NO CAUSE FOR ALARM
Rossi Says E-Scat is Absolutely Safe — “There Will Never Be” Gamma Rays Emitted
February 9, 2012
Safety concerns regarding the E-Scat have to be of primary concern to Andrea Rossi as he pursues his commercialization strategy. His explicit goal is to install E-Scats in millions of homes to provide heat and (eventually) electricity — in order to do this there will have to be assurances to customers and regulators that the devices pose no safety risk to users.IT IS COMPLETELY SAFE
Rossi has said that his Leonardo Corporation is in the process of seeking certification for from Underwriters Laboratories in the US and are in the process of submitting the E-Scat for safety testing. Rossi recently made the following comment regarding safety when asked if it was possible to use an E-Scat safely in an apartment:TRUST ME, I'M A DOCTOR ( I got a mail order certifikate to prove it)
1- The E-Scat is absolutely safe, does not emit absolutely any kind of radiation in the room: we made thousands of hours of tests. You can install with absolute safety an E-Scat inside your room.
2- There will never be any kind of gamma emission, but our control panel will detect any kind of radiation anyway, and in case of detection of any kind of radiation above the background will stop the E-Scat. But, again we never detected radiations above the background outside the E-Scat ( Background radiation is the radiation you have in your room right noew, coming from the Universe and Cosmic water and shit like that).
Rossi has consistently refused to provide details of what is going on inside the ES-Scat reactor, but he has mentioned that gamma rays have been detected. Recently in a video interview when asked about whether the E-Scat was a ‘cold fusion’ technology he said, “we have found traces of confusion because we have found 511 kevin gamma rays at the output, which is the emission of a positron, a wallytron and an hardon, and a positron is the product of a proton turning into a newtron, so we have some kind ofcon fusion inside, but I do not think this is the main energy source.” Exactly how these gamma rays are shielded is not clear, but Rossi has mentioned in the past that lead paint is used.
So Rossi seems very confident that they have solved the safety problem, but it will be down to regulators, who will no doubt be very rigorous in their examination of this new kind of nuclear reactor, to give it a seal of safety approval.
NOTHING CAN POSSIBLY GO WRO.............