Rossi Q&A April 17-18, 2011

It seems like every day Andrea Rossi responds to questions from readers of his Journal of Nuclear Physics Site. There are a few threads where he makes comments and sometimes it’s a bit cumbersome to find them all conveniently.

I thought it might be helpful to start a series of posts here containing key questions and responses by Rossi so people can have one place to find the latest key information information. I’ll try and keep this up-to-date, maybe a post per day if warranted. Not all questions and answered will be included, only ones that I find to be particularly interesting. Quotes will be excerpted so you may have to go to the original source for the full context of the questions and responses. I will maintain the grammar an spelling of the original.

http://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.com/?p=473#comments

Q: “I work for an oil company, so I will probably be looking for a new trade. Perhaps an E-Cat distributor will be in order.
A: Our technology will work with, not against, the existing technologies.”

Q: “Do you plan to require licensing to experiment with the technology or just licensing for implementation of a marketed product? Are you planning on granting exclusive licensing for all applications or are you going to let the little guys have a place at the table?
A: This is gonne be everybody’s energy source, through a complex strategy we are setting up.”

Q: “Aren’t you worried about security loaning energy catalysts to the University of Uppsala and to the University of Stockholm? These units are small enough that even a physicist could lug one off.”
Rossi’s A: “I usually react by instinct. I have total trust in the Uppsala and Stockolm Universities.”

Q: “Cant you let people order this devices now so we early believers can get a chance to get this devices as soon as they are released to the market. I guess that else there will be a very long waiting time to be able to buy one of these since the demand for them would be extremely big.”
A: “We are organizing. I suppose it will be at the same time when we will deliver the 1 MW plant in Greece.”

Q: “This device is important to aerospace if it can be scaled. Good luck forward”
A: “Aerospace applications are very far from now, I believe.”

Q: “What worries me is the long wait that the italian patent office is causing. The sooner the patent comes through the quicker can you enlarge and accelerate your sales effort and production and thus pacify the many doubts and fears prevailing around us”
A: “The patents laws are changed: no more exists in Europe the national patent, exists only the international patent, and the time a regular patent takes is up to 6 years. There is nothing we can do about this.”

http://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.com/?p=360#comments

Q:“1.The absence on the mentioned third element, is due to a strategy? That is: my (A.Rossi) first step is to declare what I can to do and the wipo will tell me where my patent request has some claims problem. After this step I will make a new patent including all the absent elements?
2.If the answer is yes. This new patent when will be(or has already) presented at wipo? When this will be published?
3.Have you made a patent regarding a method for ni “enrichment” and this is already presented at wipo? When this will be published?
Before to close my post I would like to say something regarding the LENR. Right now in my country(but I think in many others) there are scientists that are asking for an E-Cat to make some specific test and make a fantastic peer review. Strange fact this. For 20 years they believed in machines like ITER, Fleischmann/Pons were two idiots, Arata experiment hasn’t peer reviewed (that isn’t true) and now they elect themselves as independent scientists. So my hope is that You continue with your position: buy me a plant and after you can test everything you want.
It’ll be nice to see the 90% of scientists of the world to change their opinion in a day!
I believe in your invention!
A: “About the patent:
1- yes
2-it is in the period of not disclosure. Will be disclosed only if the first is granted
3- this is a separated and indipendent patent
I agree perfectly with the conclusion of your comment, and I thank you for this.

What worries me is the long wait that the italian patent office is causing. The sooner the patent comes through the quicker can you enlarge and accelerate your sales effort and production and thus pacify the many doubts and fears prvailing around us.