eCat Censorship: AP News Report Killed Off

Monday, October 31, 2011

The Associated Press have been sitting on the Andrea Rossi World Exclusive for 4 days now. If you ever wondered if your media was controlled, then surely you have your answer now.


In fact, other news coverage live from the event was apparently curtailed to give AP their supposed "exclusive". You need to get angry about this and start holding those people to account, because this is Chinese style information censoring in it's purest form.

On Friday, an event that could possibly change the course of human history occurred, but unless you are one of a small contingent, you would be forgiven for knowing absolutely nothing about it. A 1MW cold fusion reactor designed and built by Italian Andrea Rossi was successfully tested in Bologna, Italy. For over 5 hours it self-sustained producing 470Kwh / p/h with no input power. If this is not worthy of a news story, then I don't know what it.

The old Pons And Fleischmann Argument

Blaming the previous history of Pons and Fleischmann for the lack of news coverage, and that somehow the media are reluctant to look stupid, is a tired and limp argument that is consistently regurgitated by people who refuse to wake up to the truth that they live in an information prison.  It's a convenient excuse, dragged out by mainstream apologists who refuse to believe what they know deep down.

On the day of Friday Oct 28th, AP (Associated Press) were flying in a reporter, supposedly from New York to cover the momentous event.  Even then, the word is that they had to have their arm twisted to even show up, but someone did turn up in the form of Peter Svensson, Technology Writer for the Associated Press, NY, who told Sterling Allan that "the reason the mainstream press hasn't been covering this is because Rossi has been very picky about who he lets in".

Rossi Blamed

Well, even if it were true that Rossi was being selective about which media he allowed to be present, the fact remains that AP WERE THERE, THEY DID GET IN and they DID get the "exclusive" on the night, so the only thing holding themselves back from publishing it NOW is what precisely?

American Reporter Gets The Brush Off From AP

Online newspaper "American Reporter" has been following the eCat story also.  Editor in Chief Joe Shea made enquiries to AP and was given the runaround also:

"This reporter, in fact, was warned by someone named Jerome on its national desk in the early hours of Saturday morning not to be too quick to believe an A.P. Reporter was there - although his name, Peter Svensson, and picture with other journalists appears on some of those sites tonight - and I was criticized for "driving A.P. coverage" of the event." - Joe Shea 

He went on..

"Since the E Cat is just as important as the invention of the radio, the Internet, the light bulb and the atom bomb, and since - as DOE spokesman Sean Murphy told reporters in 2009 about the device's fundamental element, hydrogen - so it can completely replace oil by 2050, this reporter thought he was doing the A.P. a favor when he called up their national desk and told them about it just 30 hours or so before the test."

"Associated Press Science Editor Kit Frieden (kfrieden@ap.org) didn't answer her phone when we called, but I'll will bet you dollars to donuts 1,500 calls from A.P. members would not get her to budge.

"There are no conspiracies, Joe" an A.P. editor in London told me. We sure wonder."

Resist The Supression

I strongly urge everyone reading this to make it your priority to share, discuss, talk and propagate the eCat story as far and as wide as is possible within your social networks.  Let the corporate media know that this won't go away..

I wouldn't blame anyone for writing to, emailing or faxing AP to ask (politely) why they have chosen to spike the story of the century and keep countless millions living in ignorance of a clean energy future. Is it any wonder that newspaper readership is down year on year and that more and more people are finding their news from alternative sources who don't have corporate agendas?

What has happened here is a form of free energy supression where hiding the truth is as simple as not telling the masses the news of revolutionary clean energy technology.

AP Contact Page

AP have some explaining to do.


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16 comments:

Anonymous,  October 31, 2011 at 11:40 AM  

How do we know they are not holding it until Monday or Tuesday? I would imagine it would get more attention from news distributors on a weekday.

