We rarely follow scientific discoveries and inventions, because they, according to our convictions do not bear much weight for our everyday lives. Nothing can be further from the truth, though. Think of pretty much anything that surrounds us and makes our life comfortable. Those devices that we use and abuse everyday – computers, TV-sets, iPods, and on and on we can go – all these would be impossible without basic developments in the field of energy.
Thus, the year of 2009 has been very significant for all of us, whether we know it or not, whether we get engaged or choose to stay unaware. The year of 2009 the Italian physicist named Andrea Rossi revealed his Energy Catalyzer to the world. Many have jumped on the bandwagon of fusor energy and his invention, becoming avid followers of his technology.
For both parties – friends of Energy Catalyzer, also nicknamed E-Cat, and its foes – Andrea Rossi and his colleagues performed multiple tests in 2011, proving its operability. In January 14 Giuseppe Levi headed the independent scientific demonstration of the e-cat device. Within one hour the apparatus produced about 10 kW of net power with the input of only one gram nickel hydrogen. In February 10-11 Levi and Rossi tested the device again, this time for 18 hours. The public was not invited to that test held in Bologna. In March 29 two known Swedish physicist, Hanno Essen and Sven Kullander held another test, which lasted for 6 hours and produced 25 kWh of total energy and 4,4 kW of power output. This time a smaller e-cat was tested. And in April 19 and 28 two more demonstrations took place; the tests were attended by a NY Teknik journalist.
Now the world in anticipation watches at the clock as the arrows move toward the Day X in October when the final test will be performed. Dr. Rossi does not doubt his invention and his calculations. His life has led him thus far, and this is his greatest accomplishment yet, which will propel him to even greater heights in the energy department.