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  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread The Playground.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    I fully agree, my friend: http://www.mail-archive.com/vo…@eskimo.com/msg73665.html
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  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread The Playground.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    The solution found by LENR Calender just removes one argument out of the many that were risen about the inconsistency and incompleteness of the data contained in the spreadsheets. All the factual problems remain opens. Why the…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from LENR Calender)


    Thank you very much. You finally provided a plausible explanation. I didn't notice the difference in the way the data were presented in the two spreadsheets. I asked for such an explanation since my first post on this…
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    I'm gonna try to conclude this V*I discussion, at the risk of getting shot:


    I finally looked at the actual data.

    Active dataset comes from here:
    Mizuno : Publication of kW/COP2 excess heat results
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)


    Here we are! Just a few hours after my post (what a cosmic coincidence!), in the thread "Fact Check, debunking obviously false information", axil - the most prolific creator of ad-hoc theories able to explain any CF experimental…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)


    I agree on the smoothing effect due to averaging. JR said (1) that all channels were sampled 20,000 times a second and averaged every 5 seconds. Maybe it is true, maybe not. Who knows.

    Anyway, air calorimeters are subject to…
  • Ascoli65

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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    The paper (1) says (implicitly) NO! It mentions plasma only in Section 2.5 "Preparation of reacting material". This phase is not (should not have been) the active run. It only serves to activate the internal Ni mesh by…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    No, sorry, IMO it doesn't work this way.

    The main problem raised by the spreadsheet issue is not about the May 2016 tests, it rather concerns the May 2016 testers and the 2017 JCMNS Vol.25 (1), 2018 ICCF21 (2), 2019 JCMNS Vol.29…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from Cipolla)


    Hi Cipolla, thanks for your support.

    You are totally right about the second reason: in any other scientific or technical context the shape of the curves would have been sufficient to exclude at a first glance any other exotic…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    Don't be surprised. RB is acting as any rational supporter of LENR should react to our analysis in accordance to the "cardinal rule" recommended by JR (1).

    Fortunately, his behavior is also an exceptionally effective hint for…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)


    Your graph is interesting.

    IMO, the cause of Delta Tair variations is the noise due to the turbulent rising of the cooling air inside the acrylic box. This air flows over areas of the reactor surface which are at different…
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    Above is ascoli's original post with the evidence.

    Strangely, he considered rounding effects (= truncation) in much more detail than did RB above. You can see that in both the calibration, and the active run, there are truncation issues.

    In the…
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    Neither Ascoli nor his convincee THHnew have addressed this 3 to 4 x discrepancy in the extreme scenario of
    the purported use by Mizuno of a special averaging meter for the heater power measurements
    and of pasting of results from one spreadsheet to
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    If you refer to Dr Richard question "Furthermore, if someone was intending to fool everyone (eg like Rossi), surely they would any not leave evidence of data having been modified as you are suggesting, they wouldn't be that
  • Ascoli65

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    Jed questioned how the Yoko and Agilent data could be combined:

    Given the utter absurdity of your notion that a digital instrument can be read by an analog to digital interface, I would not call your allegations and calling me out "sinister." "Asinine,
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    In the meanwhile, JR has answered to your call in this way (emphasis added):
    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    He is accusing you (and me) of lying and trolling, but everyone here can see who is making things up.

    We are talking of the…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Yes, exactly. But the "Input power" values measured and recorded by the "special meter" appear on the "control" spreadsheet and don't appear in the "active" spreadsheet. And JedRothwell has not yet explained why.

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  • Ascoli65

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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    No. I'm saying in plain sight since many weeks (1), that in the "excess heat" spreadsheet the "Input power" values measured by the wattmeter, ie the Yokogawa power analyzer, don't appear. Therefore, since JR confirmed that this…
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    A little Italian exercise for you. This is what proposes Google at the beginning of its page:
    https://www.google.com/search?…=firefox-b-d&q=sopprimere
    sopprimere
    /sop·prì·me·re/
    transitivo
    1.
    Abolire ciò che era stato
  • Ascoli65

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    Yes, this is what I told you a few days ago (1), shortly after JR revealed that ""The excess heat run was heated inside, mainly with glow discharge."

    (Quote)


    The "plasma discharge" is not my "suggestion", it is what has…