Rossi Should Not Reveal The Catalyst, Until Intellectual Property Rights Are Protected
I have an interest in science, but as I am not a scientist, I care much less about understanding the physics of why the E-Cat device works than whether it produces heat or not. Instinctively, I have had a positive opinion of the E-Cat since first hearing about the device in January, 2011. After the March 2013 independent tests by accredited scientists obtained positive results, I have no doubt that it works, and that there has never been anything hidden under a deceptive sleeve. Eventually, the world will understand the science behind the anomalous heat energy production of the E-Cat device, but it seems that the only evidence that will allay skeptical criticism is revelation of the secret catalyzing agent. This undoubtedly has to be considered the intellectual property of Andrea Rossi and must be legally protected before divulgence.
I dislike the current Catch-22, and am openly impatient for the progression of what could be an immensely beneficial, clean energy technology for the good of the entire planet.