This information was provided by Sen. Tarr's office.
Responding to an invitation from Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr (R-Gloucester), the Italian scientist who claims to have developed the world’s first nuclear cold fusion reactor was to visit the State House today to explore the prospects of developing the device and producing it in Massachusetts.
Andrea Rossi, an engineer who has captured the attention of the scientific world with two successful tests of his “E-Cat” cold fusion reactor, arrived at the State House on Tuesday morning for two days of meetings with government officials and representatives of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Massachusetts and Northeastern University.
“Mr. Rossi’s reactor, if successfully proven and developed, has the potential to change the way the world deals with energy,” said Tarr, “and I’m pleased that he’s willing to discuss basing its production in Massachusetts.”
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Tarr hosts visit as cold fusion inventor comes to Boston