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Author Topic: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.  (Read 718179 times)

Offline MileHigh

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2055 on: April 09, 2012, 06:31:38 PM »
Try again Rosemary if you are going to play with the so-called "big boys" then you have learn to talk like the big boys.

Your answer is ambiguous and raises more questions than it tries to answer.  We want a coherent and definitive answer from you that makes sense.

Your answer is not not acceptable.  Try again.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2056 on: April 09, 2012, 06:33:22 PM »
We do not measure an input of  current from the function generator.  On the contrary.  It seems that current is being returned there.

Rosemary



I assume your distinction between "an input of current from" and "being returned there" is in reference to polarity.  Indeed, a function generator, depending on its connection to a circuit and the settings on its front panel, can "sink" or "source" current, as it is typically referred to.

So, are you saying "yes", current can flow through a function generator but that you are merely making a distinction between the actual polarity of that current flow as it applies to your circuit?

PW




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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2057 on: April 09, 2012, 07:12:40 PM »
She has no idea what she IS talking about. We have all of us read and understood the Agilent document... all of us except You Know Who.

RE the comment in her MISQUOTE of me about "phase shifts"... this has been explained MANY TIMES as an artefact of the oscilloscope and it has also been shown how to prevent it WHEN AN EXTERNAL TRIGGER IS AVAILABLE. Anyone who actually understands these matters knows that I am correct, ONCE AGAIN, about some distortion that RA tries to pin on me.

Rosemary, you have got to stop that crap. If you don't understand what you see, ASK YOUR ACADEMICS to explain it to you; don't just pull something out of left field and call it an "explanation" or a "quotation".

Going back nearly TWO WEEKS....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w60ycUsuPIY

Function generator polarity and current flow:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hz4o37g8XmI

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2058 on: April 09, 2012, 07:50:56 PM »
Oh, this burns me up. Rosemary, you are a liar of the worst kind. How many husbands have you buried, anyway?

Here is the paragraph that she is revising in her comment below.

I said, directed to .99,
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.99: In the video I realize that I'm oscillating the Q1 mosfet because I've got the 555 pin 3 going to the FG POSITIVE location on the circuit, but now I've fixed that, simply by routing the Pin 3 to the FG NEGATIVE location on the circuit (duh). Using a variable power supply at 10 volts input to the 555 circuit, I have perfectly stable oscillations on the Q2 mosfet drains (and everywhere else of course) and a reading on the inline meter of about 320 mA..... and the load is warming nicely. (9 volts from the 9v battery wasn't quite enough to get stable in the q2 osc mode.) I found that the 555 gets hot and glitchy so I put a heat sink on it and now it is perfectly stable, has been running the Tar Baby and heating the load with Q2 oscs only for an hour or so, load is up to 104 F.


And she says,
Guys,

Now that I've got my thread back - partially - I've also got the time to comment on previous posts in better detail.  This one is intriguing. Lest anyone's inclined to take it seriously - a transcript follows.


Transcript. Look up the definition of a transcript. The ABOVE is a transcript. The BELOW is a lying distortion.

Quote

Here's how I read this paragraph.

"I got the oscillations even though I put the 555 pin 3 at the FG positive.  But I've fixed that.  I changed to a variable power supply and I also put that 555 pin 2 to the FG negative.  And now.  Surprisingly all is STILL oscillating as it should be.  Everywhere.  And off my little inline ammeter I can show a current drawn down at 320 mA... Although my little inline ammeter can't read amperage at these frequencies.  And the load is warming up nicely - but that 'warm up' is ONLY due to the 'tuning prior to the oscillations.  It has nothing to do with the oscillations themselves - which are essentially valueless.  I've already explained this.  In my previous video related to this.  And nor am I about to tell you the actual voltage across the batteries - because then I'd have to admit that I'm using batteries.  And worse still - you'll be able to calculate how much energy is being dissipated at that load.  Or you might.  God forbid that anything become that relevant.  So.  For now.  Pro temp.  Assume that it is NOT whatever is shown.  And while I'm at it - DID I MENTION THAT THERE ARE PHASE SHIFTS?  If not... then look closely.  8) And I'll not bother to calculate the voltage across the load - but REST ASSURED.  It's sum is NEGATIVE.  I sucked that number out of my thumb after I'd washed my hands.  But before my manicure.  That way you can assume freely.  Like I do.  And I am most earnestly IMPLYING that we're doing a replication of the NERD circuit array and not the TK TAR BABY which stands for 'TERRIBLE KIND OF TRIAL AT REPLICATING - BABY.  And BABY stands for Badly Advised By an Y'idiot."

