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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)

    (Quote from IH Fanboy)


    It is quite simple. The power measurements were gotten from the PCE-830 measuring the 3-phase input to the control box. I don't care about how the control box losses are estimated, but I do reckon Rossi + 3…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from Alan Fletcher)


    Yes I did, but the power was measured on the 3 phase input. (unless I got that wrong).

    EDIT:

    Yes, the power was measured on 3 phases:
    As in the previous test, the LCD display of the electrical power meter (PCE-830) was
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from we_cat_global)


    The American Courts will not be impressed by that argument. The trial is about:
    • A contract dispute (Rossi suing IH)
    • A claim of fraud (IH suing Rossi)
    • Rossi sued IH for fraud as well but that is even more likely to be
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    (Quote from Alan Fletcher)


    This experimental write-up was fascinating to read. As always with Rossi work you need to look carefully at what seems odd to detect the likely error. Equally, when looking at this setup from the outside, without the…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)


    That is because I make very few when replying to you. You will notice my post that got you hot and bothered was reciting the list of erroneous Rossi assumptions. I guess you don't realise they are that because you refuse to do…
  • THHuxleynew

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    I've pointed out the flaws in your contrapositive assumptions. Do you need the physics details for the two false statements you assume about physics?
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)


    LOL. You don't know how uninformed you sound when inverting my statements! Some of them are plain obvious physics, so the inversion is just plain contradiction (e.g. the last two points). The first point was proven by Mats, of all…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    I might agree with this, except...

    They had a signed Term Sheet obviously different from the contract.

    This test was clearly agreed between Rossi and IH to be a sale of power to a customer. No mention of customer in the GPT.

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    Going back to the original post. LENR advocates would I think agree that they get relatively little scientific critiques from mainstream scientists, or indeed anyone who is technically competent and highly skeptical, so interested in finding holes in…
  • It seems Krivit has issued me a challenge (http://news.newenergytimes.net…han-can-you-explain-this/) but provided no way to respond. So I'll do it here...

    My first answer is: Probably, what exactly do you need explained?

    Krivit takes Fig. 1 from…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    yes Alan - but not in the same direction as you!
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    Re: Lugano IR measurements and Rossi's "errors" (with a digression honouring the real Huxley).

    I see no evidence anything was photoshopped: nor any need for that to obtain the erroneous Levi/Rossi results. Rossi's tests typically make assumptions that…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    I think about 900W. The issue with high temps I was thinking is that above about 1500C heating wires start melting
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    (Quote from Paradigmnoia)


    Yes, that reminds me:

    For input power mis-measurement, using a current clamp above the current it saturates will do that... So that is another option to add to the known reversed clamp or the trivial measure one phase and
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    Re can you get COP=9 from Levi's IR method:

    It is quite interesting. For a band/total emissivity ratio of 2.25, say, about the max you'd get from alumina, the error depends on the temperature. The higher this is, the nearer is the band dependence of…
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    (Quote from sigmoidal)

    Sigmoidal,

    Consider this...
    Rossi had not defended himself with any technical evidence. He has only argued legal maneuvers. His only "expert" witness will have no effect on the case as everything he reported was only from…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)


    I unequivocally deny that. I would be thrilled if a reputable independent test of any of Rossi's inventions showing excess heat occurred (but apparently I would be close, but not quite as thrilled as Jed ;))

    So please stop your…
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    None of your 'facts' say anything at all to refute the dummy reactor issue. Instead, they make the case that Darden was in some manner sinister in seeking out more funds. I've discussed that seeking more funds is reasonable for IH…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    As Nigel Appleton has pointed out, Rossi is free to commission completely independent tests any time he wants. Nothing prevents that. His agreement with I.H. only covers commercial sales.

    If the machine worked as claimed, it…
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    You are being charitable in holding out the possibility that Rossi might not be 'intentionally spoofing', at least in his own mind.

    I had gone back and forth on that idea for awhile. But I think the evidence is clear and…