Here's one of those stories(this one shared by Mr. S.D.) that quietly slipped under the radar of the lamestream media, but if it's true, it  may be a significant indicator of things to come:

Rossi states that 1 megawatt energy catalyzer is being used for commercial heat production

The real meat of this short article consists of of an email exchange which appears at the bottom, which, if the exchange is true, indicates some significant, though quiet developments:

February 26th, 2015 at 2:43 PM

Dr Rossi:
Can you say now if the 1 MW plant is working? Is it already producing heat in the factory of the Customer ? Is the Customer making its production using the heat made by the 1 MW plant?
Now, months after when you said the first time it has been delivered, I hope you can answer to this.

Andrea Rossi
February 26th, 2015 at 4:58 PM

JC Renoir:
1- yes
2- yes
3- yes
Warm Regards,

In other words, the questions, and Dr. Rossi's answers, are as follows:

  1. Is there a one megawatt E-CAT cold fusion device operating? Yes;
  2. There are TWO questions here, one implied, and one obsvious. The implied question is: has a device been sold to an unnamed customer for prolonged commercial trials? Implied answer: yes. Is it producing heat for the customer? Yes;
  3. Is the device actually allowing the customer to manufacture or produce whatever it is he manufactures or produces? (Implied question: is the E-CAT device in commercial use?) Yes.

Of course, Rossi has come under a great deal of criticism, not only for the nature of his claims, but also for the secrecy with which he has surrounded his project. The secrecy has, of course, not helped Rossi's case nor his image, for such secrecy, in conjunction with fantastic claims, has been the hallmark of the garage-inventor. But unlike such inventors, Rossi has allowed enough information about his process out, and as regular readers here know, recently the Universities of Bologna and Uppsala have examined the basic process involved in Rossi's E-CAT reactor, and concluded that there is excess heat, and that this is the result of a nuclear process.

Now we have a similar claim, with a difference: Rossi has apparently sold a unit of his reactor to some commercial enterprise, doubtless in a kind of preliminary prolonged test. Again, we do not know to whom he sold it, nor how long the test will take. But this is an important clue to what Rossi may be trying to do, and why he is doing it this way. The literature abounds of other such inventors who have made wild claims for some process or invention: John Worrell Keeley, Thomas Townsend Brown, Wilhelm Reich, Moray King, Royal Raymond Rife, and even the late work of Nikola Tesla - his wireless transmission of power - remains shrouded in a  veil of secrecy and ambiguity. Other lesser known inventors could be added to the list. In Reich's and Rife's case, the full weight of establishment science came smashing down on both men, ruining both, and shuffling whetever secrets and inventions they may have known into the silence and secrecy. Where is Rife's "tunable microscope?" No one knows.

Rossi, it would appear, is taking no chances, and appears to be doling his device and its operational procedures out one by one, to customers he trusts. Doubtless there are numerous contractual obligations. Rossi is, in other words, perhaps trying to create a critical mass of users of his device, to the extent that no rollback would be possible. Rossi is no fool, for he is also surely aware that a sudden public release could conceivably wreak havoc in the global system of finance, based as it is on the "petro-dollar."

Whether all this is true or not, the implications of this story, if true, are immense: cold fusion is now out as a workable, usable, commercial process. And that will change the name of the energy game significantly. Rossi's behavior is telling us  "it won't happen suddenly, or overnight, but it will happen, because it already is."

See you on the flip side...


Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. amrta on March 24, 2015 at 7:41 am

    Rumor has it that your electric meter has a free energy device in it, perhaps that little gizmo that goes round and round, which actually delivers some of the power load itself, thereby lessening the amount required from the power company.

    Supposedly, the ability to tap into the universal power grid, once one understands the basic principles, is simplicity itself, and that just a little spinning wheel in your meter could be enough for a substantial portion of your power requirements.

  2. yankee phil on March 24, 2015 at 2:53 am

    Not for nothin but hasn’t anyone figuared out why the internal physical description of Rossi’s fusion generator is very similar to Von Brauns description of the crashed roswell discs internals that von Braun “in the fifties” stated it looked like probably a cold fusion engine of sorts. Shouldn’t some kind of alarm bell go off when dots like this connect?Rossi will not reveal the process in full till he has international patent protection. By the way when NASA checked it they concluded that cold fusion may be involved as it produced 7 times more energy than any chemical electrical process could produce with the materials used in Rossi’s device. No news on neutrino release though.

  3. yankee phil on March 24, 2015 at 2:31 am

    Rossi’s big problem is going to be getting the international patent on his cold fusion process that is still pending approval or denial. He’s already got a patent in Italy but I think he’ll run into trouble with the american patent as one of the space industries may have this patent under a secret patent that can’t be used or even admitted to in the public domain. This could be quite a problem for the space industry since this patent process is already on the books in Italy for Rossi to make use of locally and perhaps within the euro union as well.

  4. old97polarcat on March 22, 2015 at 12:19 pm

    You’re overlooking an important point about Rossi: He has been partnered with Industrial Heat for a long time now. He’s not working on this alone. He has the backing of a real-world engineering firm. Now, whether IH is upfront about its goals in working with Rossi, is another question. It’s possible they’re on board for less than noble reasons. Despite the personal pasting he’s taken and continues to take in main-stream science, he’s managed to keep this thing moving forward, step-by-step, in a truly remarkable way.

