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Ecat, Rossi and his slick website

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 1:52 pm
by Richard Hull
This is more of a heads up than any major item. Check out this website. Check out his fusor and its definition. Also check out the products tab.

http://ecat.com/

He is offering a 1.5 megawatt Rossi fusion plant for $1.5 million with a 4 or 5 month scheduled delivery!!

What?!!!

Amazing! This is probably as close to calling out the bunko squad as anyone in this area has come. One sale with delivery and failure to produce as advertised and it's prison time. Smart money tells me that a contract signing would have a whole lot of legal wrangling such that failure is possible and it all falls back on the purchaser, (legally).

Another possibility is that the first guy with cash looking for 1.5 megawatts will send them crabbing laterally into a zone where they say, "well that is a project that has yet to be finalized, but is to be offered once the go ahead is given from corporate HQ."

Slick website and bold promises, certainly a notch up the food chain in this normally murky and hoakie biz. This is one I gotta' follow, if but for the amusement.

Richard Hull

Re: Ecat, Rossi and his slick website

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 2:42 pm
by Jeroen Vriesman
Strange....

I always wonder what the next step is, how long can they take orders without delivering a product?

This is another one, funny to read, you can buy a "portable energy generator" for only 5000,- euro:
http://keshefoundation.org/en/shop/product/view/2/3

it also cures migraine.....
http://www.keshefoundation.org/en/appli ... eactors-en

Re: Ecat, Rossi and his slick website

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 2:42 pm
by Mike Beauford
I'll bet this is a shell corporation, just a hunch given the mailing address. It looks like its Rossi's apt. building address.

http://blog.newenergytimes.com/2012/02/ ... ssis-wife/

Someone tried to file a NRC complaint against this mailing address.
http://shutdownrossi.com/wp-content/upl ... port-s.pdf

Richard, like you said, it's going to get interesting really fast once someone pays money for this and there's a contract.

my 2 cents

Re: Ecat, Rossi and his slick website

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:11 pm
by Chris Bradley
> "Who invented the ECAT? The ECAT was invented by the Italian engineer named Andrea Rossi who has spent his entire professional career in the energy production field."

...well, perhaps not quite the whole of his career. Does the time he spent in prison, arising from his 'Petroldragon' incinerator, count as being 'in the energy production field'?

Re: Ecat, Rossi and his slick website

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 7:56 pm
by Edward Miller
How are they calling their device a fusor???
http://ecat.com/ecat-questions/what-is-a-fusor