Focardi-Rossi Reactor

New Details on the Focardi-Rossi Reactor have been made public by the Swedish Sceptics Society. They have observed the device in action and made calculations of the energy input and required output to achieve the amount of water to steam conversion required for the amount of water flowing into the system.

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“Any chemical process should be ruled out for producing 25 kWh from whatever is in a 50 cubic centimeter container. The only alternative explanation is that there is some kind of a nuclear process that gives rise to the measured energy production.”

Their analyses showed that the pure powder consists of essentially pure nickel, while the used powder contains several other substances, mainly 10 percent copper and 11 percent iron.

“Provided that copper is not one of the additives used as catalyst, the copper isotopes 63 and 65 can only have been formed during the process. Their presence is therefore a proof that nuclear reactions took place in the process,” Kullander said

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