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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    (Quote from Toffoli)

    Hmmm ... I looked at "sudden death" ...

    Particularly notable among the deaths are 15 cases of “sudden death” (nine at Pfizer/BioNTech, six at AstraZeneca), who according to “dailyexpose” “dropped dead immediately after vaccination.”

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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    (Quote from Fm1)

    Ummmm.... People who died BECAUSE of side effects, vs people who died DESPITE being vaccinated?

    USA vaccinated 145M
    Vaccine VE for ANY symptom 95% protection = 5% risk of symptomatic ie x 0.05
    Edit 1 : not sure if VE is the right number…
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    https://www.medrxiv.org/conten…101/2021.03.26.21254394v2
    (Quote from zorud)

    I'm not a statistician, but fig 1 c) and d) sure don't look linear to me. As a physicist I wouldn't even try to fit a straight line to that splatter of diarrheaic cow poop.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    I got my pre-order form. (With that picture).

    Will order at least two, maybe up to 4.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    Physicians’ liability for off-label prescriptions
    https://www.mcguirewoods.com/n…health_care/off_label.pdf
    Hematology & Oncology News & Issues • May/June 2007 [printed with permission ]

    ..The FDA does not, however, regulate the practice of medicine, and…
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    LED output measurement is non-trivial
    <https://www.led-professional.c…icles/measurement-of-leds>

    ...
    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has recently developed and expanded capabilities for calibrating LEDs for photometric,
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Q: Am I right in thinking that when plugged into a regular 110V or 220V AC supply, this unit will provide as much light as a regular 100W incandescent bulb while using quantities of power from the mains far less than that of a current LED bulb providing
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    I haven't looked at AtroZ ... but I bet it's the PEG (Polyethyline Glycol) carrier, which affects clotting.

    First googal https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10924260/ ... too many technowords for me to figure out what's good or bad.

    Edit :

    Bit lower : The
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    I'm inclined to think that by 200W he means "Incandescent" watts (iW above) rather than "input power" watts.

    The input power to get 200 iW is reduced by a factor 1/COP, or expressed inversely, the LED efficiency is multiplied by COP.

    Even I don't believe…
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Alan Fletcher)

    I found a table at https://www.rapidtables.com/ca…ht/how-lumen-to-watt.html

    3000 LM = 200W Incandescent Watt (iW .. my term)

    440,000 LM = (200W/3000LM )*440,000 LM = 30 K iW !!??????

    Seems .... a wee bit high, even for AR. I…
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    I'll wait and see. (And no, not everything was disproved at Doral).

    Unfortunately I don't have any domestic use for a 200W electric light, even as an outdoor floodlight.
    (What's the incandescent equivalent ... typically 10:1, ie 2000W ... maybe I'll…
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Q: I don’t fully understand. LEDs are already efficient and need to be connected to power. The SKLed incremental improvement of a tiny decrease in power consumption seems like an anti-climax. Why not just produce electricity or heat?

    R: We’ll see.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    R: The choice to plug the Ecat SKLed to the outlet of the grid is just for practic reasons: we could also make a version with a battery: maybe a good idea.

    Q: Can the current SKLed be powered by DC, or must AC be used?
    R: Now it’s only AC, because it is
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Mark U)

    If ANY "cold fusion" / LENR / Alt energy device has a convincing (3 sigma) demonstration or proof .. a LOT of PRIORS will have to be adjusted.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Sorry for the brain flatulence ... in an earlier post (corrected) on power density I calculated as if the SKLed was self-sustaining.

    So ... have wait on the COP and all that.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    By saying nah nah nah .. you're missing out on the fun of a rossi-saga

    R: It is designed to make light with a dramatically high efficiency, by orders of magnitude higher that the best existing LED illumination systems (220 LM/W).

    ONE order of magnitude =…
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    I missed tempering

    Actually, mocking his Italio-American dialect is a bit unfair. Most of the meaning is clear.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Collecting a few more rossi-sez (separate posts, last few days, numbered for reference)
    rossi-isms highlighted: add to Rossi-English dictionary idoneous, defectous and unicum

    R01: All the control system is integrated inside the Ecat SKLed.
    R02: Thank you
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    The "believe it or not" information is firming up :

    200 W ecat-powered lamps -- a million a year.
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  • Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

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    I wonder if he means literally series - vs parallel - or just a bunch of lights in a serial row (Maybe he needs a high resistive load?)

    "Diffusion" is presumably Rossi-speak for "distribution".
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