The E-Cat Moment (Billy Jackson)

The following post has been submitted by Billy Jackson The Moment. Tick . . . tick . . . tick . . . Slowly and steady the second hand marches forward inexhaustible, undaunted, and unstoppable. There are only a few times in our lives that we face events that irrevocably change us on an almost […]

The Slow Pace of Technological Progress (Guest Post by Billy Jackson)

The following post has been submitted by Billy Jackson The Slow Pace of Technological Progress “When the Wright Brothers first began seriously thinking about the challenge of manned flight, their only goal was the notoriety that would come from being the first ones to solve the problem.  Soon, they came to realize that flying held […]
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Rossi’s E-Cat Could Take us to the Stars (Guest Post)

The following guest post was submitted by Billy Jackson Only a few times in history are we given the privilege of witnessing true greatness. Inventors, Scientist, and Engineers toil away developing and expounding on the technologies that improve the quality of our lives. These few but exceptional individuals are the engine that drives the foundation […]
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The Backfire Effect and Cold Fusion (Guest Post)

The following is a guest post by Billy Jackson The Backfire Effect 10 June 2011 The Misconception: When your beliefs are challenged with facts, you alter your opinions and incorporate the new information into your thinking. The Truth: When your deepest convictions are challenged by contradictory evidence, your beliefs get stronger.  The backfire effect is […]
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The Art of Objectivity With the E-Cat

The following post was submitted by E-Cat World reader Billy Jackson. “While it’s true that at least 99% of revolutionary announcements from the fringes of science are just as bogus as they seem, we cannot dismiss every one of them without investigation. If we do, then we’ll certainly take our place among the ranks of […]
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