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Energy Revolution is on Its Way!

The Defkalion Green Technologies SA will in October 2011, a 10 KW generator build in series, developed by the University of Bologna.

The cold-fusion reactor, has announced the engineer Andrea Rossi and demonstrated in Italy is, at the end of 2011 as a unit for heat and electricity on the market. While the world is faced with devastation of nuclear war and a new resource, is convinced the Internet is a potential technological breakthrough is discussed, which compares the futurist Gerald Celente already with the discovery of fire. This would also mean that the power of the energy cartel is broken. If this is the case, we are facing a tremendous boom, which is accompanied by the restoration of our environment and the disclosure of other, quite incredible technologies.

The many decades by the cartel of the globalists suppressed findings of science and research on the Low-Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) penetrate gradually to the public. The fruits of this development will be:

Free energy for everyone.

No pollution from oil, coal and nuclear energy.

Elimination of the radioactivity of the atomic junk that has been accumulated to the cartel.

Removal of rubbish, which wanted us to sell Ökofaschisten as the "energy revolution" (t) s, along with their Don Quichotteschen wind energy, the CO2 lies etc.

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Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi held a public demonstration
on January 14, 2011 of Rossi’s ECat (energy
catalyzer) boiler, a nickel-hydrogen fusion reactor, at
the University of Bologna (Italy). A group of about 50 scientists
from the university and the Instituto Nazionale di Fisica
Nucleare (INFN, the Italian Institute of Nuclear Physics) were
on hand to examine the device. The experiment was organized
by Dr. Giuseppe Levi and other faculty at the University
of Bologna/INFN.
A video of part of the demonstration, the abstract of
International Patent WO/2009/125444, other related material
and news items are available on the website for The Journal of
Nuclear Physics (http://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.com).
The site, created by Rossi and his colleagues, has published a
handful of papers over the past year, but is at this time primarily
a news source for the Rossi reactor. Focardi and Rossi’s
paper, “A New Energy Source from Nuclear Fusion,” is also
available there.
After the January 14 demonstration, Levi prepared a
“Report on Heat Production During Preliminary Tests on the
Rossi ‘Ni-H’ Reactor” (http://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/
LeviGreportonhe.pdf) based on short tests he conducted on
both December 16, 2010 and at the demonstration on
January 14. Levi’s report includes a section by Dr. David
Bianchini, “Experimental Evaluation, for Radiation
Protection Purpose, of Photon and Neutron Radiation Field
During the Public Presentation of the Prototype Called
‘Energy Amplifier.’” Additionally, an important report by
Prof. Mauro Villa, “On the Radiation Measurements on the
Rossi System,” is also available (http://www.lenrcanr.
org/acrobat/VillaMonthegamma.pdf).
At the demonstration on January 14, no measurable
nuclear radiation was detected. Villa wrote, “The energy
power input and output and gamma radiations were measured
before, during and after the active phase of the system,
as well as the hydrogen consumption. While a net energy
output was observed, no excess (with energy above 200
keV has been measured above the natural background level
(<180 Hz rate in single mode, compared to an expected rate
largely in excess of 1 MHz).”
The magnitude of the effect suggests that the ECat is a
viable energy technology that may use commonly available
materials. Rossi claims that the device will not produce carbon
dioxide, or radioactive waste, and will be economical to
build. The device generated more than 10 kW of excess
power. The ratio of input power to output power was over 10.
The demonstration was intended to establish the ECat’s
performance as a “black box.” Levi’s instruments measured
the electrical power and hydrogen supplied to and consumed
by the ECat and measured the amount and temperature
of the water to be heated to steam by the ECat. Rossi
operated the ECat while Levi took those measurements.
Villa reported, “Even if the measurements were severely
limited by the non-disclosure of the reaction chamber and of
the associated electronics, nevertheless some important
aspects have been tested.” Villa noted that the following
parameters were controlled during the test: input electrical
power was measured on a power meter and recorded every
eight seconds; the environment temperature and input
water and output steam temperatures were logged every two
seconds; the vapor quality was measured online; the water
flux was measured at the beginning and assumed constant;
gamma production from the system was monitored with NaI
counters. Villa reported, “No flux measurement has been
done on the output steam flow.”
Figure 1 shows the experimental set-up for the January 14
demonstration. A plastic reservoir (left side of photo) delivers
water, via a plastic tube and through a displacement
pump, into the ECat’s insulation. Hydrogen was supplied
from a pressure vessel on the floor through a line to the
ECat. A controller (which sat behind the ECat) regulated the
supply of hydrogen and electrical power to the ECat. Three
thermocouples measured: T1, temperature of the room; T2,
temperature of the water pumped into the reactor by a positive
