Sergio Focardi, Italian physicist

Sergio Focardi, Italian physicist

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Caption: Sergio Focardi (1932-2013), Italian physicist. Focardi was a professor at the University of Bologna, Italy. He led the Bologna section of the National Institute for Nuclear Physics and was a member of the Italian Physical Society. He assisted Italian inventor Andrea Rossi on the development of Rossi's E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) cold fusion (Low-Energy Nuclear Reaction, LENR) system. It is claimed that the E-Cat system generates energy from a nickel-hydrogen reactor that converts the nickel into copper. Sceptics have rejected these claims and patent applications have failed. Photographed at the E-Cat demonstration on 6 October 2011, in Bologna, Italy.

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