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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims  (Read 251178 times)

Offline Thaelin

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #465 on: February 24, 2014, 10:06:59 PM »
  This post is off topic so plz just ignore it really.

I want to thank all of you for the absolutely wonderful
hallarious ride this topic has given. Spelling is toast as
I have had one too many buddies today. I sometimes
go away with tears running down my face from laughter.

On a real note, I just hit one of the formalities of using
a probe in the wrong place. Once corrected, it makes more
sense.  So keep on keeping on

thay


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #466 on: February 24, 2014, 10:22:41 PM »
Not off topic at all, thanks for posting! Yes, the main value of the Ainslie affair at this point is for the Lulz.

We've all (except Ainslie) learned a little something here and there from the exploration and the running down of effects and causes, but that is mostly in the past, since it has been going on for so many years. The only new things lately have been the two demonstrations last year, which were the first indications that Ainslie might actually be responsive in a constructive way to analysis and criticism by those who know far more than she.

But as you can see, after a few weeks have passed, it is as if those demos never happened, for Ainslie has reverted to a much more primitive level of lack of understanding. The gains made by Steve Weir in boosting Ainslie's understanding have vanished, like water rolling off a duck's back. So the amusement factor is all that there is left, really.

Well, there is the annoyance factor as well. I took apart two much more interesting and important experiments that I had set up in my lab in order to defeat Ainslie in her latest silly ridiculous cynical "challenge".

Anyhow... hoist one for me, while you are at it!

Cheers... and stay tuned, it is impossible to believe that Ainslie will ever stop her comedic output.
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #467 on: February 24, 2014, 10:38:32 PM »
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #468 on: February 24, 2014, 10:54:32 PM »
I see what you did there... you snuck in a dI/dt term. But our correspondent has never had any math beyond simple arithmetic. Her exposure to differential calculus is nil. The smallest infinitesimal time interval she can handle is the duration of one of her scope's samples.

To her credit she, or more probably Donny, has "invented" a numerical approximation of an integral, by computing the area of the rectangles representing the sample interval x indicated "instantaneous" current (or power), and then adding the areas all up. Kind of a bastardized Rectangle Rule for approximating an integral from discrete samples. Yet, years ago when I mentioned "integration" as the proper term for what she was trying to do... she thought I was talking about some anti-apartheid racial thing.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #469 on: February 24, 2014, 11:07:31 PM »
I see what you did there... you snuck in a dI/dt term. But our correspondent has never had any math beyond simple arithmetic. Her exposure to differential calculus is nil. The smallest infinitesimal time interval she can handle is the duration of one of her scope's samples.

To her credit she, or more probably Donny, has "invented" a numerical approximation of an integral, by computing the area of the rectangles representing the sample interval x indicated "instantaneous" current (or power), and then adding the areas all up. Kind of a bastardized Rectangle Rule for approximating an integral from discrete samples. Yet, years ago when I mentioned "integration" as the proper term for what she was trying to do... she thought I was talking about some anti-apartheid racial thing.
If you are not nice, I will introduce Euler!

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #470 on: February 25, 2014, 01:57:40 AM »
I see that Ainslie and Poynt99 are having trouble agreeing on the FACTS of the matter concerning the FG's role in completing the circuit for the Q2s during oscillation.

It is trivially easy to disprove Ainslie's ridiculous contention that the Q2s are "disconnected" during the "off" or oscillating portion of the waveform. All one needs to do is to do what I did in my videos: Build the circuit so that the SOURCES of the Q2s can be physically actually disconnected from the FG.

After all, if they are "disconnected" by the circuit operation, then surely actually CUTTING THE WIRE can't make any difference.  But it does. No oscillations are possible unless the Sources of the Q2s ARE CONNECTED to the FG, because the FG provides the necessary bias current AND the completed pathway to the battery negative.


Can you make oscillations now, silly ignorant Ainslie? Of course you CANNOT.  The only alteration in the circuit is that the Q2s are now ACTUALLY disconnected from the ACTUAL path through the FG.

So I'd just love to hear why the wire needs to be connected even though you claim in your utter ignorance that the transistors are disconnected. What is that wire doing, then, if not passing current THROUGH the FG?

