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    (Quote from Henry)


    Which document were you quoting Henry?
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Not!
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    (Quote from bocijn)


    Absolutely correct Bocijn. And that is *also* what I said. Why didn't you quote that too? Oh, I see. You are the Obstinate Misquoter's understudy. I guess I should have seen that given you lead off with an ad hominem attack.

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    It not a final argument. it is an admission that I am incapable of changing the minds of fanatics with logic.
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    Catching up on things the Obstinate Misquoter said...(with one additional quote from an acolyte):

    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    So what's new? At what point were you *ever* capable of understanding what I say? You certainly never seen to get the point and…
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    Clearance Items
    The Playground
    The Playground
    and probably lots more.


    My point here is not to revisit the 'Mizuno bucket' conflagration, but to illustrate that Zeus46 knows well that I did not say what he said I did. Ergo, Zeus46 lies just like Jed.
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    And you (and of course Rothwell) didn't read and understand what I wrote as well. As I said IF there was a heater in the bucket, it is entirely possible it could evaporate. The claim was that there was, a cold fusion heater. I…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Read, studied, analyzed, rejected.
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    ROFL.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    Which is why right now I discount the supposed results and conclusions. I would need to see all the data and understand the anomalies in it before I could use the data to draw conclusions. (And probably wouldn't be able to…
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    @MY Your prior experience is based on one type of control method for data acquisition that gives fixed intervals. The calibration run plot I showed illustrates this kind of situation I think, if the interval used actually ends up falling in between…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)


    MY, one classic way of indicating what the axes are on graphs is to state what they are (timestep, time) followed by a "/" and then by the units, either abbreviated or not. So the plot is the timestep (in seconds) plotted as a…
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    bocijn

    I'm positive Mizuno saves bunnies every day, and rescues kittens at least twice a week. What has that to do with the caliber of his work?
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    (So a little experiment here on my part...)

    People keep talking about how wonderful Mizuno's results were, the ones that led IH to interact with him. I assume those are the ones in the preprint that started this thread off. OK, so you folks tell me…
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)

    Found it. It is a big chunk of my 2006 reply to Storms' 2006 Comment about my 2002 paper. I basically point out the data has flyers in it that would arise due to ATER, which are not addressed by Storms at all.
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    (Quote from maryyugo)


    He doesn't test for a CCS and he is using a closed cell with recombiner which is the perfect setup for a CCS/ATER. He assumes:

    "Although the measurement is not sensitive to where heat is generated within the electrolytic cell"

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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    You for one. Right here:
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    I did. CCS caused by ATER.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    No, you can't always. Not if you use the wrong model of the system (which is reflected in the…
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    (Quote from bocijn)


    Well, if one is active and one inactive, they are not identical.

    First off, using the word 'identical' with no modifiers is an extreme statement. That means 100% identical, no differences *at all*. More correctly, Mizuno built…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    CCS caused by ATER. Unless you cross-check your inactive electrode calibration results with an active electrode 'which nobody in their right mind would do'. Or unless you try a calibration like I described for Alan above.

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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    Absolutely true. That means an outside observer must make a judgment as to how much of the LENR claims to accept/believe. Personally, I am conservative and assume that the applicability of CCS/ATER in F&P-type CF experiments…