In the latest video released by NASA, Dr. Joseph Zawodny acknowledges the impact of a clean nuclear energy and says that LENR:
‘has the demonstrated ability to produce excess amounts of energy, cleanly, without hazardous ionizing radiation, without producing nasty waste’.
As we’ve already covered here, the Senior Research Scientist at NASA exemplifies his theories with a potential device, which does exactly the same thing as Andrea Rossi’s ECat: acts like a common heater and electricity provider for homes.
So, basically, one of the most important governmental agency on what’s concerning new scientific technologies publicly confirms (finally) the existence and potential of LENR. The agency’s interest in LENR is quite normal, as any kind of nuclear-like reaction involves high amounts of energy density that can be used by NASA for so many purposes:
from Space Access to In Space Propulsion and On Planet Power. In addition, NASA could avoid so-called RTGs – generators based on heat from decaying plutonium-238 which is dangerous to handle and, moreover, is getting scarce. (via Ny Teknik)
Knowing the recent history between Andrea Rossi and NASA’s interest in
partnering up studying the Ecat, we can’t but ponder why they’ve been waiting until now to make everything so public.
Maybe they want a slice of the popularity vote LENR is currently getting (mostly due to the ECat).
It may be because NASA understands the breakthrough value of the ECat as the first LENR device on the market, in which case they’re a little late at the party, because Rossi has already done more than theorized upon the matter and came up with the much controversial, yet working prototype device one year ago today.
Or, maybe Rossi’s right when he says:
The big science, after trying to ridiculize us, now has understood that the E-Cat works, so now they are trying to copy and make patents to overcome us, discourage us and trying with this sophysticated way to stop us under a disguise of an indirect vindication. Is a smart move, but they are underevaluating us. I will never stop, within one year we will start the delivery of million pieces at 50 $/kW, with a totally new concept, at that point the game will be over. This technology must be popular, must cost a very low price, must be a real revoluton, not a bunch of theoretical (wrong) chatters.
What do you think?