Axil wrote:Rossi does not call the shots anymore. He has sold his IP to Industral Heat. IH allowed the Lagno test. They set the ground rules for the test. Their modivtion may be different from those of Rossi. I have tried to get this into your heads for months but these heads are very hard.
I am sorry but you will never be able to convince anyone who has a minimum of technical background about that.
Either a machine/a system/an experiment works or does not work. Changing the "ground rules" for testing it can't alter reality.
In other words if the machine is the same and input parameters are the same than the output parameters MUST be the same, regardless of the way you measure them. That's the essence of repeatability.
A failure in obtaining the same results readings when changing the way to read them implies a faulty experiment in the original set up or in the new set up or (almost always) in both.
That's why for the last 5 years Rossi has been asked to perform a quick, basic, easy, cheap, error proof calorimetric test.
Everyone can make up is own mind on why he escaped from such a simple experimental set up while choosing convoluted systems that just add layers over layers of potential reading errors.
Simplicity is the essence of a real researcher.
A society of dogmas is a dead society.