So indeed - if I do not view TK's videos then I may very well fall 'behind'.  And thankfully TK's work PROGRESSES. And thankfully I took note of his caution.  As for the rest of that post - I think I covered that point where he proposed that he was, in fact an ANONYMOUS BLIND REVIEWER.  Golly.  Thankfully he's basing his review of his own hard work on that Terrible Kind of Trial at Replicating.  BABY.  And being blind he's  under no obligation to refer to facts. 

THANKFULLY.
Kindest regards,
Rosemary

You are a lying, evil, mean-spirited old woman, and you aren't very nice at all, and every time you sign your posts with "Kindest Regards", yet your posts are dripping with lies and insults and distortions.... you reveal your underlying hypocrisy and withered spirit.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2059 on: April 09, 2012, 08:01:26 PM »
In a very mean spirited "reply" to fuzzytomcat, Rosemary Ainslie wrote,
(snip)
Someone may want to inform this writer that 'self bloviating' doesn't actually mean anything at all.  (snip)
Anyway - far be it from me to discourage this effort.  I've always been something of a scholar of the written word.  (snip)
Kindest as ever,
Rosie Posie

Googling "bloviating":

Search   About 383,000 results  (0.12 seconds)

Here are a few of the more reliable definitions:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bloviate
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloviation
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bloviating
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/bloviate


I swear, this is like shooting fish in a barrel. It's not even sportsmanlike. "Self-bloviating" has an obvious, well defined and very appropriately applied meaning.

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Offline TinselKoala

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2060 on: April 09, 2012, 08:07:38 PM »
I find it particularly insulting that she thinks dirty hands are something to be ashamed of. I wonder how she treats her car mechanics, her elevator repairmen, the technicians that maintain her plumbing, her aircraft, her garden...... All this from the Red Queen, sitting secure in her manicured home in a gated community, having everybody else do her dirty work for her.
Ah... how I long for the French Revolution. Ainslie reminds me a lot of Marie Antoinette.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2061 on: April 09, 2012, 08:19:45 PM »
And one more before I walk the "other bitch" Maggie.

The inline ammeter that I use here is a 3-dollar special. I am not about to expose my Fluke 83 or my Simpson 464 to this nonsense circuit until I have full understanding of it.

Everyone but RA has noticed that I make a distinction between "precision" and "accuracy", and I generally do not say "the current through the unit is 320 mA" but rather I say "the inline ammeter reads 320 mA".... a very different statement altogether, and those in the know understand the difference.

For the same settings and arrangements and knobs and voltages, the inline ammeter gives consistent readings. This means that it is "precise". It could be telling me the wrong answer, though--- in other words it could be PRECISE without being ACCURATE. Precision is easy. Accuracy is another thing altogether, and it requires making the same measurement BY DIFFERENT METHODS, in other words, "calibration" to standards. I do not pretend, nor ever have pretended, that the DMM is ACCURATE, only that it is relatively precise.

The Ainslie NERD team measurements are precise. That's what DSOs are for. The Ainslie NERD team measurements are not accurate, though, and hooking up two oscilloscopes in strict parallel is NOT "calibration" to standards of accuracy. That's what a brain is for.... and that's what was left out of the Ainslie "experiments".

