This is an hour and a half long video. It could use some breaking down for those who are too busy to listen to all of it. Click on link to skip up to the discussion indicated as follows
- His trials and struggles during his career
- His motivation for his work.
- Million dollar question the science behind the E-cat
- Recharging the E-cat, how much matter?
- Science behind LENR?
- Fleischman and Pons methodology
- How did he replicate of previous work
- How to fuse deuterium?
- Can E-cat be started in real time?
- Is this why it can be produced at low cost?
- Does it store energy?
- How to propose to turn heat into electricity?
- What is your opinion on current state of science?
- Do you think cold fusion is being suppressed?
- Concerns for personal safety? Can energy be free?
- How to roll out product in responsible way?
- Who is biggest inspiration?
- What can it do for me? What kind of product should people expect?
- How much can a household save with a first generation E-cat?
- Is first generation E-cat patented?
- How to deal with fear of nuclear power?
After listening to over 50 minutes of the show, I've not seen too much that is news. This gives the impression of starting back at the beginning. That is not a bad thing if you are new to this, but for those who are familiar, this is old hat.
After 50 minutes, especially after 1 hour, the discussion seems to get towards the E-cat as a product, with the last segment beginning at 1 hour 12 minutes, gets more into the product specifically.