Uppsala University Eager To Test Andrea Rossi E-Cat

Recently the Director of Department of Physics at the University of Bologna confirmed that they have been contracted by Andrea Rossi to test his reactor in order to validate his measurements. Professor Levi and a team of physicists will start the Andrea Rossi E-Cat experiment in a few weeks. They estimated that by the summer of 2012 the world can see the publication of the first scientific report about Rossi’s invention.

Now, Uppsala University in Sweden expressed eagerness to test the Andrea Rossi E-Cat. This was indicated by Hampus Ericsson’s report on Sven Kullander’s lecture “Tomorrow’s Nuclear Power: Will it be Cold or Hot?” given on November 23rd at Orebro University in Sweden.

In this lecture, Sven Kullander talked about the different types of nuclear power plants existing today. He also discussed about Andrea Rossi’s invention being a promising alternative source of power using cold fusion. While the existing nuclear power plants uses nuclear fission of radioactive elements to product large amount of heat which can be converted into power; Andrea Rossi E-Cat operates through fusion of nickel and hydrogen atoms at room temperature. Rossi claims that his reactor is not only cheap to operate but also very safe because it does not use radioactive elements; therefore, it does not produce radioactive wastes.

Sven Kullander underlined the fact that Rossi needs to submit his E-Cat to independent testing in order to validate the measurements. Kullander said that Uppsala University is willing to conduct the test if they will be given full access to Andrea Rossi E-Cat and that the scientists will be given the right to publish full report of the experiment. The physicists at the Uppsala University are still waiting for Rossi’s approval.

Kullander affirmed the credibility of Professor Focardi, Professor Levi and Andrea Rossi, by saying that they are trustworthy people and that this experiment is not a fraud.

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