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2062 on: April 09, 2012, 09:33:28 PM »
Howdy members and guests,

Again we have Rosemary totally unaware of the posting or was it a choice Rosemary made on ignoring the posting that's been asked now the third time and posting it's been answered ?

This important "fact" of which schematics were "EVER" used and documented in any testing and evaluation that needs clarification from the "INVENTOR" of the COP>INFINITY device.

The ramifications if this schematic ( Simulation Schematic.jpg ) ( ROSSI-JOP-2-PDF_Q1_Q2_x4_.PNG ) was used and misrepresented as "NOT" being used for testing and evaluation of any high inductive resistor heating loads over 6 amps it wouldn't be professional although at this point does your reputation Rosemary matter it's fairly well been discredited now anyway.

If there is any error it needs to be corrected there cannot be replicators and verifiers assumptions always made because "YOU" Rosemary refuse to answer any questions that may discredit your unproven "Fu Man Chu Zipperon Break Dancing" standard model "THESIS" that only you understand, always tied some how to all your unproven COP>INFINITY device(s).

FTC
 :P

Well guys - that's it.  A mere 33 posts yesterday - and all answered.  Not bad going for the 'frail and elderly' - all things considered.

Kindest as ever,
Rosemary

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http://www.overunity.com/11675/another-small-breakthrough-on-our-nerd-technology/msg318062/#msg318062        Reply #1911 on: April 07, 2012, 10:45:26 AM

So the device schematic from paper 2 ( ROSSI-JOP-2- PDF.pdf ) is wrong and the "correct" device schematic is in paper 1 ( ROSSI-JOP-1-PDF.pdf ) a typo you say.

The device schematic in paper 2 ( ROSSI-JOP-2- PDF.pdf ) the same device schematic posted in your miss mosfet "SUPER TROLL'S' BLOG site http://newlightondarkenergy.blogspot.com/2011/04/109-simulated-circuit.html ( Simulation Schematic.jpg ) ( ROSSI-JOP-2-PDF_Q1_Q2_x4_.PNG ) were these device schematics used at "ALL" in your papers 1 & 2 or some other testing of yours anywhere ?

Yes or No ??   

Is that "ONE" question to hard now ....  ???

No more blah, blah, blah ..... I'll keep posting this a thousand times just like you do your THESIS crap until you answer the question !!!

CHEERS,
FTC

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Offline TinselKoala

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2063 on: April 09, 2012, 10:39:20 PM »
Damn. Not another "official" schematic controversy.

I sure wish Rosemary would just come right out and say, "Schematic X is the right one, Schematic Y was a typo and I'm now correcting it in every copy of the papers posted along with a note of retraction, and Schematic Z, which TK uses, is.... er..... um....... just like mine except for the 555 timer instead of the FG therefore TK is Torquemada."

But we all know that she will just fill another page or two with self-bloviating, and refuse to acknowledge the real issues.

Here, NERDs... I give you this for nothing, because that's exactly what it's worth.
« Last Edit: April 10, 2012, 03:33:36 AM by TinselKoala »

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2064 on: April 10, 2012, 02:12:46 AM »
All:

I think we need a breather and we need to tone down the rhetoric.  Any progress will require compromise on both sides.

Certainly it's fairly easy to identify one problem and it's a problem that has been ongoing from just about the very beginning.  The problem is this willful ignoring of basic technical concepts and facts by Rosemary.

Take the example of the issue of if current can actually flow through the function generator or not.  It's obvious that Rosemary has been ignoring this fact for a long time and she is just pushing on anyways and turning a deaf ear.

Rosemary, this has to stop.  The way to go forward is to learn and understand.

Put it this way:  If you willfully ignore that current can go through the function generator, then how does the current flow?  You talk about your mastery of writing and language, but when it comes to talking about current flow you can't string six words together that make sense.  That is a fact and the way to try to resolve this is to put a sincere effort into trying to learn.  There is no reason that you can't come to understand how the current flows through the function generator and there is no reason that you can't learn how to articulate that properly.

