Defkalion’s body is twitching. Is it alive? I have resisted posting about this for a couple of days as we have enough unsubstantiated rumours flying around and without an announcement from DGT, it is difficult to know what to make of this bizarre situation.
With thanks to Anatoliy for pointing out that the twitch has become a weak voice. Will their promise to speak up lead to something tangible?
Defkalion GT, Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:19 am :
“Defkalion GT group decited to re-open the forum due to expected announcements within the next weeks. Till then, we appreciate your interest and participation as well as all expressed questions, which are resonable, and they will be answered in due time.
Thank you for your attention.”
One poster has come straight to the point. It will be interesting to read the answer.
Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:12 pm
Joined: Tue Jul 05, 2011 4:42 pm
Andrea Rossi claims on his blog and elsewhere, that your company has never built, assembled, or tested a working Ni-H cold fusion reactor kernal (the metal tube that contains the reactions). He has repeated this several times. In fact, he claims to have never given your company any of the proprietary information (for example the catalyst) needed to build such a working kernal. I can provide references for all of these statements if you would like them.
These statements conflict with what your company has indicated, that you have built and successfully tested countless working kernals. Also, your company states that you have had final products in testing with the Greek government since the first ten days of July.
Why do you think that your claims and Rossi’s claims contradict?
For the sake of the world and the cold fusion community, this contradiction needs to be resolved.
Wishing that there was something to Defkalion’s stated plan to spread Hyperions far and wide and fast is a dream too far until they back up their words with action.
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