Nowadays, one of the major concerns of many people is the ever rising bills on fuel prices. Every time the oil price increases, commodities and services also become more expensive. The world has become completely dependent on fossil fuels that the industry is capable of holding all of us as economic hostages. This is the reason why when Italian inventor Andrea Rossi announced his invention of the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction powered E-Cat, some sectors welcomed the news enthusiastically.
It has been more than a year since Rossi, together with Bologna University physicist Sergio Focaldi made their first E-Cat demonstration. The device is said to be able to generate cheap, abundant and safe energy. Although still on its initial stages of developments, the possibilities of the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction makes our future looks brighter. This is the reason why people continue to follow the story of the Rossi E-cat. The hope for a brighter future is what keeps people interested in Low Energy Nuclear Reaction technology. It can become the world’s alternative to its reliance on carbon fuels.
The film, There’s No Tomorrow, which is produced by Incubate Pictures and sponsored by the Post Carbon Institute showed a typical and gloomy world view while it contemplates our future with our dependence on future carbon-based fuels. This gloomy outlook could possibly happen unless we find a viable alternative source of energy. Until now, nuclear energy, solar power, wind mills and other alternative energy sources does not stop our dependence on oil.
However, if the use of LENR technology can really produce cheap, abundant and clean energy, our energy prospects for the future will surely change. The breakthrough announcement of Andrea Rossi that he was able to manufacture a device powered by Low Energy Nuclear Reaction is worth looking into. This is the first verifiable LENR device ever produced and may device signal the beginning of a new and better energy age. Recently, Andrea Rossi’s announced that Leonardo Corporation is planning to open the one Mega Watt Rossi plant to the public. Plans are underway to make it possible for the public to visit and inspect the LENR plant. This was also perceived as response to the announcement by Dekaflion Technologies, their rival, that they are also getting ready to launch their own LENR powered device in the general market. By making the one Mega Watt E-Cat plant open to the public first, Rossi hopes to be the first one to put an LENR device in the public domain. Rossi has also expressed that he will resist the moves of Dekaflion by legal means.
With these developments in the field of the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, the future of the world may not be how it is depicted in the film, There’s no Tomorrow. Use of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction will completely change our world and will end our dependence on carbon-based fuels.
Mainstream science has until now shown indifference to the gains made Andrea Rossi in the field of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction. This has slowed down the LENR research due to a dearth in funding and other kinds of support from the media and the scientific community. This did not stop Rossi from going ahead with his research and it remains to be seen if the E-Cat is what he claims it is. Some details about the E-Cat device has been kept as a trade secret by Andrea Rossi for fear that other businessmen will imitate his invention. It does not help that he does not have the US and EU E-Cat patent until now so that his fears are well founded. In the meantime, we can only hope that the invention can truly stop our reliance on the world’s depleting oil resource so that our fears for the future will disappear.
By autumn of this year, Leonardo Corporation is set to start mass producing the Home E-Cat heater. In unconfirmed report, Dekaflion is getting to launch the Hyperion E-Cat device. This indicates that the research has been finished and that the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction study has moved to the actual production of the device. Our wait will soon be over and we would perhaps know what lays ahead in our energy-dependent world.