Interesting info. So you are confirming Rossi DID ship the 1 MW reactor to his customer. That it did not work over extended periods is to be expected with new technology. If this has happened it says 2 things:

Rossi did ship the reactor to his customer. Excellent news
The reactor did work but not as the customer expected. Also excellent news as it does work. Rossi is working to rectify any issues. Again excellent news as Rossi is working to meet the customers needs.

So the customer is real, the device works but not as reliably as the customer expects and Rossi is working with NI to meet the customer's expectations.

This is a real world result. This is an excellent result. This is product development in the flesh.

So Mr. Beene now that you have started talking, who is the customer?


On 1/15/2012 2:23 AM, Jones Beene wrote:
Why read something else into this? LOL. You must be joking.

Because Rossi spoke it, for one thing - and because it is misleading for
another, just short of complete dishonesty.

You should know this, AG - if you talk to Rossi as much as you claim; and if
he is being straight with you.

Rossi did deliver, yes, but "the customer" has sent it back.

Rossi's spin: "we will add controls". Only Rossi has NOT even admitted that
it has been returned. That would sound too much like failure.

Customers complaint: *did not work over extended periods*, so of no value
for intended use, despite the fact that it does work for short periods. Thus
we sent it back to Bologna.

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