According to Andrea Rossi, on his blog, the 1MW plant is now under test. I assume that he means testing by his own engineers but that is not certain. Either way, it is good news. If the 28th is to be taken as the customer delivery date which will be attended by senior scientists and journalists as well as company reps, it is inconceivable that some sort of pre-test would not have been made.
We also have the promise of semi-live reports (hourly) on Dr Rossi’s blog and video plus a report at midnight on the day. This promise is more than I feared. I had worried that the report and data would follow an indeterminate number of days after the run. Thankfully that worry appears unfounded. With the apparent presence of those senior journalists, there would otherwise be a disconnect should they wish to report the story immediately as those following events on the web were starved of information.
Bravo, Andrea Rossi. All we need now are positive and incontestable results and the promise of a new era could become real.
October 23rd, 2011 at 10:49 AM
Dear Franco Morici:
Good Sunday also to you, while I write this comment we are testing the 1 MW plant, which is working well so far. I am very sorry of the very restricted attendance, due to the particular kind of our Customer, but during the test on this blog we will transmit the main data of the test every hour, while at midnight we will publish the full report and a video. The direct transmission is not possible because the officers of the Customer want not to be videotaped.
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