So I propose that whenever we come to one of these impasses that you engage and try to learn and then we move on.  We never hear the words "can you please help me understand this" from you and it's about time you start.

You are dealing with experts and it's about time you acknowledge this.  We all have our limitations, for example I am not an expert in MOSFETs and you can tell by my lack of familiarity with the proper technical terms.  It's been 21 years since I worked on a bench and when I did I worked in digital logic design.  I know that I am slipping, it has been so long.  I can still read a MOSFET spec sheet though and understand it.  I simply don't have any real-word design experience with MOSFETs.  But in other areas I am an expert.  There are clearly some MOSFET experts here, that's for sure.

So no more of this willfully ignoring basic electronics and circuit concepts.  It's completely unacceptable.  Current can flow through the function generator.  All that you have to do is ask questions and try to learn.  You have to read the Agilent white paper and try to understand it.  Ask questions if you don't understand it.

On the other side it's time to stop the gratuitous bashing which tends to come in waves.  Sometimes it's emotionally draining to read.  Most of us are guilty and it can get too nasty.  You have to think MLK.

So that's it.  In my opinion, if this going to go anywhere, then no more willful ignoring and no more gratuitous bashing would be a good start.

MileHigh

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2065 on: April 10, 2012, 03:14:29 AM »
Guys,

Let me start with this post. 
Rosemary,

Do all of your "collaborators" agree with your assertion that no current can flow through a function generator?

PW

This from that excessively impartial of all men who has that much intellectual honesty that he acknowledges that he has incorrectly evaluated as DC a voltage that should have been determined as AC.  And then he proposes, notwithstanding the evidence, that the AC o f s as detailed on the display - references the 'distance' from zero. And when I show him that this is incorrect he acknowledges NOTHING but moves on - with the public inference being that my explanation is to be IGNORED for want of being correct.  And that he - personally - prefers to use his own oscilloscope.  Then he evinces a sense of 'injury'.  'What have I done to deserve that?" he asks? when I point out the obvious lack of integrity at not acknowledging the answer  - and the equally obvious lack of impartiality by so doing?  Let me remind you PicoWatt.  You repeated that question 7 times - I think it was - while I was struggling through a grand total of 42 'flamed' posts in the course of one singe day.  And most of those 42 posts were relying on your authority that the waveform was faulty or that the MOSFET's were blown.  Pages and pages of calumny and slander - based on that SINGLE INCORRECT DEDUCTION.  And  from 'whome' as Glen Lettenmaier refers to it?  From another BLIND REVIEWER?  Which is the misnomer for 'Troll of the worst kind who is pretending to be reasonable?'  And then you undertake to 'stay away' and even manage it - partially.  When - yet again you come in from the dark and somewhat compulsively 'ask another innocent question'.  How many pages do you anticipate of trollmanship will ensue?  And how much 'BLIND REVIEWING AUTHORITY' do you 'pretend' in asking that question?

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« Reply #2066 on: April 10, 2012, 03:36:41 AM »
Then this comes - hot on the tail of that question - but this time from MileHigh

Try again Rosemary if you are going to play with the so-called "big boys" then you have learn to talk like the big boys.

Your answer is ambiguous and raises more questions than it tries to answer.  We want a coherent and definitive answer from you that makes sense.

Your answer is not not acceptable.  Try again.

