Recently, the Energy Catalyzer Guide came up with a list of pros and cons for Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat technology amidst persistent demand of some sectors in the scientific community to subject his device through third party validation. It must be noted that Andrea Rossi has been consistently declining such demands and his reasons has always been clear and straight forward. For the sake of those that have been following the E-Cat story recently, here are some points of advantages for Rossi not to prove his technology.
The first point highlighted by the Energy Catalyzer Guide was the competitive advantage that Rossi can achieve, or should we say has already achieved, by keeping the scientific community clueless on what’s really going on inside the E-Cat’s reactor. Rossi learned his lessons well with his experience with Defkalion. To say that these scientists are simply interested in knowing how Rossi’s E-Cat works so they can come up with their own product, is an understatement.
Another reason Rossi should not waste his time and energy to prove his invention is the economy of time and energy itself. Andrea Rossi already knows his devices work. Why waste time and energy to prove it to those who do not believe in it. He made a promise to bring E-Cat products to the market before this year ends. His time and energy can be put to better use in doing the things necessary in order for him to deliver his promise to the public.
On the other hand, the Energy Catalyzer Guide also pointed out the advantages if Andrea Rossi will get the approval or endorsement from the scientific community, should he subject his E-Cat to a third party validation. He will be officially recognized as the inventor of the first commercial-ready LENR device. But it all depends if such recognition is important for Rossi. Rossi is first and foremost and engineer. Engineers make things that work regardless of scientific proof.