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    I don't believe the second story tale, however
    If the heat was being discarded out the window
    (and not the endothermic chemical reactions that Rossi previously claimed used by the "customer),
    then the heat exchanger efficiency should be tied to the…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Rossi's did not follow the judge's order on page limits even after they asked for added length and it was denied. I would think it might get thrown out on that alone. Not a way to win the favor of a judge.
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    (Quote from THEDEBATEISUSELESS)

    Penon had promised to have all the instruments rechecked by the manufacture after the "testing". However, I have not seen if that happened and what the results of the instrument testing was. I have often wondered if the…
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    No, at least by my understanding. Woodward had and "initial investment" that relied on Rossi but the $50 M was later and based on additional items.
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    I agree, and as somone who has definite views on all of these things except legal (where I'm pretty unsure) I apologise for a lack of clarity and not sticking to specifics, were facts and interpretations can be more easily stated.…
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    I think this is an excellent point regarding 'Spoliation'. My understanding of 'adverse interpretation' in this specific example is that were Spoliation established by the Court, the Judge (and Jury if a trial occurs) would then…
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    That was only their initial investment. I don't think that was true for their added investments nor their current support.
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    Please give me a reference for that claim. The information I was give was just the opposite, that when Paul and Harry visited the US Paul was more taken by the other researchers and was "put off" by Rossi and his secretive…
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    People seemed to be judging Darden's judgment solely on views of Rossi. Don't forget that IH was working with a number of other researchers. We do no know if some of the success by other researchers raised his hopes that Rossi might actually have…
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)

    I'm sure I never disputed that the condensation of the steam inside the heat exchanger would create a vacuum.
    But I think I also pointed out, that the whole system would have been unbelievable (hydraulic) balanced, because the…
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)

    But as Bob H pointed out, if Rossi removed the items without documentation then legally you must give the defendant the benefit of the doubt and rule against Rossi.

    If Rossi destroyed the evidence of upstairs fans, pumps, heating…
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    I am surprised of no discussion followup on the issue of "spoilation" and adverse interpretation. From a legal standpoint, it now appears established that Rossi dissassembled and/or destroyed portions of the apparatus on both sides of the warehouse at…
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    I find it strange that Rossi said the "testing" in Fl was to supply a customer (we learn now that is himself) for 2 years. Yet when the 350 days were over the customer leaves (taking all the pipes with him). If the low cost heat was good for a…
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    SSC "So at least one requirement of the GPT (the most important one, that is COP over 4) has been achieved."

    I view the most important one is that it had to be agreed to in writing and started within a year to show that it was ready for…
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    I want to see the daily incremental count on that water meter.
    None of this counts by itself in 36s and 27s (or whatever) bullshit.
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    (Quote from Paradigmnoia)

    note if the there was an upstairs (say 10 feet above ground level) the water pressure in the pipe due to the added height of the water would be 1.3 bars at the bottom. (bp about 107C)(
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    Forget the roof Wyttenbach. Everyone who examined the small warehouse, even Rossi's own supposed expert (Dr. Wong), said they saw nothing there that could exhaust 1MW thermal. Only reason Dr. Wong thinks it plausible, is because he swallowed what Rossi…
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    Dewey,

    You are wound up too tight. Relax. The more I go through all the documents, the more confident I am that IH will win. Even with a second rate law firm...which JD is not, and the dumbest of jurors, the evidence is just so overwhelming.

    Just…
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    So if the primary data was destroyed then it doesn't seem likely that they could find a preponderance of evidence against IH.
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)

    according to Penon's test plan they were to be T type.