MileHigh

I am now roundly 'advised' that he and Picowatt and TK are the 'big boys'?  Golly.  Does he mean that they're 'big' in the sense that a gramm is roughly equal to the excessive size and weight mass of Jabba the Hut?  Or simply that it's  as big as 1 pickle per 72 inches?  Or one foot per every 72  pickles - jammed into one really big mouth? Or that it's that big that it reaches 1760 yards vertically - give or take a few inches because it's measured a short distance above ground?  Are they big because they can manage pages of utterly undefined acronyms in their efforts to exaggerate what little knowledge they have?  Or are they 'big' in direct proportion to the calumny and spite that they parade in page after page after page of spurious posts and spurious facts and spurious observations and spurious tests - NONE of which are scientific - and ALL of which are intended to discredit our hard work?  Or are they 'big' in the sense that they can discredit what they like when the like because they're well funded?  They 'belong' in whole and in part - in spirit and in truth - to our monopolistic interests?  Or are the simply 'big' in spirit - where they see endless value in the constant barrage of actionable slander - against an excessively elderly woman - who has no defense other than intellect.  Or.  Are they big as the lions in that Roman arena are big when they circle their prey and weigh up their chances for some breakfast? 

Define BIG - MILEHIGH

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Rosemary

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #2067 on: April 10, 2012, 03:39:29 AM »
"What, the people have no bread? Let them eat Cake !"

Off with his head, cried the Red Queen RoseMarie Antoinette.

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« Reply #2068 on: April 10, 2012, 03:42:41 AM »
Guys,

Let me start with this post. 
This from that excessively impartial of all men who has that much intellectual honesty that he acknowledges that he has incorrectly evaluated as DC a voltage that should have been determined as AC.  And then he proposes, notwithstanding the evidence, that the AC o f s as detailed on the display - references the 'distance' from zero. And when I show him that this is incorrect he acknowledges NOTHING but moves on - with the public inference being that my explanation is to be IGNORED for want of being correct.  And that he - personally - prefers to use his own oscilloscope.  Then he evinces a sense of 'injury'.  'What have I done to deserve that?" he asks? when I point out the obvious lack of integrity at not acknowledging the answer  - and the equally obvious lack of impartiality by so doing?  Let me remind you PicoWatt.  You repeated that question 7 times - I think it was - while I was struggling through a grand total of 42 'flamed' posts in the course of one singe day.  And most of those 42 posts were relying on your authority that the waveform was faulty or that the MOSFET's were blown.  Pages and pages of calumny and slander - based on that SINGLE INCORRECT DEDUCTION.  And  from 'whome' as Glen Lettenmaier refers to it?  From another BLIND REVIEWER?  Which is the misnomer for 'Troll of the worst kind who is pretending to be reasonable?'  And then you undertake to 'stay away' and even manage it - partially.  When - yet again you come in from the dark and somewhat compulsively 'ask another innocent question'.  How many pages do you anticipate of trollmanship will ensue?  And how much 'BLIND REVIEWING AUTHORITY' do you 'pretend' in asking that question?

Rosemary

See, I told you, PW. She knows more about reading oscilloscope boxes than you do, or will ever learn to do. Why, if the man who signs your paycheck ever finds out the true depth of your knowledge about electronic test equipment....

you just might get a raise.


(Don't look, but she's just diverted attention from the seven or eight stupid assertions she made in the last few pages that were IMMEDIATELY and soundly refuted by references, dictionary definitions, and demonstrations. Yet she makes no acknowledgement that she was ONCE AGAIN outrageously WRONG, and moves on to attack viciously the most reasonable  poster left in this thread.)

Meanwhile... Testing Kontinues.

Just not in South Africa.

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« Reply #2069 on: April 10, 2012, 03:46:17 AM »
Which, in turn is then followed by this post.



I assume your distinction between "an input of current from" and "being returned there" is in reference to polarity.  Indeed, a function generator, depending on its connection to a circuit and the settings on its front panel, can "sink" or "source" current, as it is typically referred to.

So, are you saying "yes", current can flow through a function generator but that you are merely making a distinction between the actual polarity of that current flow as it applies to your circuit?

PW

I have NO INTENTION OF ANSWERING YOUR QUESTION.  READ OUR PAPER.  And IF you want me to speak on behalf of my collaborators then I propose that you 'email' your question and I will then circulate it.  I understood that you'd undertaken NOT to post on my thread.  Or was that undertaking simply for 'effect'?  And that - as in all things - none of you assume the need to act according to your 'word'?

Rosemary

 

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