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    clarifier . Can you make a post that doesn't emit a high-pitched whine like a baby with the belly-ache? I am sure than many forum members would appreciate it., though perhaps not 7of20.
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    I try to read - or at least glance through - everything posted on the forum. Nobody on the team is sick and tired of anything except for perpetually negative posters who contribute little beyond negativity.
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    I think that we draw a line at this point. Anybody crossing it may be shot.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    There is nothing remotely opaque about it. The A/D reads values into the spreadsheet. Additional columns are added by Mizuno, and the spreadsheet computes I*V. The readings are confirmed with two other meters. Nothing is…
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    (Quote from LENR Calender)


    It is measured in the columns to the left, one for I, one for V. The spreadsheet versions I have uploaded do not show the computation because it is lost in the mult-step conversion from the Japanese 1980s Lotus 123 to the…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    No, it is not. It would not be in the spreadsheet if it were. The spreadsheet is generated by the A/D converter.

    You and Ascoli have repeated this lie again and again. I am sure you will continue to repeat it after I get tired…
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    Insulting behaviour, which would have been overlooked if there were other more useful posts.
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    Forty-Two just earned himself a 2 week holiday.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    I do not know, but I know that a digital instrument does not output its values as voltages on a wire, so you cannot interface it to an analog to digital converter. I also know that spreadsheets are generated by an A/D converter,…
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    (Quote from Dr Richard)


    There are many errors in the transition from a 1980s spreadsheet format made by the HP gadget, to a newer spreadsheet, to the Google spreadsheet, to the American spreadsheet. LOTS of problems. All variables and equations are…
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    I repeat: the Yokogawa analyzer is not connected to the A/D HP gadget. Data from it is not collected into the spreadsheets. When you turn on the power and adjust the Variac, you look at the numbers on the analyzer because they…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    That is completely wrong. Where do you and Ascoli come up with this stuff? The spreadsheet is generated by the multichannel A/D HP gadget, and it only records V*I on fixed channels. The analyzer has its own memory and it can be…
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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)

    How do you know this? Have you read a study somewhere comparing the gullibility of scientists to bankers, real-estate agents, engineers, programmers, sanitation workers, restaurant managers and so on? It seems to me that…
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    Pd is easy to anneal. Heat it gently in the oxygen rich tip of a small propane torch flame. When the metal reaches an even soft orange color let it cool completely in air.

    My live doc previously posted describes the process in full detail. The…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    THH, when you state such conclusions, you reveal no understanding of what is happening. Independent testing requires money and the equipment needed to do the test. Both are in short supply. Nevertheless, I know for a fact that…
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    Vladimire Dubinko is next, and the last lecture for the day. He is talking about "phason flips"
    The outline of his talk is:
    Quantum tunneling induced by time-periodic driving of the potential landcape
    Discrete breather in Ni and Pd hydrides
    Phason…
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    The conference has started! Bill Collis spoke first, but I missed it - jammed up at the front desk, people still coming in. I met Alla Kornilova at breakfast!!!!!! What a thrill! I will try to interview with the camera this week.

    Mike McKubre is up…
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    David Nagel is up now talking about Kálmán and Keszthelyi's work. He is impressed because they have qualitatively new ideas and they are very competent.
    He wants to know what's the connection between enhanced fusion cross sections beam experiments and…
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    There are many questions and critiques of the K&K method. Luca Gamberale says that two particle interactions will produce (my word) the "hot fusion" reaction, and so he says you have to think about multi-body effects.
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    Vladimir Vysottski speaks next. I am no genius, but I will try to get this on-the-fly. You all know VV is Heavy Math and vocabulary. and this presentation also has Alla Kornilova, Peter Hagelstein, and someone else -missed it - so you know it's deep.