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Andrea Rossi says: "Yes It's a Breakthrough". E-Cat 1 MW Unit Test, October 28, 2011

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Published on Oct 28, 2011

Here is a brief excerpt from the approximate 1-hour results announcement and question and answer session held this evening in Bologna.

He points out that hot fusion has yet to acheive overunity at all (and doesn't expect to for at least another 5 million), despite billions spent in R&D. So getting 470 kilowatts of continuos power while in self-sustaining mode (no external input) is indeed a breakthrough.

Here's a transcription:

"Mister [Paolo] Soglia has asked me if I think that the test of today is a breakthrough. I think yes, because I think today we have seen enough. No more small five or ten kilowatt units, but now we have overcame the difficulties connected with the basic engineering to make something that.... You know, to go in self sustain mode and make 400 [actually 479] kilowatt hours per hour... To understand that this is a breakthrough... "

You can also think that hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent to try to have a COP [coefficient of performance] of 1.1 with nuclear fusion. Today we have made a theoretically endless COP making 470 kilowatt hour per hour of completely free energy, free of fuel. Yes, I think this is a breakthrough."

"Of course this is the first step, but it is a very important first step...."

Video shot by Sterling D. Allan of Pure Energy Systems News.

See http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_...

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