of the E-Cat tech...

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1 MW E-Cat Cold Fusion Device Test Successful

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On October 28, 2011, Andrea Rossi demonstrated his 1 megawatt E-Cat system to his first customer, who had engineers/scientists on hand to test/validate its performance. Due to a glitch, it provided 479 kW of continuous power for 5.5 h...

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E-Cat Test Validates Cold Fusion Despite Challenges

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The test of the E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) that took place on October 6, 2011 in Italy has validated Andrea Rossi's claim that the device produces excess energy via a novel Cold Fusion nuclear reaction. Despite its success, the test...

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Rossi’s Home Sacrificed for Cold Fusion E-Cat Launch

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Only several days ago, Andrea Rossi stated on his blog that he had big financial problems. Now he has revealed that these problems are resolved. To acquire the funds to insure the demo of the one megawatt plant takes place as planned,...

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E-Cat Competitors Revealed During Viareggio Conference

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On July 23, 2011 a conference titled, "Has cold fusion became a reality?" was held in Viareggio, Italy. During the meeting, Andrea Rossi and others discussed their cold fusion technologies. It was also revealed a rival compa...

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Cold fusion economy supported by Greek government

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May 7, 2011 by rubycarat

Athens Mulls Plans for New Currency Greece Considers Exit from Euro Zone By Christian Reiermann Der Spiegel Online “…SPIEGEL ONLINE has obtained information from German governmen...

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Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic’s Society

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Yet another test of Andrea Rossi's Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat) has been performed on a 4.5 kW version near the University of Bologna. This time a new set of observers were present, one of which is the chairman of the Swedish Skeptics...

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Andrea Rossi’s Cold Fusion Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat): Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Energy Catalyzer?

It is a "Cold Fusion" device developed by Italian engineer and inventor Andrea Rossi. It produces heat by placing nickel powder of very small particle size (nano-meters to micro-meters) in ...

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Welcome Worry-Free Nuclear Power: Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer

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Traditional nuclear energy uses dangerous radioactive materials as fuel and produces hazardous waste. The solution is Cold Fusion. No Rads - No Waste - No Problems!

by Hank Mills Pure Energy Systems News

In r...

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Cold Fusion Steams Ahead at World’s Oldest University

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Progress accelerates as a year long study of Andrea Rossi's Nickel-Hydrogen Cold Fusion technology (energy catalyzer) at the University of Bologna is announced. The birthplace of higher education has become the developmental womb ...

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Rossi’s cold fusion reactor achieves 15 kW for 18 hours

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Recently a technical test of Andrea Rossi's Ni-H reactor (energy catalyzer) was conducted in which a minimum of 15 kW of heat was produced continuously for 18 hours, observed by Dr. Joseph Levi and others.  Coming soon: repor...

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Report of Nickel Hydrogen Cold Fusion Demonstration

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Automatic translation from Italian to English by Google. Read this report from the bottom up. Look at the time: It's in reverse order.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Bologna, 14/1/11 - record cold fusion test reactor Nickel-Hydr...

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