Anonymous,  October 31, 2011 at 8:11 PM  

Err, why doesnt anyone 'twitter' the AP reporter as to what is happening?

http://twitter.com/#!/petersvensson

dobermanmacleod October 31, 2011 at 8:21 PM  

Don't worry, I am personally seeing that China and India scientists get the technology. Apparently, our lunch will be eaten by them in the area of cold fusion the same as it has for solar energy and manufacturing jobs. The US is rotten to the core, but what do you expect for empire on the decline?

Ironically, I'll be using this US government commissioned report: Ni+H+K2CO3(heated under pressure)=Cu+lots of heat. Here is a detailed description of the device and formula from a US government contract: www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/GernertNnascenthyd.pdf

FE Truth October 31, 2011 at 9:45 PM  

Err, why doesnt anyone 'twitter' the AP reporter as to what is happening?

http://twitter.com/#!/petersvensson

....................

We have. Still waiting on an answer from him.

muzuzuzus November 1, 2011 at 12:58 AM  

I still dont dig twitter lol...I typed something at that address and it dont show up!
About the suppression by the press, I think there could be a list of contacts here, and I would make an effort to get a response as to why they are not reporting this.

Also in above article there is a typo "If this is not worthy of a news story, then I don't know what it."

Raymond Aitken November 1, 2011 at 1:32 AM  

The Twitter account of the AP reporter (Peter Svensson has 3,728 followers. I don't know how twitter works, but is it possible to copy-in all 3,728 followers (like in email) to the question as to why AP news have so far not published anything at all about the e-Cat test?

Raymond Aitken November 1, 2011 at 2:58 AM  

See CNN iReport "Reporting: Science
BREAKTHROUGH POWER TEST A SUCCESS, BUT A.P. SITS ON IT" by Joe Shea at http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-696792
Make a comment so that CNN upgrade it to their main news site.

Bruce Fast November 1, 2011 at 4:16 AM  

I am not ready to cry foul -- yet. However, it sure smells like a skunk.

Anonymous,  November 1, 2011 at 5:53 AM  

Maybe they are waiting for the news to become
the olds.

They might have a special for history television in the works.

Anonymous,  November 1, 2011 at 12:02 PM  

"somehow the media are reluctant to look stupid." There's two sides to that coin. The media will end up looking stupid because they failed to report on it.

Seanmcgu,  November 2, 2011 at 5:17 AM  

The "Contact AP Page" link above is not working. It has a "space" (%20) at the of it. Here is a working link (sans "space"):
http://www.ap.org/pages/contact/contact.html

(Or after arriving at the page, backspace over the last three characters "%20" in the address bar and hit Return.)

Peter Heckert November 2, 2011 at 5:26 AM  

Hey hope they will show their observations and the videos to experts in this field.
Military experts should be able to say if this heat dissipator and these pipes can have emmited 470 kW into air. I doubt it. Hot flimmering air was not visible.

Better publish a well written expertise than a quick shot.

Bruce Fast November 2, 2011 at 8:34 AM  

Earlier I said that I would not yet cry foul. However, I am now crying foul. Mark Gibbs of Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/markgibbs/2011/10/30/believing-in-cold-fusion-and-the-e-cat/ has effectively written a rebuttal to his previous article. Wikipedia has slated "Energy Catalyzer" for deletion. Attempt to hush up the e-cat has become crystal clear.

I have helped spread the news with a similar post to this on nickelpower.org (referencing this post).

Anonymous,  November 2, 2011 at 3:39 PM  

Of course, there's also the possibility that the AP is concerned with what a lot of other people are--that what Rossi is claiming might not be true. I hope he's true, but an AP wire goes out around the world. Cold fusion has a significant body of research over the last thirty years or so showing that it's a real but not yet understood phenomenon. It has the potential to alter the entire world. But if Rossi's conning people, it will doom the real thing forever.

Anonymous,  November 12, 2011 at 5:35 AM  

they didnt release it because there is no story. until rossi submits the details out there for peer review and testing. it's just an unverifiable claim.

Anonymous,  January 13, 2012 at 5:34 PM  

Ap breakthrough 'exclusive' coming soon.

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