eCat: Customer Is Large, Well Known Industrial Group

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Rossi Inside The 1MW Fusion Plant
Yesterday there was a rumor doing the rounds  that Rossi's customer was in fact the US Navy. Today however, Daniele Passerini, the Italian blogger and close friend of Giuseppe Levi (who is normally clued into inside information) said the customer "is a well-known and large industrial group".

"And finally we come to the E-Cat, in particular the first test plant of 1 MW.  Beyond the short time available to me to write, I have very good reasons at this time to keep a low profile and not talk about it on the blog, I'd rather not say more until October 29. Then try to make it up to an account by providing as much detail as possible, but as far as possible. I hope that by then there may be updates as well on the opening of the E-Cat experiments in Uppsala and University of Bologna.

I confirm that there is a customer interested in buying the 1 MW if the test is successful: it is a well-known and largest industrial group (I gave my word not to say below). I confirm that the test set-up mode is "closed doors" have been requested by the customer."

Passerini has since January, been a proven highly credible source of information because of his friendship with Giuseppe Levi and his close involvement with behind-the-scenes events in Bologna.  A well-known, large industrial group who could put their weight and financial muscle behind mainstream adoption of LENR could catapult the eCat from relative obscurity to the most talked about phenomena in living memory.

It is extremely difficult to think of another prior development or invention in history that could bring such dramatic change in a short time to so many people. But with the promise of change and shifting economic and geopolitical power balances comes censorship from the networks of mainstream corporations that really run the planet.

Reporting on the eCat is like fighting an information war and like any war the first casualty is always the truth.

More Mainstream Media Censorship

Yesterday, we also had some more concerning reports of mainstream censorship of the eCat and all the events in Bologna.Vaughan Granfield used our Open Blog to tell us the following:

"I have recently been bloging the British  news paper called The Guardian about various possibilities and possible applications  of how the e/cat may help humanity industry and the environment .But i find that they are removeing all traces of any blog that even uses the words Andrea Rossi or E/cat except a few just to cover themselves. If any British bloggers dare, try the guardian and see how free we are."

*Free Energy Truth has also separately contacted a handful of very high profile media figures and organizations for comment on the eCat and have received either no response, or no comment.

Wikipedia Gatekeepers Continuing Their Own Brand Of Censorship

"On October 6th 2011 an E-cat ran in a completely stable self sustained mode for over three hours. The power output was estimated to be between two and three kilowatts. Roland Pettersson, retired Associate Professor from the University of Uppsala, who witnessed it said "I'm convinced that this works, but there is still room for more measurements", was removed entirely. It's sourced to a reliable source so I see no need to delete it. - Liftarn

"Quite right too - until we see the results of independent scientific investigations published in a reputable peer-reviewed journal, to describe such fluff as 'information' is a breach of Wikipedia policy. - AndyTheGrump

So there you have it folks.  If information does not exist in a peer reviewed publication, then it does not exist, (According to Wikipedia), even when that information comes from a reputable source. The information the masses are getting to see by is being filtered, sanitized and cherry picked.  Perhaps the drooling pseudosceptics who police Wikipedia have part-time jobs manning the Chinese Firewall?

I've got news for them. They will lose the information war.



Anonymous,  October 27, 2011 at 6:11 PM  

I do not know the reasons of Daniele Passerini to stop writing about the e-cat: may be they are valid but, from my point of view, he should write as much as he can about this topic because his blog has many followers and we need to spread out this information before "they" can stop it. Main stream are blackened and we must use blogs on the internet to replace them, we must talk to friends, collegues, neightbours... By the way, thank you to for doing that.

Anonymous,  October 27, 2011 at 8:24 PM  

The information on Wikipedia can always be edited by anyone in any moment.

Anonymous,  October 27, 2011 at 8:38 PM  

Daniele Passerini stopped writing... until 28 October 2011.

Then he will write a complete report.

Stefano Cicchiello October 27, 2011 at 9:28 PM  

I can't imagine the reasons that "shut the mouth" of passerini , but since he is a good friend of Levi , and since Rossi asked to not say a word , well he is an hounorable man cause he's keeping his word .
keep dreaming

Jim Bowery October 27, 2011 at 11:17 PM  

Since the Wikipedia "editors" are anonymous, they have nothing personally to lose by suppressing the truth.

analogmanca October 28, 2011 at 3:09 AM  

This is what the world needs, free energy. It could not be comeing along at a better time.I have reviewed all I can find on the test data of the ecat, and unless I have missed it, I cant find the data on the quantity ( in grams)
of crack that one needs to ingest to have a successfull run of the ecat.
I am also uncertain if a single exposure is sufficient to produce this effect or if ongoing use is needed.If ongoing use is required then maybe it should be included as a input cost to run the ecat successfully.
Keep up the good work!

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