lkelemen Member

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  • lkelemen Reacted with Like to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    No - casual insults are the worst behaviour. That gets people banned
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  • lkelemen Reacted with Like to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    And you are a member of another clan of course. And I don't know who you are either.
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  • lkelemen Reacted with Like to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    We have been receiving complaints about posts in this thread - complaints from non-members. IMHO if people want to complain they should perhaps join the forum and complain from inside not from outside- but regardless of that, please avoid direct…
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  • lkelemen Reacted with Like to Mark U’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Truth, on April 4 someone asked already asked Rossi if he would put up a live online counter to show preorder numbers, and Rossi replied "maybe". Today someone asked Rossi if he expected to reach 1 million orders before the Demo, and he replied "no". …
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  • lkelemen Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from PhysicsForDummies)

    you don't need in-, out power measurements if you can calculate how big volume is needed to power a led for a year with known energy sources (assuming the device is not connected to the mains)
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  • lkelemen Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Rob Woudenberg)

    your calculations seem to be OK although it's not based on 2020 data.
    Do you know how much % of fossil energy is used for heating? An ecat can be used for heating too.
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  • lkelemen Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Mark U

    Rossi's 58% is global not US and it's for fossil not for electric. how much fossil energy is needed to produce 15% of the world's electricity?
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