Axil Axil <> wrote:

An power output of 3 KW would still meet the licence requirements.

The input was ~20 kW. Do you mean a power output of 23 kW would satisfy the

I am sure that if I.H. had measured 23 kW with confidence, and Rossi had
transferred the IP, they would have paid the $89 million. They said they
were not that concerned about the letter of the contract. They just wanted
to see proof of excess heat. Unfortunately, a careful measurement of the
heat balance showed there was no excess heat. Not even 3 kW.

23 kW of output with 20 kW input would not measurably change the room
temperature, but you could measure it with proper calorimetry.

- Jed

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