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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims  (Read 249494 times)

Offline MarkE

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #510 on: February 26, 2014, 04:49:02 PM »
My internet is glacially slow this morning, but in half an hour or so the new video should be viewable.
http://youtu.be/RTTA80T0BU4

I'm pretty irate during this video, I sound like I'm about to pop my clutch; I'm still seething at the idiocy of the insulting disrespectful troll queen liar Rosemary Ainslie. Donovan Martin, or somebody, needs to rein in that woman, explain things to her in terms she might be capable of understanding. What's a single syllable word for "oscilloscope" I wonder?
The technical aspects of the demonstration are very good:  Q1 is irrelevant to the oscillations.  IE Q1 is not in the oscillation current path.  Ms. Ainslie's hypothesis that Q2 must remain connected so that it can somehow "override" the gate signal on Q1 and Q1 carry the oscillating current is falsified by the first part of your demonstration.  The second part of the demonstration establishes that Q2 must be connected in order to get the oscillations. 

The one thing that was not included in the demonstration that would be useful is to show the relative AC currents:  Q2 source leg to the function generator red lead, function generator black lead to battery common, and the Q2 gate lead to the current sense resistor.  A crude current sense can be made by winding an air core coil.  Even better if you can shield the coil with a can or copper tape so long as you leave gaps so that you don't end up with a single turn short.  You would then need to use clip leads or do soldering for successive tests in order to thread the test lead that you are interested in through the coil.

The visible upset while understandable is a distraction.  Ms. Ainslie is unlikely to apologize.  She is far more likely to come up with some other magical thinking based rationale for why she will not accept your clear and convincing demonstration.
« Last Edit: February 26, 2014, 07:11:50 PM by MarkE »

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #511 on: February 26, 2014, 07:16:22 PM »
Let her come up with whatever she likes. Whatever it is, it won't be truthful, respectful or accurate. I'm not doing that stupid, recalcitrant, lying hypocritical senile child's homework any longer. She can take her delusional claims, her outrageous lies and her insane trolling insults and stuff them up her kitchen pantry. She's an insignificant internet troll and stalker, a bully of the first water who has been banned more times and from more websites than anyone else I know about, a miserable execrable excuse for a dried up old woman. Her inability to think rationally, her endlessly repeated lies, her ridiculous stupidity and lack of understanding, her boasting willfull ignorance, her child's hopelessly silly "arithmetic", her lying fabrications of data, her calumnies and slanders are evident for all to see. She has been demolished by her own petard of ignorance and idiocy, and the record which she ignores won't go away because of her ignorance of it. On the contrary.... her own videos of the lying March 2011 demonstration where she made Donovan Martin lie for her, and the two amateurish incompetent 2013 demonstrations are public knowledge, and Ainslie and Donovan Martin have ZERO credibility because of those utterly miserable, disrespectful presentations and her subsequent squawkings. Her chances of making any kind of impact or garnering any real interest are identically zero, not only because of my work but mostly because of her own hopelessly incompetent flailings and floppings, which I have preserved for the record. This latest bit of hypocritical contradictory waffling and ingorant deluded hand-waving was too easy to put down, like some poor demented sick puppy; it took far more time to process the video than it did to set it up and make it in the first place. Her delusions of grandeur, shouted from the depths of her intellectual poverty and her lies, are all the more ridiculous because of it. The vile and stinking mud she slings falls back upon her in the deep pit she has dug for herself. Let her rot in it. And rot she will.

The great team of Donovan Martin and Rosemary Ainslie cannot even read a frequency from a digital oscilloscope, even though it is PERMANENTLY DISPLAYED ON EVERY SCREEN FOR THEM. Why have I been wasting my time on that steaming and stinking pile of rotten red herring excrement that she tries to foist off as "experimentation"? Because it's slightly more entertaining than watching diseased rats drowning in a bucket of vinegar, I guess.