displacement pump; T3, temperature of the output of
the ECat. Another probe measured the dryness of the steam
that exited the ECat system. An input power meter was also
used. Also seen in Figure 1 are other measurements that took
place, including nuclear radiation detection. Figure 2 shows
a schematic of the Rossi device.
After Rossi turned on the ECat, the temperature of the
output rose during a transient phase of operation. After
about an hour, the ECat produced steam with a temperature
of ~101°C. The steam is “dry”—liquid water was all converted
to steam. This is the steady-state operation that describes
the performance of the ECat.
During the demonstration, T2 = 13.3°C and T3 = 101.2°C.
Using the values of the specific heat (cal/degree-gram) for
water, and the heat of vaporization (540 cal/gram), and the
rate of flow of water into the apparatus (4.9 g/s), a value
exceeding 12,900 W for the excess power was inferred, when
the input power was less than 370 W.
Much debate and discussion has ensued since the January
14 demonstration, particularly in the LENR field. Much of
the discussion has centered around issues related to safety,
the need for further testing and the particulars of the nickel
involved in the process. Rossi has made himself widely available
to colleagues, answering any questions that are not proprietary
in nature. Many were surprised that Rossi announced
on January 14 that his Leonardo Corporation (which holds
the rights to the technology, and is partnered with Defkalion
Green Technologies) might start shipping commercial
devices within the next few months and start mass production
thereafter. Mention of a 1 MW reactor also drew criticism,
as such a large reactor would bring with it many safety
concerns. Rossi has since indicated that the 1 MW reactor
would consist of numerous smaller reactors working together.
He noted, “I will start up the 1 MW plant that I will install
in Athens in October 2011.” He indicated that industrial production,
with a product geared toward consumers, will take
place by the end of the year as well.
Rossi and Levi have since conducted a longer test of the
ECat, at the University of Bologna on February 10. The ECat
was run for 18 hours this time. Also, a much higher flow rate
was used, to keep the cooling water from vaporizing. This
choice was made in response to some of the critiques of colleagues;
it makes moot concerns about dry steam.
Mats Lewan, of NyTeknik (www.nyteknik.se), interviewed
Levi about the test run. Levi indicated that the test was
instrumental in determining what parameters must be controlled
and whether the device could run for longer periods
of time. Levi told Lewan: “This is the third time I’ve seen the
device and again it produces energy. . .[W]e loaded the unit
with hydrogen at the beginning, and then the bottle was
closed. It then worked for 18 hours with the bottle closed. . .
I weighed container before and after charging, and including
the gas we let out to empty the tube of air, the consumption
of hydrogen was 0.4 grams. . .Minimum power was 15 kW,
and that’s a conservative value. I calculated it several times.
At night we did a measurement and the device then worked
very stable and produced 20 kW. Now that I have seen the
device work for so many hours, in my view all chemical
energy sources are excluded.”
Levi reports that power briefly peaked at 130 kW, with an
average of 15 to 20 kW; since all parameters and measurements
have not been fully reported yet, the 130 kW is an
estimate and the peak period is unknown. Answering skeptic’s
concerns about hidden batteries, Levi told Lewan: “This
time I opened the control unit. . .[T]he box was empty
except for the control electronics. . .I have also seen inside
the unit itself—most of the volume is insulation and most of
the weight of about 30 kg is due to lead.” Rossi will have Levi
do analysis, before and after operation, of the nickel powder
involved in the process as a catalyst.
Rossi tells IE, “We are making a thorough series of tests
with the University of Bologna, which will be 12 months
long with a reactor in operation 24 hours per day. During
this year we will make a long theory of measurements and
tests, also in collaboration with CERN researchers. A report
will be made at the end of the 12 months of measurements.”

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Great article and I hope this somehow goes mainstream although the US will likely debunk it to protect their billionaire lobbyists from the energy industries.

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Great article and I hope this somehow goes mainstream although the US will likely debunk it to protect their billionaire lobbyists from the energy industries.
Very true.....big oil will fight that tooth and nail.

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Very true.....big oil will fight that tooth and nail.
they will sustitute their influence to "sell" water and carbon dioxide emissions permits for breathing

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Great article and I hope this somehow goes mainstream although the US will likely debunk it to protect their billionaire lobbyists from the energy industries.
Fuck the Government. Damn right you are... the politicians should wear nascar attire, with the logos of the corporations that sponsored them.

if they did we'd know who's pulling their puppet strings... bush.

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good post this guy was on coast coast am last week i hope this can be a viable option for our energy needs in the future

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