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Hardrock69
06-21-2011, 09:56 AM
This page also has a lot of links to information concerning this technology. A device the size of your fist can produce 4 kilowatts of clean energy....read on....

http://beforeitsnews.com/story/726/280/Defkalion_Announces_Energy_Catalyzer_Press_Confere nce.html


http://pesn.com/2011/06/17/9501849_Defkalion_Announces_Energy_Catalyzer_Press _Conference/
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Defkalion Announces Energy Catalyzer Press Conference

Defkalion Green Technologies, who has world rights (minus Americas and military) to sell, distribute, and license Andrea Rossi's E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer), recently sent out invitations to certain individuals to attend a press conference about the technology on June 23 in Greece.

By now, most people following exotic energy breakthroughs have read about Andrea Rossi's E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) cold fusion technology. It utilizes nickel powder, hydrogen gas, an undisclosed catalyst, heat, and pressure to produce large amounts of energy. The technology is capable of producing over 4 kilowatts of thermal power from a reactor vessel only fifty cubic centimeters in volume (about he size of your fist). Cold fusion research has been ongoing for two decades, and there have been thousands of successful experiments. However, Andrea Rossi's technology is the most promising cold fusion technology yet to emerge.

Andrea Rossi's company Leonardo Corporation has licensed the technology to the Greek company Defkalion Green Technologies Inc., with sole purpose to sell, license, and manufacture industrialized commercially applicable products using the Andrea Rossi Energy Catalyzer with global exclusivity rights; except the Americas. Defkalion has recently sent out invitations to certain individuals to attend a press conference about the technology on June 23, 2011. The invitation is self explanatory, and is posted below. (Edited to clarify the translated text.)

Dear ***,

Defkalion Green Technologies cordially invites you to attend press a conference to announce the ITS Technological breakthroughs in energy with exclusive rights to Greece.

Kind Regards,

Symeon Tsalikoglou
Press Conference
Invitation

GREECE'S ANSWER TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRISIS EXOTHERMIC REACTION NICKEL HYDROGEN & CHEAP, CLEAN & GREEN ENERGY

Thursday June 23rd, 2011 @ 14:30
Municipality of Palaio Faliro
Terpsihoris 51 & Artemidos

RSVP: [snip] A reception will follow

Today, there is great pessimism regarding the future energy needs of our planet. Energy will soon become universally cheap, clean and readily usable.

Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi have discovered and patented technology that will change the world's energy field. This technology will be made available by the Greek company, Defkalion Commercially Green Technologies.

By combining Hydrogen and Nickel to create an exothermic reaction (at room temperatures in a device and that can be safely placed in households or industry) emits heat on a 24-hour basis. This energy is produced at a fraction of the cost in comparison to currently available energy sources. It is totally clean and green. Furthermore, using conventional, readily available third-party technologies, the heat can be used to produce electricity.

Defkalion Green Technologies has secured exclusive distribution rights for the entire world, except for the USA and military applications. Initially, it will start production and first distribution of products from the ITS factory in Xanthi for the Greek and Balkan markets . Two more factories are scheduled within 2012. Demand is already strong for international sales, which effectively will spur exports.

Greece possesses 83% of Europe's nickel deposits, a key strategic consideration. Furthermore, at this time of the global financial crisis, Greece is faced with a golden opportunity to become energy self-sufficient, gain employment in one of the most underdeveloped regions of the ITS, as well as become a technological leader in this new scientific field.

The press conference will comprise of undisclosed up-to-date information related to the technology's commercial and industrial applications, the company's strategic placements, as well as commercial issues that are of interest not only to Defkalion's future customers, but also to the political society of our country. It goes without saying that such an important development also possesses a strong international dimension in many Aspects.

Sincerely,

Green Technologies knows Defkalion

2-4 Messogion Ave, Athens Tower Bldg A. 18th Floor, Athens, 11527, Greece
T: +30-210-7770602 * * info@defkalion-energy.com F: +30-210-777060

What information could Defkalion be about to reveal? They have already stated that they expect a system that can provide hot water and electricity for a home to cost under 5,000 Euro. In addition, they have stated that the company has acquired all the needed certifications to sell the E-Cat in Greece.

