This video doesn't look good to me: http://www.nyteknik.se/nyheter/energi_miljo/energi/article3303681.ece#comments
Shows the narrator putting his bare hand on the main steam line valve exiting the reactor when in self sustain mode. The published data shows 105 deg C outlet temperature when in self sustain mode. The narrator also grabs the un-insulated blue pipe right as it leaves the container and holds it. I ask, how do you grab hold of a 105 deg C object and not pull away? He also holds his hand on the insulation and says; "Not very hot." or "Not too hot."
There is a comment that says the video was shot after the test when everything was cooling down. So that negates that, or does it?
The same commenter continues:
Closed water condensate drainage valve
Somebody asked Mr. Rossi about the water-condensate drainage valve, which is obviously shown closed in the latest posted movie.
Here the explanation from Mr. Rossi:
October 31st, 2011 at 6:07 PM
Dear Paul Gordon:
The valve has been always open, under the strict control of the Consultant of the Customer. The video you talk of has been made during the cooling down of the E-Cat, after it has been turned off.
But if you watch the movie, you hear at the end very clear the voice of Mats Lewan saying: It is now almost 3 o clock.
That means, that time the movie was recorded, the e-cat should have been in the middle of the so called 'self sustaining' mode.
So, who is wrong?
I hope Mr. Mats Lewan can clarify.
Actually, I believe the time given by Mats Lewan, because - as you can see - it was still bright daylight.