A brief weekly wrap of events and commentary. Feel free to add other news of the week in the comment section.
First, the whole NASA – ROSSI connection. This has been whirled about all week and links can be found in a prior post, here. Bottom line is it’s unconfirmed as of now.
And speaking of prior posts, a reminder that some excellent transcriptions were made on the blog this week by Ruby, definitely worth checking out if you haven’t yet. The first transcription is from a James Martinez interview with David J. Nagel, and the second is a very informative transcription from another James Martinez interview, this time with David French who discusses the whole patent process and relates it to Cold Fusion. Definitely worth listening to (follow the links on the posts for the audio) or reading the transcriptions.
Finally, some more Rossi news; bits and pieces culled together from his brief responses on his blog. Some interesting nuggets of info from his responses this week are the following:
- Potential big news could be coming out in the next few days or early next week.
- Small E-CAT units for personal use are now entering into the picture more so than before, according to Rossi and what he’s learned through tests etc.
- Confirmation for the testing of the 1 MW plant has been set for the last week of October.
- Select visitations to the plant will be set up in November.
As is likely, more drama will build in the next few weeks awaiting the late October test date into the November aftermath where the results get dissected and viewing is scheduled.