Here's the list, in no particular order. It reflects what I think are important points about it.
- The reaction is claimed to be self sustaining.
- The reaction is claimed to produce heat, but not electricity.
- It has been examined by qualified people.
- Not everyone is impressed with the credentials of those who have seen it.
- Not everyone who has seen it is convinced.
- Qualified people who have seen it have not denounced it as a fraud.
- Therefore, it is still controversial.
- The science about it is not established, but there are theories.
- At least one who has posited a theory is well qualified. The theory has insufficient laboratory experimental data which can verify the theory.
- The market potential of the device, assuming that it works, does not appear to be that great, in my opinion.
- Even though the market potential, assuming that it produces as it is claimed, is not great, it still would be a great achievement.
- Nothing that I know of would be a roadblock to it having a greater success potential than it would seem to be the case at the moment. This would assume the potential of great improvements to the device.
I hope this is not a disappointment to some, but that is how it seems to me, in my honest opinion.