The blogger knows negative information but hides it from his faithful followers. Blogger received an analysis from one of the eestor community’s strongest capacitor experts. Nanocarbon Rud has given the blogger his technical analysis of eestore. The blogger has chosen to hide it. It is a clear condemnation of eestor’s technology and explains why the patents were not drawn from measurements.
Nanocarbon reasserted, via email, the truth of his contact from Lockheed Martin, saying that the blogger’s mob could ruin the guy’s career for being honest about Lockheed’s embarrassment with their eestor contract. Nanocarbon pointed out to the blogger that's his own technology will be in production in Europe this summer.
Why does the blogger hide this information? Is it because like the eestor he will profit from the mystery if it continues. When the story is about deception and exaggerated claims then the blogger will appear as part of the problem.
Another odd example of selective awarenes, has been the amount of evidence pointing to the probability that eestor has failed. Why would eestor not allow DOE with John Boyes and Tom Hund to test the magic capacitor? DOE is willing to certify an energy storage winner if they can find one. http://www.sandia.gov/ess/docs/events_news/SNL_RedFlow_Statement_R3.pdf They are testing. RedFlow’s 10kw/h flow battery. Eestor refused to allow DOE to test their storage device. A DOE certification of eestor would provide creditability which is more important at this point then any secret youtube interviews cooked up with the blogger.
Eestor backs out of its own invitation because?
The cadre ignore the evidence. Electrical Engineer Alex Bernstein was putting together the test unit electronics. He no longer works at eestor. He is the last person to make a statement about what went on inside of Eestor. Bernstein states from the inside of eestor, "just at work...you know chillen...counting 0's the norm ha!!" He has nothing to do because there is no working product to test. Of course blogger did not write a blog post on Bernstein’s quote. The info does not match blogger’s public relations strategy.