- Could it be about a new variant of the E-Cat? For example, a larger unit with a higher power output rating? Rossi has mentioned that they were working on larger sized devices, so this is possible.

- Could they surprise the world by announcing new testing done by additional scientists? This is possible, because every test of the E-Cat so far has been successful.

Only time will tell what information is revealed!




A company in the United States is positioning itself to market E-Cat technology also:

http://pesn.com/2011/05/17/9501827_Ampenergo_Amps_Up_Rossis_Energy_Catalyzer_ in_America/


Ampenergo Amps Up Rossi's Energy Catalyzer in America

An American company named Ampenergo has made a deal with Andrea Rossi to market his Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat) technology in the Americas. Ampenergo, which has ties to people in the U.S. DOD and DOE, will share royalties with Rossi, and are in the middle of talks with multiple potential customers.

The saga of Andrea Rossi's cold fusion technology (called the Energy Catalyzer or E-Cat) continues to accelerate. His game changing technology consumes tiny quantities of nickel and hydrogen to produce huge quantities of clean, safe, and cheap energy. Unlike conventional fission based nuclear power, no radioactive materials are used and no nuclear waste is produced. Multiple companies are now positioning themselves to market the E-Cat, both in Europe and the Americas. One of these companies is Defkalion Green Technologies which is based in Greece. Another is company is Ampenergo, which is located in the United States.

Defkalion Green Technologies has acquired a license to manufacture, distribute, and market the E-Cat in all areas of the world except the Americas. It has recently been announced that another company named Ampenergo, has made a deal with Andrea Rossi (through his company Leonardo Corporation) to market and develop the technology in North and South America. Ampenergo has paid Andrea Rossi for these rights (an undisclosed amount), and in return they will receive a share of all royalties from the sale of E-Cat licenses and products in the Americas.

In this latest deal, there seems to be three companies involved. First, there is Leonardo Technologies Inc. (LTI) of Bedford New Hampshire, that was co-founded by Rossi. He sold his interest in the company over ten years ago, and has apparently used the proceeds to develop his cold fusion technology. It appears he has stayed in contact with the company since that time, and has worked with them to develop the technology. After selling his stake in LTI, Rossi started his own company named, "Leonardo Corporation." This company has a manufacturing plant in Miami, Florida that is producing the E-Cat modules. In 2009, LTI branched off to create Ampenergo which is located in the USA as well.

Ampenergo was founded by Karl Norwood, Richard Noceti, Robert Gentile and Craig Cassarino. It is important to note that Robert Gentile was the Assistant Secretary of Energy for Fossil Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) during the early 1990's. This helps confirm Rossi's claim that tests of the E-Cat have been observed by the U.S. Department of Defense and the DOE. It is very likely that at least certain individuals in the DOD and DOE are aware and interested in the Energy Catalyzer. However, their silence is deafening.

It is unknown if any military or secret government research is taking place, but there are unsubstantiated rumors floating around the internet of the US Navy using a nickel-hydrogen cold fusion reactor to power a submarine. Although the rumor is not likely to be true, if they have known about the technology for a couple of years, it is possible testing is taking place. Trillions of dollars go missing from the DOD budget on a regular basis, and the money is obviously being spent on something.


Interview with NyTeknik

In an interview with the Swedish website NyTeknik, Craig Cassarino of Ampenergo disclosed several interesting tidbits of information about the deal, his company, and their plans for the technology. Importantly, it is clear that Ampenergo is very impressed with Rossi's technology. Craig claims that his company witnessed three demonstrations in the USA, and at least one in Bologna, Italy. They do not fully understand the exact reactions taking place, but are certain that the E-Cat technology works.

Craig also claims they are in talks with multiple companies in North and South America. Some companies are very skeptical about the technology, but others are more open. The companies they are talking with have many potential applications for the technology. One company they contacted considers the technology as a high power density fuel. This would be correct, because the reaction chamber for a 2.5 kW output is about the size of an adult fist, and with this technology one hundred grams of nickel powder can replace many barrels of oil. In addition, the fuel would be very cheap. Andrea Rossi has recently stated that a recharge that would power a unit for six months would only cost approximately $100 dollars. To produce the same amount of energy from oil would cost thousands of dollars. Most likely, the cost for the fuel would eventually be much lower than $100 dollars for 100 grams (the quantity that can power a reactor for six months). The $100 dollar figure probably does not factor in cost savings that would take place when mass production of the powder starts, and of course the company would be making a profit off the powder.

