Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Swedish Physicists Hanno Essén and Sven Kullander Test Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer, Believe it Produces a Nuclear Reaction.

The swedish web site NyTeknik has a report from Swedish physicists Hanno Essén and Sven Kullander who have a conducted a new test of Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer and in their opinion some kind of nuclear reaction must be taking place to produce the amount of energy they measured.
In a detailed report they stated “Any chemical process should be ruled out for producing 25 kWh from whatever is in a 50 cubic centimeter container. The only alternative explanation is that there is some kind of a nuclear process that gives rise to the measured energy production.”
The two researchers tested a smaller version of the E-cat than had been used by different testers earlier this year. This one achieved a power output of  4.4 kW.
Kullander said “My belief that there is an energy development far beyond what one would expect has been strengthened significantly as I have had the opportunity to see the process for myself and perform measurements.”
Essén reported,“Everything that we’ve found so far fits together. There is nothing that seems to be strange. All people seem to be honest and competent,”

Researcher Sterling D. Allan introduced some amazing free & alternative energy technologies which could have the potential to eliminate the need for oil, nuclear, and other polluting energy sources. The days of the old energy monopolies are numbered, he said, adding that "it's time for free energy to emerge," empowering the people in a new revolution. 
A variety of promising solutions are making their way to market. Andrea Rossi, joined the program for a segment , to talk about his 10 kilowatt cold fusion device, which is clean, inexpensive, and though it involves a nuclear reaction, creates no radioactive waste. In the short term, his device will be offered in industrial use, for heat and power, he reported. Allan also mentioned other exciting developments including PlasmERG's Noble Gas Engine, which runs on fuel that would only cost a few dollars a month, and Aviso Technologies out of the Philippines, which uses Tesla-like circuitry.
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