Can you clarify what is different between the control and working reactors?
See pages 3, 7 and 18.
Also: on the page 11 graph, the power output drops off after about 6 hours despite input power being sustained. Why?
I think he turned off the input power after 6 hours. I do not have that spreadsheet, but I think the straight input power line is an artifact of the way he generated the graph. What I mean is, this is data from two different spreadsheets. One with the control, with the brown and black flat lines, and the other with the active cell, orange, purple and blue. The data was collected at different times, and tests were probably of a different duration. So they don't match. It says "input" but actually that is the output you get with this input power level. The brown line is not the input power that generated the orange line; it is the control output for this same 248 W input power. It looks like the control run data I have, being very stable. It is a little confusing . . .
In the spreadsheets I have, these lines are adjusted to take into account losses from the calorimeter walls. Which is why the brown line hits 248 W on the left Y-axis. The raw data would be below this. The adjustment is described in detail in the upcoming papers.
In all of the spreadsheet data I have seen where input and output power is shown, both heating and anomalous power falls when he turns off heating. He always turned off active cells after ~6 hours because he did not want to leave it running overnight. Most of the composite graphs showing months or years of results actually show only data collected during the day when it was turned on. In some cases there was heat after death.
Data collection into the spreadsheets continued even when power was off, as you see on p. 16.
Note also the higher excess power shown in the bonus slide on p. 26, ~500 W. I did not discuss this in the presentation and it is not summarized in the other graphs.
The calorimetry was considerably better than I described in this presentation.