During the interview, space travel is mentioned as a potential application of the technology. We know that NASA is among those showing interesting the E-Cat. My hope is that the energy produced by the E-Cat would not be used to power a nuclear rocket, but to power something truly exotic. For example, could the E-Cat produce enough electricity to power an electrogravitic craft such as those suggested by Townsend Brown?

It seems that the race is on to commercialize the E-Cat. Defkalion and Ampenergo seem to be leading the way. Of course most of the dumbstream media is remaining silent of this race towards the commercialization of cold fusion technology. As of right now, the best sources for news and information are from alternative news sites such as PESN. I expect this to be the case even after CBS, FOX, ABC, NBC, and MSNBC start covering the technology. By staying alert and keeping an open mind, we have a huge head start!


More Info from Rossi's Blog

Andrea Rossi frequently posts responses to questions on his blog at the Journal of Nuclear Physics. He has been revealing many interesting tidbits of information. However, he still declines to disclose information about the catalyst used.

One piece of information he has revealed is that all 330 E-Cat modules for the one megawatt plant in Xanthi, Greece have been manufactured and are being tested. In previous posts, he indicated that testing consists of modules being in continuous operation. Basically, this means that the one megawatt plant is running right now, but just not in Greece yet. Also, the enclosure for the one megawatt plant is being designed. It is relatively small, being only 3 x 3 x 2 meters and weighing only 2 tons.

A few additional bits of information from his blog...

* Rossi has began using the term "new fire" to describe his technology.

* An E-Cat can be throttled down to a lower power level in approximately one minute.

* He is using the term E-Tiger to describe the one megawatt plant.

* He has stated that it is possible a one megawatt plant will be opened in the USA by November.

* In private testing, the temperature inside of the reactor can reach 1,600 C which is hot enough to melt the nickel powder (probably not desirable).

* E-Cats will be sold to the public by the end of this year.


More Test Results on the Way

It has been rumored on the Vortex L discussion list (one of the best sources for cold fusion information on the web) that the University of Bologna is about to disclose additional test results from the E-Cat. As we have mentioned here at PESN, the University of Bologna is in the middle of a one year research program on the technology. Most likely, the data they release will be from extended tests of E-Cat units. Already, all chemical energy sources have been ruled out, and nuclear energy is the only possible source of the excess heat. For example, one test had an E-Cat running for 18 hours producing a constant output of around 15 kilowatts with an average input of only 80 watts. Maybe they have had a similar test running for weeks or months!

Another rumor on Vortex-L indicates that the Swedish scientists (one of which was the former president of the Swedish Skeptics Society) who tested the E-Cat earlier in the year, have submitted a paper about an additional test of the E-Cat to a peer reviewed journal. Apparently, they are waiting on it to be published before sharing the results of that test.

Rossi has also stated that the University of Uppsala in Sweden will receive an E-Cat unit for testing. It will be interesting to see what results they get from the E-Cat. Every test of the E-Cat so far has been a success, so there is little reason to think their testing will yield different results.


Catalyst Patent Application

Andrea Rossi's technology produces huge amounts of energy due to an undisclosed catalyst that is composed of two elements that are not radioactive and are not precious metals. He has filed a patent application covering this catalyst. Although a patent covering his reactor design has been published (and granted in Italy), it does not disclose the catalyst. It has been speculated that the patent application for the catalyst is about to be published. This may or may not be the case, because there are ways to prevent a patent application being published before the patent is granted. For example, making many changes to the patent application delays it being published. No one knows if Rossi is taking such steps to prevent his secret from being revealed.

