But it is my prerogative to not believe everything you say when you so vigorously defend IH.
This is a logical fallacy on many levels. You should evaluate my statements on their own merits, without regard to what you imagine -- without evidence -- to be my loyalties. The capacity of a 3" pipe gravity fed is what it is. You can look it up. To say that it is full at 6 gallons per minute the flow rate is "high" is factually wrong. You said that, but you were wrong. Instead of making groundless and irrelevant accusations, you should admit you made a mistake.
What I say is true, and you can confirm it is true from the data and photos from Rossi. It would be true even if I.H. were paying me $100,000 a month.
The logical fallacies in your statement include but are not limited to:
Circumstantial ad Hominem
"A Circumstantial ad Hominem is a fallacy because a person's interests and circumstances have no bearing on the truth or falsity of the claim being made. While a person's interests will provide them with motives to support certain claims, the claims stand or fall on their own."
Confusing cause and effect