Huge Victory for Rossi in Settlement with Industrial Heat / Tom Darden. Complete E-Cat License Agreement Canceled.

Update 18/7

Wow. Had a look at lenr-forum. If you want to see what happens to trolls in sunlight, you should have a look at @sigmoidal, @jed_rothwell, @ericwalker, @maryyugo, @shaneD et al vomiting all over their keyboards. Ouch 🙂 A bit smelly but entertaining

Actually trolls usually freeze to stone in sunlight, but that does not make it as fun in the visual context 😉

I recently predicted that IH/Darden were allowed to keep some of the geographical markets for the Rossi E-Cat technology. I’m pleased to say I was wrong. Read this interesting interview by Mats Lewan.

It now looks as if Leonardo and Hydro Fusion together more or less has the complete world market for the E-Cat technology. This is of course great news. Here is the old map of licensees. IH is now history and Rossi/Leonardo owns 100% of the technology.

Come gather ’round people
Wherever you roam
And admit that the waters
Around you have grown
And accept it that soon
You’ll be drenched to the bone
If your time to you is worth savin’
Then you better start swimmin’ or you’ll sink like a stone
For the times they are a-changin’

 

One thought on “Huge Victory for Rossi in Settlement with Industrial Heat / Tom Darden. Complete E-Cat License Agreement Canceled.

  1. lenr-forum seem confused over why Darden settled. My theory is that Sifferkoll was the reason. A few days before the court was to restart, I read your article on Cherokee and Darden’s history of failed projects. The article disappeared (probably due to IH lawyers intervention) shortly afterwards. My understanding is that those revelations were present in Rossi attorney’s opening remarks to the court – with the clear implication that they were going to come out in detail during the trial. The reputational damage would have been extreme, and so the settlement followed. I am slightly surprised, and disappointed, that Rossi’s legal costs were not paid by IH.

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