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Author Topic: Testing Theories, and Hi  (Read 2784 times)

Offline philandy

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Testing Theories, and Hi
« on: June 10, 2016, 11:48:53 AM »
Hey everyone!

I am testing my own theories and want to report my findings optimally. So my questions are:
1. What specific tests should I do?
2. What is a proper report?
3. Where do I send the reports?
(4. What else?)

Thank you!

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Testing Theories, and Hi
« on: June 10, 2016, 11:48:53 AM »

Offline webby1

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2016, 03:59:11 PM »
Hey everyone!
Greetings!
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I am testing my own theories and want to report my findings optimally. So my questions are:
1. What specific tests should I do?
This will depend upon "what" you are testing and how.
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2. What is a proper report?
A full list of all the variables and constants.
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3. Where do I send the reports?
Start a thread with your test name,, say like "rotary weight shift",, in the first post inform us all on what you are testing,,, and what you are expecting and maybe a drawing or schematic of what it is you are using.
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(4. What else?)

Thank you!

You will get feedback,, some nice and some might not be considered as nice and some may be just bad,, that is how it is so do not take things too personally.

We have people on this forum that have seen decades of devices and claims and most of those claims  were misinterpretations of what the tester was doing or wrong measurements,, and sometimes the responses are short and not so informative because they have seen it so many times.

So,, post your theories and how you are going to test for them and what your results are,, and at least think about what the responses are and how you might change your test setup to see if what the response is is something for you to consider and change your assumption over.

Welcome to the group!

Offline Apomass

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2016, 05:20:31 PM »
I wanted to ask the same question, so I find this answer helpful.

So, I need to make a quality draft and to present it. I hope there are members who will be able to help me.

Offline philandy

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #3 on: June 22, 2016, 11:13:03 AM »
Greetings!...You will get feedback...
Thanks so much I'm keeping this all in mind going forward (yes beyond what I'm quoting). What would be the biggest lure of feedback though?

Offline webby1

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #4 on: June 22, 2016, 02:13:18 PM »
I wanted to ask the same question, so I find this answer helpful.

Hi Apomass,,

Sorry I missed your post until now.

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So, I need to make a quality draft and to present it. I hope there are members who will be able to help me.

Not so much,, I made a thread on ROC

http://overunity.com/16258/roc/#.V2p-jyvSWY0

It is not a "quality" presentation but puts out there what my thought is,, and then there is the thread on Simoscopy where it started out as a question but has ended up being just me posting some of my results from running some sims.

So even if you are thinking about something and it is not complete,, well that is OK and maybe someone on the board can help fill in the missing parts??

Welcome to the group!

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #4 on: June 22, 2016, 02:13:18 PM »
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Offline webby1

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2016, 02:30:33 PM »
Thanks so much I'm keeping this all in mind going forward (yes beyond what I'm quoting). What would be the biggest lure of feedback though?

When walking down a path that you have not been down before,, others may have and they might be able to shed some light on your journey.

I started a thread on cap to cap dump,, others joined in.  Verpies asked a theoretical question and I started to think about it and we had a few back and forths and I think that ended up with a testable setup that might show a gain for the operator,, without that feedback I might not of thought about the dielectric being able to do work on the plates without loosing the energy that was used to "charge" the plates,, that was Verpies supplying feedback and a good idea.

Another aspect is that feedback is another set of eyes looking at what you are doing,, and often those eyes will not see things the same way as you do,, so that can allow you to see things in different ways and that helps you to make sense out of where you are at and where you think you want to go.

For me,, it is more in the "way" others think,, the approach they take to solving something.  I find this helpful in that I can use their approach even without having feedback from them,, that of course comes from interacting with them a few times.

I do most of my stuff in a vacuum of myself,, sometimes it is nice just to share with other people, it can make you feel so not alone in your journey of investigation.

Offline Reiyuki

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
« Reply #6 on: June 22, 2016, 04:43:33 PM »
  I can't answer for professional research, but as an amateur I can suggest that you document EVERYTHING.   Pictures of setups, test equipment, types of components, type of wire used, everything you can think of.

  So many times I've gone over old lab notes with new insight, and could not get any useful info because I neglected to document a specific measurement on a cap or transformer beforehand.

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Re: Testing Theories, and Hi
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