Friday, July 19, 2013
There are TED meetings being held in various parts of the world these days. At a TED conference held in Bologna on October 14, 2011, Sergio Focardi, Emeritus Physics Professor of the University of Bologna, and collaborator with Andrea Rossi on developing the energy catalzyer, presented a talk on his work of the E-Cat entitled “L’E-cat e la fusione nucleare con il Nichel e l’Idrogeno”. The English translation of the title is “The E-Cat and Fusion with Nickel and Hydrogen"
Monday, July 15, 2013
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
I could not find a good definition of the word, cool, so I made up my own.
Swedes worry when they say “kul” meaning fun or funny, people will think they mean cool. Cool has come to mean “quite pleasantly acceptable in the current social context”, but dictionaries generally claim ignorance of what it really means. In Danish, kul derives from Old Norse, “kol”, meaning coal in both languages. Based on the old Anglo-Saxon meaning, English, as well as,in German, “kühl“, and Dutch, “ koel”, it still has the meaning of a “pleasantly low temperature” as distinct from chilly. In French, “col”, means col from the Latin word, “collum” meaning neck. When the word, “cool” appears in French or Swedish text, it means the English word.