Not too long ago, you were arguing that some of Rossi's experiments were proven on "first principles."
Yes. That is still true as far as I know.
And you were just as unpleasant and insulting to Rossi critics then as you are to critics of Mizuno etc. today.
I do not think so.
And you still argue that there is "nothing wrong" with a hot cat test done by Levi using equipment and methods selected and developed by Rossi and Penon.
Have you discovered a technical error in this paper?
When I last asked you, you said you don't believe this because you don't trust the authors. That is reasonable. I don't trust them either, given all that happened since this paper was written. But "not trusting Levi" is not a technical error. As far as I know, you cannot point to any technical reason why this paper should be rejected. Neither can I.