On Mon, Jul 10, 2017 at 1:01 AM, Lennart Thornros <lenn...@thornros.com>
> The whole discussion after the TRAIL is useless. Accusations between
> vorts, discussions trying to determine how Rossi is a fraud or not - all of
> counter productive.
> Rossi has a small window to show that he has something. His ethics need no
> analysis. Rossi as a person is of little interest if the focus is LENR.
> The only that came out of this lawsuit was that nobody has picked up a
> path to a commercial LENR.
> The interest in LENR has gone down as it obviously still is no solution.
> Still the interest exceeds what was before Rossi's appearance in this
> I suggest to change the focus to possible solutions and let Rossi return
> with his better mousetrap when or if he has one.
(I just saw a better mousetrap on Youtube, BTW.)
The issue IS the crass, obsessive focus on creating a commercial 'product'
-- and NOT the Science. Andrea Rossi himself is _wholly_ responsible for
that failing, here. OTOH, anyone _should_ be able to see that the Science
ALWAYS should have come first -- especially in such a bold, pioneering and
high-stakes sphere -- but DIDN'T: and this yet another attempt at crass
commercialization IS the essential reason WHY this latest episode ends in
wretched failure (assuming cold fusion is not simply a canard), and in
acrimonious recriminations which only hurt the scientific side of the
matter: the ONLY side which really matters.
People should simply be turning to the likes of the Martin Fleischmann
Memorial Project, and putting their bets THERE. In OPEN Science.
> On Jul 9, 2017 19:03, "Che" <comandantegri...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 8:39 PM, Jed Rothwell <jedrothw...@gmail.com>
>> Che <comandantegri...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Clueless, DEAD wrong, AND delusional. All in one email post!
>> That is not what I would call a cogent response, but I appreciate the
>> brevity of it. You needn't say more, since your responses are canned and
>> never deviate from party doctrine.
>> - Jed
> We are following an old script, here. If you want to pretend there's an
> actual dialog going on, feel free. Just don't pretend to the others that
> you're 'winning' something here, OK?
> In any case: the political-economic aspects of the Rossi fiasco are every
> bit as 'cogent' as the fyzix and engineering. At this point -- even more so.