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Mon, 19 Mar 2012, 12:23pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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Lensman wrote:

ee-tom wrote:

...pretty well every statement (perhaps a light exaggeration - but you know what I mean?) Rossi has made about e-cats, which can be checked, has been turned out wrong.

That would be fun: Go thru all of Rossi's statements about the E-Cat, and count the ones which are actually true. Would Taylor have to use both hands? I doubt he'd have to take off his shoes. http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g194/Lensman03/Smileys/SmileySmlWink.gif

I can think of one thing Rossi said that was true. When he cast off Defkalion because they wouldn't give him money, Rossi said that Defkalion didn't have any of the secret eCat technology. That's true, since there is no secret eCat technology.


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Mon, 19 Mar 2012, 12:15pm DW sells some equipment »
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Lol.

I remember the heated debate about whether the 'production' facility that was almost complete in 2009 was for powder or for EESUs. There was much abuse from believers who steadfastly maintained it was for EESUs.

To all those folks I now say... fools, I told you so!!! With all the inane believer nattering back in the heady days where hopes were higher, this hardly seems a fitting epitaph, but I haven't the stomach to more eloquently rub believer noses in it.

The EESU production equipment was never installed. The 'production' system was for powder only.


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Fri, 16 Mar 2012, 3:42pm OT:Good Journalism »
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Ok. I'm bored so I'll bite.

About 20 years ago, my family and I were driving from Edmonton to Calgary. Near Airdrie, Alberta, the sky turned ominous. The clouds were low and unusually brown. When I looked to the west I saw shimmering in the sky. There were two faint, almost parallel lines going from the clouds to the ground. The shimmer was between these two lines.

Suddenly, a pile of dust flew into the air from a farmer's field. It was like a bomb had been detonated in the field. I stopped the car and watched.

I realized that I was watching a tornado. It wasn't a particularly big one. The odd thing was that it didn't look like any tornado I'd ever seen before on TV. You could easily look through it.

I took several pictures with my camera. Imagine my surprise when the developed pictures came back. The shimmering transparent tornado was solid dark in the photos. It looked like the classic tornados I'd seen on TV.

The lesson to me was that a camera may see things that a human eye can't.

It seems that the spectators saw nothing unusual. It was only when the video was examined that something showed up.

Maybe there were atmospheric reflections from the Chilean planes. *shrug*

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I've only ever seen a sun dog once. It was a circular object 'following' the plane I was in. It was clearly an atmospheric phenomena and not a UFO, but at the time I had no clue what it was. It would vanish and then reappear. The plane was flying straight so the sun dog position was constant. I don't know what would have happened if the plane had banked.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_dog

Sun dogs are more prevalent when wet airplane contrails form ice crystals.
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I don't know if either of these experiences are possible explanations for what was on the Chilean videos. Often there are explanations for UFO sightings that aren't obvious until researched thoroughly.

I remember one video of a UFO taken from a plane window.It wasn't a fake. It turned out to be a visual anomoly casued by the design curvature at the very edges of the plane window pane.


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Tue, 13 Mar 2012, 2:04pm U.S. EU Suing China over rare earth exports cutback rediculously hypocritical no? »
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Folks are blowing this out of proportion. The U.S. isn't 'suing' anyone! Taking trade complaints to the World Trade Organization for resolution is very common.

Here is a link for disputes before the WTO. Some have been ruled on, others haven't.

http://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/dis...

The list includes complaints by the EU against Canada, Canada against the EU, EU against the U.S., Japan against Canada, China against the U.S. and numerous others.

I remember past W.T.O. disputes between Canada and the U.S. They mostly dealt with lumber and salmon.

Everyone take a deep breath and say Ooooooommmmm.


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Sat, 10 Mar 2012, 9:03pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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What a surprise. Rossi was caught in another lie.

He states to the Florida government that all his production is overseas. Whatever happened to his robotic factory in the U.S. that was supposed to produce 1 million eCats this year?

Only total morons believed that Rossi had an American factory. It was just another pathological, compulsive lie to convince gullible investors to give him money.

Anyone who still believes that Rossi has got anything is a pathological idiot.


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Fri, 09 Mar 2012, 12:14pm Cadre Confidence Poll for everyone »
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Zero for a double.
Zero for a triple.
Zero for a home run.
greater than 99.9% for a strikeout.


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Fri, 09 Mar 2012, 8:46am Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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whiskeythief wrote:

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Feel free to go back and reference the pictures of Rossi's thermocouple placement and explain to us why you think it's not on the hottest part of the inlet of his counter-current heat exchanger. You can't because you're totally ignorant.

LOL, what heat? Your whole point is that the reaction does not create heat. Now you say the thermocouple is too close to the heat. You are making a fool of yourself.