Flail and whine, chatter and bloviate and flail, Ainslie ..... this simple test demolishes your crazy ideas YET AGAIN.


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #471 on: February 25, 2014, 02:45:45 AM »
If you can bring yourself to sit through a portion of the August 11, demonstration from about 49:30 to 51:30, that's where Steve had them adjust the function generator offset voltage demonstrating as one of your videos did that the function generator offset changes the loop current and power contributed by the function generator.  Around 51:20, Ms. Ainslie declared her agreement with Steve's explanation.  Of course now, she insists that explanation is invalid.  Will she find the courage to disconnect the Q2 source wires as you suggest?????  What will happen to the function generator red lead voltage if she does?????  All she has to do is unclip the four Q2 source clips.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #472 on: February 25, 2014, 04:41:11 AM »
Yes, it's hilarious isn't it. Ainslie is not only a liar and a fool, but she is also a hypocrite.

If there was ever any doubt that there is something severely wrong with Ainslie's mind, here is the proof.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #473 on: February 25, 2014, 05:14:12 AM »
Ms. Ainslie is on quite a roll.  Has she completely forgotten that during the June 29 demonstration that they showed how they got Figures: 3, 6, and 7, by misconnecting the Channel 1 scope probe?  Their current sense was a 6" length of solid wire, not the four one Ohm current sense resistors.  She and her collaborators did not connect the Channel 1 scope probe across the resistors.  That's why the current sense trace was flat at zero in Figure 3.  Ms. Ainslie is insisting that she measured 14App during the oscillation phase.  What she measured was the AC current that passed through the MOSFET parasitic capacitance superimposed on the inductive impedance of the wiring.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #473 on: February 25, 2014, 05:14:12 AM »
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #474 on: February 25, 2014, 05:25:40 AM »
If you can bring yourself to sit through a portion of the August 11, demonstration from about 49:30 to 51:30, that's where Steve had them adjust the function generator offset voltage demonstrating as one of your videos did that the function generator offset changes the loop current and power contributed by the function generator.  Around 51:20, Ms. Ainslie declared her agreement with Steve's explanation.  Of course now, she insists that explanation is invalid.  Will she find the courage to disconnect the Q2 source wires as you suggest? ??? ?  What will happen to the function generator red lead voltage if she does? ??? ?  All she has to do is unclip the four Q2 source clips.

Going through that miserable trainwreck again is literally painful. But I've excerpted the portion you have flagged. It's processing now and will be uploaded in a little while. This portion is amazing indeed. I do believe a couple of eighth-graders would have done a better job cooperating with Steve Weir in making their instrument settings, readings, and general videography. The part where Steve is trying to get them just to change the FG offset without fiddling with other things is like chewing on sand. To think that Ainslie is critical of MY videos... what a hoot! Without Steve's contribution and that of Poynt99, there would be nothing at all of value in that mess of knobtwisting and fiddling about. I will make the point again: All valid data on Ainslie's circuit and her outlandish claims comes NOT from Ainslie and her "team" but rather from her detractors and critics, who actually know what they are doing and how to interpret what they see on an oscilloscope. Ainslie cannot interpret a scope trace, and I doubt if Martin can either, since he spent well over five minutes trying to read a frequency of a sinusoidal waveform. If there aren't numbers in boxes for them to read, they are lost.

Will she do the simple experiment I posted above? No, of course she will not. She will not do anything that has the possibility of proving her wrong. She will emit excuses, like she doesn't have the apparatus set up any more, she doesn't want to bother Donovan, she can't tell whoever has the apparatus to do it, whatever. Even if she does, which I seriously doubt, she will engage in some hand-waving posthockery involving entities not in evidence, like zipons or truants or magnetic monopoles or something. Meanwhile she'll continue to shout and rave her strawman "challenge", trying to get me and Poynt99 to hook up a genuine 275 volt source to the outputs of our FGs.

