What in hell happened to the Vizio 72" LCD?
Most sites say they will sell the Sharp for 3k or less. Why try to talk up that price?
Here is a new power source to run your 70" LCD or your 92" DLP.
"Italian scientist Andrea Rossi claims to have invented a small cold fusion reactor that can produce electricity at a projected cost below any other new construction power source. Go to http://news.google.com/
and enter the name Andrea Rossi for the latest developments in this thrilling saga, as gripping as a Agatha Christie mystery. Is Rossi a fraud and a scoundrel, or is he the greatest inventor in human history? We should know by the summer of 2011 when Rossi says his tiny reactors will go on sale. The claimed low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) is said to fuse hydrogen gas to nano-nickel powder forming copper, accomplished with the aid of pressure and still secret catalysts. During a public demonstration on January 14th, the Rossi reactor is said to have produced 12,400 watts of heat with an input of just 400 watts, a gain of 31 times input power. In a second demonstration, observed by Dr. Giuseppe (Joseph) Levi, a nuclear physicist associated with the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Rossi reactor reportedly produced a minimum of 15 kilowatts of heat continuously for 18 hours. See news of the Rossi reactor factories in Miami and Greece, and more technical details."
"If this is a fraud, Rossi's company will go out of business as soon as the first reactor is sold. Rossi's business plan makes no sense unless the reactor actually works. Rossi claims that using just one pound of nickel can unleash the same amount of energy as burning 517,000 pounds of oil (1 gram nickel = 517 kilograms oil). To put it another way, one pound of nickel could replace around 1,590 barrels of average weight crude oil (325 pounds per barrel), which would cost $159,000 at $100 a barrel. I suggest we wait for MIT or Oak Ridge National Laboratory to confirm this invention before uncorking the champagne, but keep your fingers crossed."