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    Children, children, children calm down. There is no use in attempting a rational discussion with AA or applying logic or facts. RossiWorld has its own logic, its own structure, its own everything, which IMO can be boiled down to a few elements. First,…
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    The 20 000°C probably confined in a containment made of “completely new materials” developed by Rossi in a side project.:P
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    That depends on what kind of heat, for what purpose, at what temperature. I hate the term "COP" applied to cold fusion. It is a misnomer! It only applies to heat pumps. But anyway, suppose it is 3, meaning the reactor inputs 1 W…
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    I don't think we should question the points made by Mr. De Caluwe. After all, he is a member of the JONP Board of Advisers and I am sure that he is completely impartial re: Rossi.

    Also, re the…
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    Put me down for one, 2XL. Dark blue if possible.
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)


    Rossi claims!

    Have you personally seen it?

    Have you been told by anyone who has personally seen it, other than Rossi?

    Is your statement that "This is a most important development for several reasons" supported by any…
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    It is hard to decide who is most delusional, Adrian: you or Sam. But at least he seems like a nice person. You, on the other hand, are a nasty piece of work who can't write two sentences without insulting someone. It's a pleasure not knowing you.
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    Adrian, the whole point of my post is that Rossi would NOT be cheating the customer. In the scenario I outlined he would indeed be giving the customer excess heat, so the customer would see lower bills and could then report…
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    True! You self-selected.

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    They got fooled. It isn't the first time prominent scientists get conned and it won't be the last. Scientists are not looking for deception. I already gave you the flamingly blatant case of Theranos which you…
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    I recall but can't locate a link for a case in which the maker of a quack device sued (for defamation) the individual who called them out as fakes. At the suggestion of the defendant, the judge strongly recommended (but IIRC did not…
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    I don't recall if this was exactly what Rossi did with IH but IIRC, it was at least his plan. Well, the plan/scheme was for an initial loss but he was counting on an $89M payoff at the end, ROTFWL!

    Next year, Adrian Ashfield ? It's always…
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    Apologies for the seriatim posts, I am just catching up on the thread. Interesting, spell check seriatim and the closest it had was Maserati.
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    Not in the US (with some extremely rare exceptions, e.g., determining if someone is mentally sound, or able to represent themselves in a trial). England and Wales, I don't know. But I do know that England and Wales don't have the…
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    Courts don't do that. You are expected to make your own case, the court doesn't make your case for you. Also, the cross-complaint was sufficient for the needs.
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    Aw, cut AR some slack and give him the benefit of the doubt (but don't give him any money -- that would be an unwise choice).
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    The babblers think Rossi is guilty until proven innocent and also that that is impossible. It is not a logical position.


    Perhaps your confusion here is that you do not understand weight of (inductive) evidence, and the importance of induction in…
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    For someone who claims to be as financially sophisticated as you do, your last comment surprises me. If IH received any moneys from Woodford, those almost certainly would have been either capital infusions, e.g., stock or…
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    His arm, which I am sure is a manly man arm, well tanned and rested.

    Sorry, couldn't resist being silly.
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    Emphatically disagree. Rossi's misdirection and his pretend fury when a correct measurement or calibration is performed or proposed suggest strongly that his mismeasurements are deliberate, calculated and almost certainly pre-tested extensively…
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    Dewey, I am sure you have already answered this, but, if not, let me jump in. Hunter, settlement on the terms proposed was a good deal for IH and avoided the possibility, however remote it may have been, that AR could have won at…