  5. Patricia on March 22, 2015 at 6:23 am

    Got ~ $1.5 billion?

    The ECAT 1MW plant is now available on the market.

    Sign up and pre-order, and secure your place on a waiting list with the right to priority treatment and faster product delivery.

  6. MadMax on March 21, 2015 at 5:19 pm


    Have you seen this? VERY interesting things going on at the LHC too..

    CERN: Scientists Talk Of ‘Parallel Universes, Extra Dimensions’

    The IFLScience website highlights a physics Letter B Paper titled “Absence of black holes at LHC due to gravity’s rainbow,” where we see scientific research which indicates the very real possibility of CERN truly opening extra dimensions and parallel universes.

    However, according to Professor Mir Faizal from the University of Waterloo, “Normally, when people think of the multiverse, they think of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, where every possibility is actualized,” he said to “This cannot be tested and so it is philosophy and not science.” Nonetheless, Faizal considers the test for a different sort of parallel universes almost within our grasp.

    Many of the things that you have talked about in your book are about to become “more than Sci-Fi”…..


    • marcos toledo on March 21, 2015 at 6:06 pm

      Max Sci-Fi is at it’s best is true speculation as against official science. Which is political-religious dogma masquerading as science academia knows on which side it’s bread is buttered.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 22, 2015 at 7:52 am

        Sadly, all too tue

  7. TRM on March 21, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    Or they still can’t control the huge spikes in heat and have an intermittent source of heat that gives off a lot heat a couple times a day but you don’t know when.

    Heat water and let the water dissipate the heat over several hours. Somewhere in Siberia there is a greenhouse with very low heating bills.


  8. Jon on March 21, 2015 at 12:29 pm

    I Rife’s case especially, there was little to no secrecy, and over a dozen physicians were using his devices clinically with great success.

    These men were also harrassed, attacked, and one even killed.

    Moray tried a mix of secrecy about certain parts of his work (processes and chemical components) and openness – he allowed scientists and engineers to disassemble and inspect his device. The result was death threats, attempts on his life, and an assualt in his own laboratory at gunpoint – ostensibly by a Russian agent.

    He went armed and had his car bullet-proofed.

    The number of inventors who have been attacked, threatened, destroyed economically, or even killed outright is long, and more often than not, involves complicity by government agencies in extremely serious felonies.

    If there is nothing to this, then why the extreme reactions? What do they fear? The “public” excuse of trying to protect the people from fraud doesn’t wash – the government gives massive aid and assisstance to all manner of fraudulent enterprises causing poverty, illness, and death on a huge scale every day. That dog don’t hunt, as they say in the South.

    • Jon on March 21, 2015 at 12:30 pm

      “In Rife’s case” . . .

  9. Russ on March 21, 2015 at 11:45 am

    Indeed Rossi’s efforts are having an impact… Here’s a post on my blog about the Saudi’s recognizing an oil black swan may be on the horizon.

  10. marcos toledo on March 21, 2015 at 9:49 am

    Andrea Rossi is covering his and his company ass. Secretly selling and leasing his cold fusion machines so as to prevent sabotage to them. And to protect e-cat technology reputation from the charge of it being fraudulent by the sycophant press ever so ready to declare fake and fraud any idea that displeases their masters and threaten their power strangle hold.

  11. Aridzonan_13 on March 21, 2015 at 9:35 am

    The PTB have a problem. Stealing something is only half of the process. Fencing it is the other half. The problem they face, is when these supposed bogus 20, 30, 50, 100 year old inventions come rolling out now. How are they going to spin their media cruxifictions of the original inventors? They are counting on massive Joe Public amnesia.. Will they get it? Or will they rx serious blow back for forcing society to endure prolonged technological retardation to enrich the 1%?

    • Lost on March 21, 2015 at 9:52 am

      By encouraging Google, and the like, to discriminate “fact” from “fiction”.

  12. Robert Barricklow on March 21, 2015 at 8:37 am

    Those who control the present, control the past and those who control the past control the future.

    Ipso Facto.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 21, 2015 at 9:00 am

      En passant[in passing],
      When breezing through today I ran across this headline:
      “There are no Madmen in ‘EU’ to send peacekeepers to Ukraine”.

      • Blue Dragon Lord on March 21, 2015 at 11:36 am

        nice one a pawn passing a pawn fits so well and can be the winning move as most tie throws the opponent so when a hero steps forward the gesture is seen with awe i like it.

        • Robert Barricklow on March 24, 2015 at 3:42 pm

          You play chess I take?

          I’ve played since high school.
          Used to make money on it in college;
          until a young freshman cleaned my clock.

  13. Lost on March 21, 2015 at 6:33 am

    Well until a couple of years ago, there was a party selling a modern version of the Rife microscope.

    And they had been doing so since the 1990s.

    Currently: The engineer who built, refined and invented it (he was certainly aware of Rife) has retired, but the company claims to be working with some party, who built the microscopes for the last 20 years with the inventor, and this other engineer has serious plans to bring the microscope back into production. (Must say the marketing videos had amazing imagery–in colour, not desiccated–contrasted with imagery from a scanning electron microscope of similar objects)

    As for Wilhelm Reich, it’s cheap and easy to build an orgone accumulator and even a cloud buster. And the basic points of the BION experiments (pleomorphism) Reich did can be easily repeated with a highschool grade 2015 microscope.

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