I do have a couple of actual current-sense transformers, but why should I bother to dig them out and set up Yet Another Little debunking experiment? Anyone who falls for Ainslie's lies and tries to repeat what she has kludged together in her and her "team's" incompetence will very quickly find out for themselves, just as GMeast did with the 555 timer of the Q17 circuit, that her claims are false and that she is unreliable, inaccurate, incompetent and insufferable. And it will serve them right for ignoring the information that is already extant. Let them waste their own time, I have better things to do.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #512 on: February 26, 2014, 07:28:51 PM »
I think there is a slight error in the illustration of the traces to be expected from the first schematic in the latest issue of the "for dummies" series. The trace doesn't show any elevation during the Q1 ON times, but does show sufficient gate signal to turn it on. Since the current sense probe in that sketch is connected, if not as they actually used it, at least across the CSR, there should be some current shown on the scopetrace during the Q1, load-heating, ON portion of the signal.
The fact that for the Figure 3 and other shots she published there was no current measured, was the clue that Ainslie's probe was placed as you show in the second schematic. (Some other explanations also could account for the improper measurement as well.)

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #512 on: February 26, 2014, 07:28:51 PM »
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #513 on: February 26, 2014, 07:57:44 PM »
We will see what she tries to come up with.  Something that you didn't mention in the video narrative was the low level at the function generator output.  When you cut the source lead of Q2, Q2 no longer drove current through the function generator's output impedance, and the function generator output voltage dropped to ~-10V, and of course without any oscillation.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #514 on: February 26, 2014, 08:51:07 PM »
I think there is a slight error in the illustration of the traces to be expected from the first schematic in the latest issue of the "for dummies" series. The trace doesn't show any elevation during the Q1 ON times, but does show sufficient gate signal to turn it on. Since the current sense probe in that sketch is connected, if not as they actually used it, at least across the CSR, there should be some current shown on the scopetrace during the Q1, load-heating, ON portion of the signal.
The fact that for the Figure 3 and other shots she published there was no current measured, was the clue that Ainslie's probe was placed as you show in the second schematic. (Some other explanations also could account for the improper measurement as well.)
You are correct that the upper left hand figure shows physically unreasonable results.  Those are the physically unreasonable results Ms. Ainslie and her collaborators reported in Paper 1.  The adjoining figure shows the actual connections used as demonstrated June 29, 2013.  There it is obvious as to why they did not see measurable voltage on CH1 during the "Q1 On" times:  The voltage across their wiring was only about ~18mV.  Something that befuddles Ms. Ainslie and her collaborators is why they still saw the large voltage swings during the "Q1 Off" times.  During the June 29 video, Steve Weir asked them to intentionally connect the CH1 probe to the circuit common side of the current sense resistors.  Watch the comedy as Donovan Martin spent minutes connecting and disconnecting and fiddling with the oscilloscope controls.  He did not expect to see a signal that was essentially unchanged during the "Q1 Off" periods independent of which side of the current sense resistor he probed.  Team Ainslie may refer themselves to "High Pass Filters for Dummies" and "Current Measurement for Dummies" to understand why they saw what they did.

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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 #515 on: February 26, 2014, 09:39:26 PM »
We will see what she tries to come up with.  Something that you didn't mention in the video narrative was the low level at the function generator output.  When you cut the source lead of Q2, Q2 no longer drove current through the function generator's output impedance, and the function generator output voltage dropped to ~-10V, and of course without any oscillation.
Yes, that's right. It is evident on the scope screen but I didn't specifically mention it in that video.

However I did explore that issue recently in one or more of the videos in the Negative Bias playlist, iirc, where I show the open circuit voltage output of the FG before connecting it to the circuit, and then the loaded output after connection.

I also demonstrated, as did Ainslie herself under Steve's guidance, that the negative voltage setting of the FG controls the amplitude of the oscillations by varying the current supplied by the FG itself, and that the _scope trace_ of the FG output in this condition never goes below about -4 V with "fuzz", no matter the settings of the FG offset and amplitude, when the Q2 is present.
This was also covered much earlier when I showed that a simple 9v battery, in lieu of the FG, is all that is needed to make high amplitude Q2 oscillations constantly, for as long as the battery lasts, without any necessity for any Q1 in the circuit at all.

Of course this does not produce high heat in the load; Ainslie knows that high load heat requires Q1 ON times in order to be present.

