You said the output power measurement was wrong. It wasn't. You were wrong.
I noted the problem with the input power measurement the day after the demo, noting that the missing measurement was easy to do and any customer would make it..
It is you who is being dense.
Since you have a real problem with facts:
Fact: I never said the ouput power measurement was "wrong".
Fact: You cannot show that I did say that the output power measurement was "wrong".
Fact: We do not know and cannot know if the output water calorimetry was done properly from the demo, because Rossi did not allow anyone to independently verify that.
Fact: It is not a "fact", as you mistakenly assert, that the "QX was measured properly with water calorimetry". This is merely your speculation.
Fact: Whether or not the output power measurement was done properly is irrelevant to whether the QX or SX works, because there was no proper measurement of input power.
Fact: You often make declarative statements that the SX works while elsewhere stating that you do not know if it works or not.
Fact: Rossi has a history of intentional deception. One obvious example is when via email he bragged to IH about his "masterpiece" in deceiving Hydrofusion (Rossi vs Darden).
Fact: If you qualified your declarative statements with "if proven" or "if true" (etc.) your statements would be far more credible.
Fact: When you get your facts straight, then you will no longer be babbling.
(I'm not holding my breath on that happening, however).