Thursday, April 14, 2016

If It Seems Too Good To Be True, There Will Be a Law Suit

You will probably never read this in any Main Stream Media™ publication, but In Progress has never been afraid of the fringes frontiers of science and technology. As reported earlier, Rossi and Industrial Heat, the company that bought the licensing rights in the U.S. from Rossi for his E-Cat machine, have been testing a 1 mega watt version during the past year. The 352 day test is finished and the independent report has been completed. According to Rossi the report was so good that he has filed a suit against Industrial Heat for failure to live up to its obligations. You can get your "devil is in the details" of this miracle energy source here and here.

This is going to be a great, wild ride. It's too good for Main Stream Media™ to leave alone for much longer.


Big Myk said...

Yes, Rossi has sued Industrial Heat asserting the Industrial Heat has not made full payment on a licensing agreement involving E-Cat technology. Industrial Heat had paid $11 million. According to the license agreement, Industrial Heat was supposed to pay Rossi another $89 million after the successful completion of a one-year operating test in February 2016. Apparently, the issue of the case is that unrelenting question of whether the E-Cat actually works or works well enough. In a press release issued in response to the complaint, Industrial Heat said that Rossi's claims "are without merit .... Industrial Heat has worked for over three years to substantiate the results claimed by Mr. Rossi from the E-Cat technology – all without success."
For a lot of detail, as well as links to the legal complaint and its exhibits see: Blog/An Impossible Invention.

James R said...

Nice find. Your search techniques are laudable. This site is gold. It could have saved me a lot of time. There's a lot of material here. I haven't read everything, but it looks like a fairly measured and intelligent analysis of the saga. (At first glance the presentation of the site appears as uncluttered as the writing.)

The blogger seems to slightly favor Rossi and a valid E-Cat, but is wary enough to present opposing views. It's interesting that the opposing views on the validity of the device and tests center around whether or not Rossi has given all the intellectual property details to Industrial Heat.

I keep coming back to the press. I think this controversy would be cleared up more quickly if these facts and conjectures were being hammered out in the marketplace of public ideas and opinions. The press would add pressure to get to the truth of the technology sooner. I don't hold any conspiracy theories here, so I don't see stories on this technology being hidden much longer.