Rossi is not as sure footed as he lets on. His small low temperature reactor cluster did not work at the start of the 1 year test. Rossi had to substitute the quad 250,000 watts tiger reactor cluster. To this day, Rossi still doesn't understand why those small low temperature reactors failed to function.
Without understanding the underlying theory that underpins his technology, Rossi must use trial and error. Like a mouse in a maze each day can bring a wrong turn that can result in failure. Yet Rossi projects a facade of confidence and defiance. This state of ever present insecurity must be hard to conceal from his competitors, his supporters and especially his detractors. On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 9:22 PM, bobcook39...@hotmail.com < bobcook39...@hotmail.com> wrote: > The folks on Vortex-l that in the past have suggested Rossi was a fraud > etc must be busy eating crow based on the significant silence of their > anti-Rossi claque. > > > > Bob Cook > > > > > > > > *From: *Che <comandantegri...@gmail.com> > *Sent: *Friday, July 21, 2017 7:58 PM > *To: *firstname.lastname@example.org > *Subject: *[Vo]:Why Rossi 'won' > > > > > > This has likely already been pointed out here -- but I'll point it out now > (again), if it hasn't. > > > > > > Here’s The Settlement—Getting The License Back Was Rossi’s Top Priority > <https://animpossibleinvention.com/2017/07/18/heres-the-settlement-getting-the-license-back-was-rossis-top-priority/> > > > > > > The bottom line appears to be that IH 'settled' -- because they simply > could not *prove* fraud (which perhaps, never actually took place -- at > least the way IH sees it). Simple as that. So they would have _lost_ the > case if it had gone to trial -- and been liable for whatever _they_ would > have been liable for. > > > > Rossi OTOH, strategically forewent the money he was 'owed': because he > valued the IP over everything else -- and is smart enuff to know when to > 'fold' and walk away. > > > > > > Is that it, or close enuff..? > > > > > > > > >