There’s an encouraging comment by Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today in response to a question asking about what he is doing with the E-Cat SKL in the present time, and whether the coronavirus situation has caused delays.
November 30, 2020 at 4:44 AM
The Covid has caused delays, but not in the measure necessary to create relevant damages.
Preesently I am working in remote with all the Team and I work in a laboratory testing the Ecat to consolidate the reliability of the device.
I dare to define the progress excellent, both under the experimental point of view and under the theoretical point of view.
Excellent is not a normal adjective that Rossi uses when asked about how his work is going. Typically he emphasizes the need to work hard and work through problems, etc. Maybe this is why he was prompted to make a promise that the presentation would be held in 2021.
Regarding the presentation, I recently asked whether it has been decided yet what will be shown when the presentation is held. He replied, “moreless yes”.