If the catalyst is revealed, it would allow replicators to test the technology themselves. Although individuals would not be able to sell units for a profit, I do not see anything stopping individuals from building units for home use. Although this might be dangerous due to the small amount of gamma rays produced by the device (that can be shielded with 2cm of lead and a layer of boron) and nano-nickel powder being slightly toxic, the technology is so simple, I doubt anyone could prevent such replication attempts from being made.

The saga of the Energy Catalyzer continues to accelerate. The end of this year could be very exciting.

As more information about this ongoing saga is obtained, it will be reported on here at PESN. We have also registered the domain name http://RossiColdFusion.com to forward to our feature page at PESWiki, and we have a news page dedicated to the coverage of this topic. Remember that PESWiki is publicly editable, so if you know of significant coverage we've not included, you are free to add a link to it. Our Help page gives instructions for those not familiar with wiki syntax.

Seshmeister
06-21-2011, 06:50 PM
It's an old scam.

Under no circumstances ever invest in a company claiming to be able to do cold fusion.

chefcraig
06-21-2011, 06:56 PM
http://img1.imagehousing.com/47/9753079a34705bca39aaee18d7550e94.gif (http://www.imagehousing.com/image/776375)

clarathecarrot
06-21-2011, 08:05 PM
This page also has a lot of links to information concerning this technology. A device the size of your fist can produce 4 kilowatts of clean energy....read on....


Interesting Article.

I use the Fusion technology every morning for the closest shave ever, Gillette has perfected this technology and it is smaller than your fist..so what's the point of this company you speak of ?

I just don't know who would want this technology the size of a fist .
Who's fist ?
I know it is the latest thing, but I guess I am just old fashioned.

chefcraig
06-21-2011, 08:29 PM
I use the Fusion technology every morning for the closest shave ever, Gillette has perfected this technology and it is smaller than your fist..so what's the point of this company you speak of ?

I just don't know who would want this technology the size of a fist .
Who's fist ?
I know it is the latest thing, but I guess I am just old fashioned.

Even that was a bit of snake oil salesmanship. Gillette was sued in a class action case when it was proven the so-called "M3Power" system (essentially a battery that barely vibrated the razor and created a humming sound) did essentially nothing.

M3Power Razor (http://www.topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/856-gillette-m3power-razor-class-action-settlement)

If that wasn't enough, Gillette is currently being sued in yet another action because of deceptive advertising regarding the replacement blades for the damned thing.

Gillette Fusion Razor Cartridge Class Action Lawsuit (http://www.topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/870-gillette-fusion-razor-blade-class-action)

Seshmeister
06-21-2011, 08:40 PM
Interesting stuff, good work by the US legal system there.

On a kind of related note I read this week that the whirring noise that ATM makes when it's about to give you money isn't the rollers or machinery working but a sound played by the machine out a speaker to soothe the user. I haven't found an absolutely definitive source for this, can anyone else?

It's not a scam as such but for some reason I find it weirdly off putting if it is true.

chefcraig
06-21-2011, 09:00 PM
Interesting stuff, good work by the US legal system there.

On a kind of related note I read this week that the whirring noise that ATM makes when it's about to give you money isn't the rollers or machinery working but a sound played by the machine out a speaker to soothe the user. I haven't found an absolutely definitive source for this, can anyone else?

It's not a scam as such but for some reason I find it weirdly off putting if it is true.

It wouldn't surprise me in least, as years ago corporations spent millions of dollars experimenting with what colors should be used in restrooms on busy roads and the interstate, in order to get folks out and back on the road to spend more money and gas. This same sort of information was used to determine what paint scheme would have the most calming and soothing effect upon criminals in prisons and jails. This explains why the seating is so crummy and the colors are so garish in fast food places. They don't mind taking your money and allowing you to eat at the restaurant, but they do want your ass out of there quickly so the next folks can do the same.

twonabomber
06-21-2011, 09:05 PM
light blue or gray supposedly calms the criminals.

fuckin' idiot metrosexual guy at work set up our lunchroom to match the colors of a Panera Bread store. now i guess i know why...get us back out on the floor.

Seshmeister
06-21-2011, 09:07 PM
All I can find is soundboard files of the ATM sound.