I'll post the link to the excerpt once it's ready.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #475 on: February 25, 2014, 05:40:22 AM »
Going through that miserable trainwreck again is literally painful. But I've excerpted the portion you have flagged. It's processing now and will be uploaded in a little while. This portion is amazing indeed. I do believe a couple of eighth-graders would have done a better job cooperating with Steve Weir in making their instrument settings, readings, and general videography. The part where Steve is trying to get them just to change the FG offset without fiddling with other things is like chewing on sand. To think that Ainslie is critical of MY videos... what a hoot! Without Steve's contribution and that of Poynt99, there would be nothing at all of value in that mess of knobtwisting and fiddling about. I will make the point again: All valid data on Ainslie's circuit and her outlandish claims comes NOT from Ainslie and her "team" but rather from her detractors and critics, who actually know what they are doing and how to interpret what they see on an oscilloscope. Ainslie cannot interpret a scope trace, and I doubt if Martin can either, since he spent well over five minutes trying to read a frequency of a sinusoidal waveform. If there aren't numbers in boxes for them to read, they are lost.

Will she do the simple experiment I posted above? No, of course she will not. She will not do anything that has the possibility of proving her wrong. She will emit excuses, like she doesn't have the apparatus set up any more, she doesn't want to bother Donovan, she can't tell whoever has the apparatus to do it, whatever. Even if she does, which I seriously doubt, she will engage in some hand-waving posthockery involving entities not in evidence, like zipons or truants or magnetic monopoles or something. Meanwhile she'll continue to shout and rave her strawman "challenge", trying to get me and Poynt99 to hook up a genuine 275 volt source to the outputs of our FGs.

I'll post the link to the excerpt once it's ready.
A problem that I think I see here is that Ms. Ainslie seems unable or perhaps just unwilling to distinguish what she has observed from her assumptions and interpretations.  She says that she has seen your replications.  What she does not seem to grasp is the additional information that shows the faults in her incorrect assumptions and interpretations that she herself has proven wrong.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #476 on: February 25, 2014, 05:51:50 AM »
It's too bad that nobody has instructed Ainslie in the fine art of using two scope channels to make a differential voltage measurement. She has the equipment to measure properly and safely across the load, while simultaneously measuring Vbatt and Current on the two other channels... but she has not the wit to do it.  Furthermore, she has never shown a measurement "across the FET" since the March 2011 demo and has even denied doing it then. Measuring "across the FET" means of course measuring the Drain voltage with respect to the Source. The Drain signal is highly diagnostic in mosfet circuits, yet is conspicuously absent from Ainslie's datasets. Why? I know why.
I would love to see her measure and interpret the Drain signal. That will be a real hoot.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #477 on: February 25, 2014, 06:07:21 AM »
"Ainslie says" lots of things, not many of which are true and correct, as we have seen lately. I seriously doubt that she has actually watched the Negative Bias playlist videos with proper attention. If she has, and yet _still_ persists in her ignorant claims.... that's pretty sad indeed. It means that nothing, ever, will penetrate her delusional system.

Anyone who had a rational position to defend would take those videos and dissect them, just as we have dissected her video demonstrations, and point out just where they are "wrong" and how, and would produce refutations in the form of counter-demonstrations. But Ainslie has no rational position to defend, just a mass of delusions, coupled with the irrational assurance that she is _right no matter what_. It is this irrational assurance that causes her to "forget" or "ignore" or fail to expose herself to data and evidence that she is wrong.


The video segment from Ainslie's demo is here, or will be when it's done uploading.
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #478 on: February 25, 2014, 07:07:08 AM »
"Ainslie says" lots of things, not many of which are true and correct, as we have seen lately. I seriously doubt that she has actually watched the Negative Bias playlist videos with proper attention. If she has, and yet _still_ persists in her ignorant claims.... that's pretty sad indeed. It means that nothing, ever, will penetrate her delusional system.

Anyone who had a rational position to defend would take those videos and dissect them, just as we have dissected her video demonstrations, and point out just where they are "wrong" and how, and would produce refutations in the form of counter-demonstrations. But Ainslie has no rational position to defend, just a mass of delusions, coupled with the irrational assurance that she is _right no matter what_. It is this irrational assurance that causes her to "forget" or "ignore" or fail to expose herself to data and evidence that she is wrong.


The video segment from Ainslie's demo is here, or will be when it's done uploading.
 http://youtu.be/qc7iAGFceF4
It is just amazing to watch that clip where Ms. Ainslie declares her agreement with Steve that adjusting the function generator offset  changed the current and power supplied to the circuit by the function generator, and see her flailing about over the past few days insisting that the function generator is not in the DC current path.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #479 on: February 25, 2014, 07:22:30 AM »
Falling a LITTLE behind, there, aren't you Ains-LIE.

