The E-Cat has been snubbed in the previous months by mainstream scientists because nobody was able to explain the nuclear fusion that takes place in its nuclear core.
However, an announcement states that cold fusion is actually a Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR). This means that the Rossi E-Cat unit is officially considered by a respected scientist as an LENR device.
The source for this information is Citi5, where we learn about the Flash Summit to happen on December 7. It seems like LENR is becoming a more popular description for the power of the future as cold fusion becomes extinct. This is due to the work of respected scientist Brian Ahern.
Mr. Ahern received his PhD in material science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For the last 17 years, he has been involved in research and development at the USAF Rome Lab at Hancom Air Force Base. He also holds an impressive number of 26 patents. He is the one who discovered that LENR works “on the nanoscale level and involves a formerly misunderstood and rarely explored attribute of nano-magnetism.”
According to him, LENR can be explained by “energy localization at the nano-scale circumvents the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics.” He further states that nature has now evolved evolved to take advantage of these available energy exchange mechanisms at this size scale. The phenomenon has been observed and identified in 1996 and is called the “Oscillons in relation to Chaos Theory”. It is more understood nowadays.
This is considered a very daring statement and it suggests that the phenomenon could account for the persistent mystery regarding the unification of physics.
It now looks like Rossi’s E-Cat should be at least easier to understand, if not explained scientifically, and E-Cat enthusiasts are looking forward to a very interesting year.