posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 07:44 PM
Here is the deal:
The "believers" argue that the initial energy needed to "heat up" the reactor is not relevant, since this initial heat-up would only be required every
They also argue that this initial energy needed gets "less relevant" the longer the reactor runs and the more energy it produces.
In theory, this sounds all nice and great....the problem is only we don't have a reactor which already ran days or weeks or months.
At todays test, something else was observed:
While the reactor was in "sustained mode" allegedly producing the 470kWh ("out of nothing")...it was still connected (!) by wires to a 500kW biodiesel
generator which was STILL RUNNING during the duration of the test!
Of course, they say it doesn't matter since all what matters is that the customer did their tests, the customer knew the generator was CONNECTED but
(allegedly) knew/checked it didnt participate in generating the energy etc..etc...
HOWEVER - for me personally this does look fishy...in fact if this whole thing is legit i don't understand why they kept the generator running? (Even
if they claim it didn't supply power).
On a public relations level...i think Rossi kind of fails..or he simply doesn't have any interest to convince people. Such are stupid mistakes which
could have been avoided...but they didn't.
Now every skeptic can simply say there is a chance that the generator was supplying energy...and until proven WRONG, also *todays* test is not proof,
edit on 28-10-2011 by flexy123 because: (no reason given)