Say what? Are you on drugs? I said that Rossi used no tricks with the heat from a chemical reaction. Of course there is heat, you idiot. At a minimum, Rossi put a whole lot of heat into his sCat for several hours prior to his 'demonstration'.

You really should stop saying stuff. Your braindead comments are amusing, but I doubt you appreciate that many folks here realize that you are a total idiot.


If Rossi is hiding a fake heat source then the position of the thermocouples is the least of the problems. I would be more concerned about the location of the fake heat source. You are making a fool of yourself.

You're such a flaming idiot. I said that I didn't think Rossi had a hidden heat source you moron. Gawd you're so stupid.

Let me repeat again for your pea brain.

* There is no hidden heat source in experiments with the fraudulently placed thermocouple.

* There are no tricks with chemical reactions.

* Rossi intentionally and fraudulently put a thermocouple on a hot area to falsely measure the temperature. He claims he's measuring the outlet temperature when the thermocouple is actually measuring a hotter temperature from the conductive heat from the hot side of the heat exchanger.

I fear you are too ignorant to understand this, since I've explained it before.

Entertain us with some more of your inane babbling.


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Wed, 07 Mar 2012, 4:16pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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whiskeythief wrote:

Oakthicket wrote:

Feel free to go back and reference the pictures of Rossi's thermocouple placement and explain to us why you think it's not on the hottest part of the inlet of his counter-current heat exchanger. You can't because you're totally ignorant.

LOL, what heat? Your whole point is that the reaction does not create heat. Now you say the thermocouple is too close to the heat. You are making a fool of yourself.

Say what? Are you on drugs? I said that Rossi used no tricks with the heat from a chemical reaction. Of course there is heat, you idiot. At a minimum, Rossi put a whole lot of heat into his sCat for several hours prior to his 'demonstration'.

You really should stop saying stuff. Your braindead comments are amusing, but I doubt you appreciate that many folks here realize that you are a total idiot.


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Wed, 07 Mar 2012, 12:50pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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whiskeythief wrote:

"The placement of the thermocouple is obvious to anyone who knows about heat exchangers."

I think you are making a fool of yourself as usual.

Your problem is in your first two words. Thinking plays no part in what you do. You open your mouth, and garbage comes out. You are so utterly clueless that you've been the butt of ridicule from skeptic and believer alike.

Feel free to go back and reference the pictures of Rossi's thermocouple placement and explain to us why you think it's not on the hottest part of the inlet of his counter-current heat exchanger. You can't because you're totally ignorant.


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Tue, 06 Mar 2012, 12:53pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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The placement of the thermocouple is obvious to anyone who knows about heat exchangers. The T-out thermocouple is attached to the hottest part of the inlet of the counter-current heat exchanger. There is no doubt. Pictures confirm it.

The design is adequate for the promulgation of Rossi's blatant fraud.


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Mon, 05 Mar 2012, 4:27pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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Lock it when Rossi is locked up.


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Mon, 05 Mar 2012, 11:45am Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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ee-tom wrote:

Oh dear..

So parallel, what is that about our concerns about Rossi sensor siting being ridiculous because Rossi was bound to do it properly?

http://blog.newenergytimes.com/2012/03/03/rossi...

“This test was an intentional deception, as usual,” Ahern wrote.

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Not one of the devices Rossi had agreed to deliver under contract worked.

OK - I'll now join the "Rossi is almost certainly a scammer" crowd (moved from probably).

This is just the latest a long series of events that categorically show that Rossi is a fraud. When this measurement issue was first raised last year, there was a series of photos that definitively showed the incorrect placement of the thermocouple.

That the eCat still has the thermocouple placed where it would give an erroneously high reading shows once again that Rossi is a fraud.

Like most science frauds, there is no hidden trick or carefully controlled chemical reaction. It's an obvious, open and verifiable fraud. It reminds me of the Steorn over-unity demonstration where the battery was in plain view.


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Mon, 05 Mar 2012, 11:29am Interesting site on EVs »
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Tec wrote:

I wouldn't be too surprised to find more people using horse and buggy than EVs in the US at this point either.

This is certainly the case where I live. I haven't seen an EV on the road yet. I see horses and buggies every day since I'm in Amish Mennonite territory.


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Thu, 01 Mar 2012, 2:40pm HHO Generator? »
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Lol. You guys are entertaining... really. This is not a jab.


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Wed, 29 Feb 2012, 5:36pm Rossi Low Energy Nuclear Reaction confirmed? »
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Yup. Defkalion shut down their forum. The scammers couldn't take the heat. Their promises of public disclosures were lies. They got too many questions and suffered too much embarrassment.


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