Still it's given me the idea of making it the ringtone on my phone for when the SM calls...

chefcraig
06-21-2011, 09:09 PM
The break rooms I've seen have always been painted red and if there was a tv set, it only picked up one channel, badly if at all.

twonabomber
06-21-2011, 09:45 PM
we have DirecTV at work, but not the full package. it is kinda funny walking in at 2 am on third shift and hearing F-bombs on IFC.

Hardrock69
06-22-2011, 11:48 AM
I always wanted to hear the word FUCK on television back in the 70s. With the advent of cable, it became a reality, lol.

chefcraig
06-22-2011, 12:11 PM
I always wanted to hear the word FUCK on television back in the 70s. With the advent of cable, it became a reality, lol.

Things really have changed. When I was in high school, you couldn't say the word "sucks" in the classroom, let alone hear it said on television. The other night I was watching The Glades on A&E, and the word "shit" was casually used twice. Basic cable pretty much picked up the gauntlet of profanity, with shows like The Shield on FX (which was really just a grittier version of NYPD Blue, and even that was an update on Hill Street Blues).

I dunno...part of me refuses to see this as progress. Look, I'm the last person on the planet that should make a stand for morality, but exactly what is the point of all this cussing? An attempt to make tv more believable by injecting the reality of the way people converse? It just seems sort of dumb, and if the only way a person can communicate is by spewing profanity every other word, then the substance of what they have to say probably isn't worth listening to in the first place.

Hardrock69
06-22-2011, 12:33 PM
Oh I agree. I am against censorship, but only as applied to adults. Not to interested in hearing 3-year-olds swearing like a sailor, lol.

Back to the topic at hand...

http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/suppressed-technologies/what-happened-to-this-battery.html



From GM to Chevron to oblivlon

Batteries just aren't good enough to power cars and free households from dependence on oil companies and electrical utilities, right?

Wrong.

The battery problem has been largely solved and not just in theory, but in production.

Then GM bought its way in as a condition for using the battery in its cars.

Then it sold its share in the company to Chevron.

And now the battery is gone.





http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1J5f9x_RfHI

Anonymous
06-22-2011, 12:49 PM
Things really have changed. When I was in high school, you couldn't say the word "sucks" in the classroom, let alone hear it said on television. The other night I was watching The Glades on A&E, and the word "shit" was casually used twice. Basic cable pretty much picked up the gauntlet of profanity, with shows like The Shield on FX (which was really just a grittier version of NYPD Blue, and even that was an update on Hill Street Blues).

I dunno...part of me refuses to see this as progress. Look, I'm the last person on the planet that should make a stand for morality, but exactly what is the point of all this cussing? An attempt to make tv more believable by injecting the reality of the way people converse? It just seems sort of dumb, and if the only way a person can communicate is by spewing profanity every other word, then the substance of what they have to say probably isn't worth listening to in the first place.

The other day I started messing around in my netbook & I forgot to turn off the TV after watching Family Guy - not surprisingly, as I rarely remember to turn it on in the first place - and that new Spartacus series started on Fox.

It's quite obvious they're using the swearing & nudity to shock & gather viewers (Ooooh, this is the REAL thing, that's the way they talked in the olden days, it's REALITY, lol) but to me it's VERY off putting to hear that Shakespearian verbosity mixed with cunt, cock, tits & people fucking.

I'm an avid consumer of porn, so it's really not the acts or words in themselves that turn me off. It's the intention with which they do it.

Let's see if I can get this right... it's like watching Dave "The Jew" Lee climbing that mountain on Just Like Paradise & watching some jackass trying to climb a wall just to impress you.

You see Dave is merely showing you something he likes to do & that's at least a bit entertaining, while the other dude is just trying to get everyone's attention, so you can't help but get the fuck out of there as quickly as possible before something goes horribly wrong.

I'm sorry, I can't explain any better. It's still a bit confusing in my head as well. All I know rite now is, it doesn't sound right & it certainly doesn't help the cause of freedom of speech.

It merely caters to the fuckin' imbeciles & retards of the wor... heh. I just figured WHY they are doing it.

Cheers! :bottle:

Hardrock69
06-22-2011, 01:31 PM
Totally agree.