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You are correct that the upper left hand figure shows physically unreasonable results.  Those are the physically unreasonable results Ms. Ainslie and her collaborators reported in Paper 1.
Yes, that's right, but there are also some legitimate, apparently valid shots in the daft manuscripts that do show substantial current in the Q1 ON  segments, and they were obtained with that Figure 1 schematic (although they always used the FG Black lead location shown in the second schematic on the Dummies cover.) The  Figure 3 shot and the others which show sufficient gate drive but no current in Q1 were likely obtained with the hookup in that second schematic, although there are other possible explanations as well, like simply not hooking up the probe at all, or the solder melting and allowing one or more of the wires to come off the Q1 pins. That Q1 gets _hot_ when it is fully ON for any appreciable length of time, as I have illustrated in the rather long "test to destruction" demonstration. I was surprised to see the mosfet temperature go to something like 220 degrees C before the thing failed; in my test I used my ordinary Molex socket, I didn't think to solder the leads instead (electronic solder melts at 190 C, roughly), so my test mosfet didn't become disconnected, but it is perfectly plausible that Ainslie's might have melted the solder before the mosfet actually failed, thus preserving the transistor but still making the circuit act like the mosfet was blown or missing. Of course this loose wire must have been reconnected (if this explanation is true)  for the subsequent tests which do appear to show valid data. The only way to discriminate between these explanations is to look at the heating of the load. Of course with the disconnected Q1 the load will not heat substantially, but with the simple probe misconnection it will. The scopetraces will be the same in both cases, but in the disconnect case, the battery will indeed not be discharging and the load not heating, whereas in the misplaced probe case, the battery will discharge normally and high heat in the load may be produced without any _indicated_ current. Unfortunately we cannot trust Ainslie's reports so I can't discriminate between the two conditions ... there is really no telling which fault is responsible for the traces, although I acknowledge that the misconnected probe is the most likely explanation for the data seen.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #516 on: February 26, 2014, 09:45:28 PM »
Yes, that's right. It is evident on the scope screen but I didn't specifically mention it in that video.

However I did explore that issue recently in one or more of the videos in the Negative Bias playlist, iirc, where I show the open circuit voltage output of the FG before connecting it to the circuit, and then the loaded output after connection.

I also demonstrated, as did Ainslie herself under Steve's guidance, that the negative voltage setting of the FG controls the amplitude of the oscillations by varying the current supplied by the FG itself, and that the _scope trace_ of the FG output in this condition never goes below about -4 V with "fuzz", no matter the settings of the FG offset and amplitude, when the Q2 is present.
This was also covered much earlier when I showed that a simple 9v battery, in lieu of the FG, is all that is needed to make high amplitude Q2 oscillations constantly, for as long as the battery lasts, without any necessity for any Q1 in the circuit at all.

Of course this does not produce high heat in the load; Ainslie knows that high load heat requires Q1 ON times in order to be present.
I do not assume that because Ms. Ainslie has been shown something even if she acknowledges it that she then knows that something. 

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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 #517 on: February 26, 2014, 09:57:17 PM »
I do not assume that because Ms. Ainslie has been shown something even if she acknowledges it that she then knows that something.

Ah... touché.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #518 on: February 26, 2014, 10:11:52 PM »
I know at this point that Ainslie really doesn't know how to read the simplest schematics, but I'm putting this out anyway, just to emphasize the ridiculousness of her "explanation" that the oscillations cannot occur unless the source of Q2 is connected to the Gate of Q1.

(Hey Ainslie... so you are admitting you were utterly and foolishly WRONG when you said that the Q2s are DISCONNECTED during the oscillations, because now you are claiming that they need to be CONNECTED to the Q1 after all. But even that is WRONG.... as is usual for the things you say. Don't worry, nobody really expects your apology, we will just add this to the burgeoning database that shows you cannot back up your claims and you don't have the integrity to withdraw them. You are "afflicted with sad knowledge" all right -- "knowledge" that is utterly false and a result only of your ignorance, arrogance, and delusions.)

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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 #519 on: February 27, 2014, 06:05:26 AM »
Can't refute a demonstration that demolishes your ideas?  Don't fret.  Just claim that the circuit used in the demonstration is wired wrong.  Never mind that the videographer placed the circuit right on top of an enlarged schematic.  Never mind that the demonstrator color coded the wires.  Just pretend that you can't follow six color coded leads.  Then declare you can't be bothered to watch the video because of your incorrect claims that the circuit it demonstrates is wrong.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #520 on: February 27, 2014, 06:26:14 AM »
Thanks for catching that one.

