Rossi Setting Up A ‘Make Materials That Don’t Exist’ Lab (Update: New Lab ‘in Miami’)

Here’s a comment from Andrea Rossi today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that gives a little indication of what working life is like inside the shipping container.

Andrea Rossi
September 30th, 2015 at 9:40 PM
Dr Joseph Fine:
Very interesting comments, thank you.
I am very tired to hear answers like ” we do not have it” when I ask something that I need. This is why I am setting up a ” make existing what doesn’t exist” laboratory. If something does not exist in a system you have to go out of the system.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

I would guess that the kinds of materials that are most needed are those that can withstand very high temperatures over extended periods of time. Rossi has said that the breakdowns of the E-Cat X have so far been caused by something burning out or materials fusing together.

In connection with the rebuild of the E-Cat X, Rossi also commented today that they had “resolved the problem of the new material, made the new material, now we can make the new E-Cat X.”

UPDATE: I asked Rossi whether the new lab was inside the shipping container where he’s working. He responded: “No, I made a lab in Miami to make new materials. During the last 2 weeks I worked 18 hours per day instead of 16… But now the new material I needed is made, the situation returns to 16/day. Next week we’ll have the E-Cta X in operatin again. Fingers crossed.”

  • GreenWin

    Sounds like nanomaterials issues. The current state of CNT tech can build almost anything – once it is visualized. A good problem for Dr. Rossi to be wrestling with. Maybe put Chris Cooper on staff? He may be available.

  • Alan DeAngelis

    I think that he is just saying that what he needs for his R&D isn’t commercially available.

  • Chris the 2nd

    I don’t think Rossi is simple minded, he’s single minded and obsessive compulsive. He has a scratch with this LENR problem and he needs to itch it.

  • Christina

    Am I wrong or is Rossi basically saying that he is in a container in Miami?
    I thought it was said he was in Mexico?
    Christina

    • bachcole

      I never heard anything about Mexico. I thought that he was in Raleigh, North Carolina.

      Miami? I hope that he has air conditioning.

    • ecatworld

      I think that was an April fools joke on the JONP. Those who know where the plant is, aren’t saying.

  • bachcole

    His “I am very tired to hear answers” is an example of how very intelligent people can become very impatient and even irritable. I know because I am one of those people. There is no point in being judgemental towards people when they are like that. It is best to merely endure it, forgive it, or get out of the way, particularly if you like what they produce when they are in such irritable states.

    • Chris the 2nd

      Bring me solutions, not problems.

    • Uncle Bob

      Really bachole? You’re one of those people?
      Not just averagely smart but “very intelligent”?
      Well, I had no idea, up to now.
      I can see I will have to treat your contributions with a whole new level of umm,.. respect? (or mirth perhaps? I did find that one funny)

      Or perhaps you might just align yourself with those who get impatient and irritable with other people.
      That’s nothing special. Anyone can do that. 🙂