1000 quatloo prediction for the QX:
Rossi will give a similar input power measurement methodology as in the Gullstrom paper, thus making it impossible to make any scientific conclusion from the demo.
Darden has more money than Rossi, so he must be right and Rossi is wrong.
THH has received more than 1.5 likes per post, so everything he says must be right.
Am I getting good at this lateral thinking game?
July 23, 2017 at 2:57 PM
The E-Cat QX has the same conductivity of Silver.
Since we don't know the voltage across the reactor, we can't use P=V^2/R.
Thankfully, we know the value for current, so we can use P= R*I^2
Now, R is in the numerator and we can't say that assuming R=0 makes for a conservative measurement of power.
A lot of the discussion has been about reactor voltage and resistance. I'd like to submit that it is unlikely that those values are constant, especially when comparing start up and steady state.
Once again, we are looking at instant power in vs out…
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Is looking at the display on the power supply equivalent to measuring voltage across both resistor and reactor?
I agree that if voltage is measured across the reactor and resistor, then we're fine.
Where the disagreement comes is from our interpretation of what Rossi says about what the voltage represents.
Not much more to discuss from there I guess.
I guess we can interpret words in all sorts of ways.
But do you at least agree that Rossi needs to measure voltage across the reactor in order to get a relevant measure of input power?
By "relevant", I mean either actual input or an…
To be fair, ignoring the reactor's resistance does make the calculations more conservative. As long as you are measuring the right voltage.
Even Mats Lewan agrees with the skeptics here: (ECW)
"You simply don't need to know the resistance of the reactor to calculate the correct current. But you need to know the voltage over the reactor, or the voltage over the total circuit and over the…
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Could you point out where you read that Rossi measures voltage across the reactor (or both the resistance and the reactor)?
By ignoring the resistance to the reactor, I agree that you are being conservative; however,…
Are you telling me that ITER researchers are not performing any sanity checks on their experimentation?
Every serious scientist, programmer, accountant etc, use whatever ways they have at their disposal to double-check their work.
So I say no control=…
I note that Rossi does not believe in running a dummy to check that his setup is working properly.
NO CONTROL = NO RESULT
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Rossi would not have settled without getting the licence back.
IH didn't value the licence and wanted to be done with Rossi.
Rossi has been renaming the Quark X "E-cat QX", thus emphasizing that it is derivated from E-cat…
The whole MFMP Ecco device has taken a weird turn; now with a need to raise $320k to prevent all of the inventor's company assets to be sold off.
I'm looking forward to the testing, but this…