One more dishonest question.Kahuna wrote:Here is Jed Rothwell's take on the whole Krivit/Levi/Rossi kerfuffle:
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l%40 ... 47936.html
Seems Rothwell was invited to view the E-Cat as well and ended up declining when Rossi nixed the calorimity he wanted to do. He says he sees Rossi's side of things, but Rossi certainly was not open to a closer expert look at the device. OTOH, I really don't believe the UoB Physics department is in on some sort of conspiracy with Rossi. It would have to be incompetence and/or sloppiness to make much sense to me.
PS: It also appears from the comments on 22passi that Levi may give the data he was going to give to Krivit to Passerini instead. He said that he will post it on his blog when/if this happens (at least that is how I read the Google translation).
What do you discuss here my dear Sirs?
What disturb have one engineer and two professors to put the simplest experiment to measure a quantity of allocated heat?
In such a way that nobody would cause doubts.
Mr. Krivit has assumed very correctly: to increase water flow that there was no phase transition into steam.
I see here one children's babble and juggling with some names.
Names of people who or can't correctly put experiment or can’t correctly interpret its results.