Skeptic Ian Bryce speculated that the E-Cat was misconnected during demonstrations, and that the power attributed to fusion is supplied to the device through the earth wire. Fortunate for the bystanders! In the previous tests there were not enough 62 Ni and 64 Ni the only two nickel isotopes which can fuse with hydrogen , at 3. Independent observers were not allowed to watch the measurements or make their own, and the plant remained connected to a power supply during the test allegedly to supply power to the fans and the water pumps. Unlike previous demonstrations, the test was carried out with monitoring equipment and in a laboratory not supplied by Rossi, and was run over an extended duration 32 days. Yet the meters show zero ionizing radiation and no neutrons. Archived from the original on 11 February
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