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Well Guys.  What a PLEASURE it is to see NO FURTHER SCIENTIFIC ARGUMENT from our trolls.
Ainslie, you wouldn't know a scientific argument if it bit you... and it's biting you pretty hard these days.
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I must admit though - it seems that they don't actually like me very much.  Who would have thought?  Thankfully these emotions have NOTHING to do with science. 
You finally got something right. I don't like you, Rosemary Ainslie, because you are a disrespectful and lying degenerate troll queen, full of insults and mendacity, and you aren't even polite enough to shut up and listen when someone like Steve Weir is talking to you. Your incompetence is only exceeded by your arrogance.
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What's evident is that our Little TK CAN'T run plus/minus 14 amps through his function generator.
What is evident is that I have done exactly what you have done, every step of the way. I've shown the same currents "running through" my FG, and I've shown the REAL current running through it... and so have you. You just don't have the wit or honesty to see and admit it.
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And this notwithstanding his GRE count and his idle boasts to have first discovered EVERYTHING to do with this circuit.
Here again you LIE like the wicked troll queen you are. You cannot show a reference ANYWHERE where I have made any such boast. And you have no clue what it means to take and score highly on a standardized graduate school admission examination, having never sat one in your life -- high school dropout that you are. Every time you mention the name Little, and the initials GRE, the whole world is laughing at you.
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And Mark Euthanasius CAN'T explain away that hefty current flow as capacitance. 
A classic straw man. The "hefty" current flow that is artefactually contaminating your data has been explained over and over again, and DEMONSTRATED BY YOU, as well as by me, Poynt99 and others, to be due to INDUCTANCES, and it is not real.
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And this notwithstanding his sad little exercise to IGNORE the evidence. 
Astounding! The prototypical ignoramus Ainslie accuses US of ignoring evidence... when we are using YOUR OWN DEMONSTRATIONS, AINSLIE, the valid "evidence" therefrom, to illustrate your failures and mendacities. Meanwhile you IGNORE all real facts, all evidence that contradicts your pre-formed conclusions, and you don't even have the wit to see the rampant contradictions and errors in your own rationalizations for your failures.
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And now they both face the added embarrassment that neither of them can DENY the fact that we've actually done that 'booster converter' number.

I can deny it quite well, and have demonstrated the denial many times, in demonstrations and experiments that anyone can do for themselves. Your claims are bogus and unsupported by YOUR OWN properly obtained data. The only thing that embarrasses me is my evident failure to get through to you, something I only expect to encounter in small children and subhuman primates.
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Essentially this means that they do NOT have a valid explanation for the discharge of current during the OFF period of the duty cycle - or when there's a positive signal applied to the Gate of Q2.
Wail and flail all you like, lying Ainslie. The valid and true explanation has been given to you many times, and demonstrated, and dissected point-by-point in terms even a child could understand. A child that didn't already think she knows everything, that is.
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And that means that our claim is now ENTIRELY vindicated.  Because that was their last HOPE.
You don't even realize how stupid and foolish you look now! ENTIRELY demolished, your claims are. You have nothing except demonstrations of utter incompetence, lack of understanding, silly delusions and lies, and it's ALL ON THE YOUTUBE VIDEOS OF YOUR OWN DEMONSTRATIONS!
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It bodes well.  I DO indeed, have MUCH cause to thank our Little TK.  Had he not replicated our experiment then his public would have ASSUMED that we'd never managed that Test 4 Figure 8 number.  Because he's on record.  He DENIED that it was possible.
Another abject LIE from the lying troll queen Ainslie. I never DENIED it was possible to make the Figure 8 traces, and you cannot show any place that I did. Where's this "record", Ainslie? Nowhere but in your deluded imagination, just like all the other lying accusations you've made against me. And just up above, you say that it's evident that I CAN'T do what you did.... make up your miserable substitute for a mind, if you can.
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It's all very amusing.

Indeed it is. Keep it up, Ainslie! How many more false and stupid claims will you try to defend? How do you think Donovan Martin feels now, to be associated with such a hypocrite, such an intellectual midget, such a DATA FABRICATOR as you?

 

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