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Originally posted by moebius
The latest article by Krivit shows a possible investor scam scheme by Rossi.
You make a few demonstrations with some scientists attending as passive observers to get public interest. Then you contact universities and state institutions(NASA) to confirm the claims. But your true incentive is to bait investors with the contracts. Later you back down from the contracts quietly still living from the contract fame.
Further speculation by me:
To keep your investors interested you "sell" a working device to a secret customer ideally with some rumors about military involvement to make it sound credible.
As the time passes investors might get nervous and money running out. You have to make more fantastic claims. You report about immediate commercialization, mass production, 100k preorders and a ridiculously low product price of 600$.
How long could someone run such a scam (hypothetically) as there would be a lot of money involved I think?
Originally posted by pteridine
Do you claim collusion between Rossi, Piantelli, and Defkalion? Are they all scamming?
Originally posted by EasyPleaseMe
reply to post by pteridine
Sterling Allen has tweeted that Defkalion have a LENR device with some gamma emissions and 'blips' in the instrumentation when a 'reaction' occurs. They supposedly have an active and inactive reaction chambers for testing purposes and 7 groups are lined up to test with their own instrumentation.
Since my last post I have found out that Allen knows squat about physics and has been scammed more than once in the past.
No it doesn't, because it doesn't explain how the coulomb barrier is overcome. But for someone who doesn't know physics i suppose the animation is cool. Quite a "necrobump" by the way.
originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
Watching the process makes alot of sense
Established: Energetics Technologies of Israel is actively pursuing commercialization of cold fusion research that originated in Russia. They are trying to enhance the cold fusion reaction by utilizing a concept known as the "superwave effect", which theoretically can increase the cold fusion reaction to a level at which it can be used in a commercial energy device. Unfortunately, little is known about the inner workings of this company. Their research developments are only sporadically revealed at international science conferences dedicated to this field. No Known Company Website.