November 26, 2017 at 12:30 PM
Dear Dr Rossi,
You said you opened an air Window to help air circulating, but Fabiani clearly tells you to push a Switch. It’s clear from the audio… Can you clarify?
November 26, 2017 at 1:21 PM
When Fabiani is saying me to turn the switch, he refers to the switch that turns off and on the power. We had to turn off/on the power when we passed from calorimetry to spectrometry, and when we passed from spectrometry to dummy 1 Ohm and when we passed from the dummy with 1 Ohm to the dummy with 800 Ohms. It is obvious that when we had to substitute the components of the circuit we had to turn the power off, make the substitution and, after that, turn the power on again. The switch is in the right side of the control box from my point of view, left side from the point of view of the public. The air window is in my side of the box. The window gives access to the circuitry.
When I opened the air window, obviously, Fabiani said nothing, because in that moment I was not operating with any switch.
November 26, 2017 at 4:04 PM
Andrew ( second answer
You made me curious and now I had the time to watch with focused attention the part of the video you refer to. Please you too watch with attention the segment between 2h30′ and 2h32′: it is very interesting about your issue. Before I open the air window, that is on the side of the control box in front of me, Fabiani says to me absolutely nothing either before or during the action of opening the air window; after the action is finished and the box has been lowered in normal position, Fabiani says me to turn the switch, and at that point I go to the side of the box at my right, where the switch is, and make the switching action.
Just to be clear and precise.
Thank you Sam. I'm curious, how were you able to access those earlier posts from Rossi's blog?
Taking a peak at some of the Stockholm demo I realize now that I did try to watch it at an earlier time but it just seemed too chaotic and I put it off.
I'll try to watch the thing in its entirety, because frankly I still don't get the switch issue. I expect switches to be turned on and off.
Hopefully next time there's a public demo like this, Rossi can be on the sidelines instructing his team or a third party what to do, and explaining it to the audience.