>From the blog:

Jed Rothwell
January 29th, 2011 at 3:28 PM

You wrote: “We will continue the reseach with the University of Bologna to
deepen the knowledge under a theoretical point of view.”

I hope that Celani and others from the ENEA will also take part in these

There are many good theoreticians at Cambridge U. and in the U.S. as well.
If you distribute some other units to other universities, they may discover
something that the people at U. Bologna overlook.

I am sure there is much to be learned, and it will be necessary for
thousands of scientists worldwide to test these devices to find out all
about them. A small number of people at one university will not be enough.
There are thousands of people world-wide researching combustion (fire) even
though it is well understood and people have been using it for thousands of

Until you get a patent you will have to have researchers sign non-disclosure
agreements (NDA). That should not be a problem.

I know many people who would be happy to pay for the additional
demonstration units, and any other costs associated with them.

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Andrea Rossi
January 30th, 2011 at 11:02 AM

Dear Jed,
As I already said, my next public appearence will be to introduce the 1 MW
plant, because:

C = 1/D^2

C = moles of chattering
D= Dimensions of the reactors
Warm regards,
A = Andrea
R = Rossi

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Well, he has a sense of humor anyway. "Wherein: A = Andrea R = Rossi"

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