And now it is clear why we take images of posts. She has evidently removed that bit of nonsense and insult and has substituted the post imaged below.

Yet even in that,  she is STILL WRONG.... because she has posted many many incorrect replies, not just one. In fact, as I have noted before, by FAR the majority of Ainslie's posts contain errors, lies, deliberate misrepresentations and insults, and this has been true for as long as I have been reading her posts and most certainly longer.


Note also the oft-repeated lie about Glen's (FuzzyTomCat's) data... every bit of which is preserved in his PUBLIC database which has been linked to many times. Note that in that database, the waveforms Glen produced and were endorsed by Ainslie are NOTHING LIKE what she could have produced with the Quantum apparatus... UNTIL they altered it sometime after 2007 to conform to GLEN's frequency and duty cycle range. Note that she didn't even watch the entire nine minute video -- demonstrating her lack of attention span. Note that she is still making false claims and is still revealing her arrogant willfull ignorance for all to see.

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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 #521 on: February 27, 2014, 07:08:10 AM »
I sure wish Ainslie would post some kind of evidence, like links, for her claims about me. For example, I've been searching for this "humping a mosfet" video that she has mentioned several times as being the only one of my videos she has ever paid attention to. I do recall using some stuffed toys at times but they generally hump each other, not mosfets. It would be very amusing to see one "humping" her claims, indeed. That's about what they deserve, after all.

But while I was looking for that one, I came across this one, from the spring of 2012, when my understanding of the circuit operation was still rather primitive. However it may be relevant to the present...er... discussion, as I used optoisolators to prevent a current path through the FG while still allowing it to provide clock pulses to the circuit. The video is a Little long and it was made before I changed to a better video transcoder, so I apologise for the degraded image quality, but it is still very clear what is happening. The optoisolators prevent the current path _through the FG_ while still passing the signal itself to the circuit. The negative bias voltage is now provided by the 9V battery on the circuit side of the optos, but since there is _no_ current path back to the main battery negative through the FG, there are _no_ oscillations. This is way different from the case where the 9v battery is used, without the FG, and is placed in series with the negative pole of the main battery-- in that case there "is" a return path.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KC4IZA_In68

At the end of the video I express my puzzlement at what comes up but now I do understand: at the lowest offset setting both Q1 and Q2 mosfets are turning fully on, they are switching but when one goes off the other comes on so the current isn't interrupted at the switchpoints due to the turnoff delay inherent in the mosfets, so the common drain trace stays at the near-zero voltage level and the current to the load is quite high

(I made an error in the narration describing the load resistors; the correct description of them is in the Description of the video. They total to 60 W power handling capacity, but they are submerged in a mass of mineral oil so they will be able to handle quite a bit more than that.)

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #522 on: February 27, 2014, 07:09:52 AM »
She really put her foot in a bear trap with that post where she claimed that you miswired the circuit.  Now she gets to figure out what to do.  She should know by now or figure out fairly quickly that you wired the circuit exactly according to the schematic shown.  It is up to her to gather the stomach to watch the video decimate her recent claims.  She can rise to the occasion or be bowled over by it.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #523 on: February 27, 2014, 07:33:13 AM »
She really put her foot in a bear trap with that post where she claimed that you miswired the circuit.  Now she gets to figure out what to do.  She should know by now or figure out fairly quickly that you wired the circuit exactly according to the schematic shown.  It is up to her to gather the stomach to watch the video decimate her recent claims.  She can rise to the occasion or be bowled over by it.

If she had any sense, she'd watch the Negative Bias playlist videos, get her ten-year-old neighbor child to explain them to her, and then she'd slink off into the sunset with her tail tucked between her legs.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #524 on: February 27, 2014, 07:42:10 AM »
If she had any sense, she'd watch the Negative Bias playlist videos, get her ten-year-old neighbor child to explain them to her, and then she'd slink off into the sunset with her tail tucked between her legs.
One of several possibilities is that reality is beginning to sneak past her mental defenses.    My guess would be that long before she would ever even consider conceding a point to you she will seek the opinion of  someone she trusts.  I imagine Donovan Martin is one of those people.  She might also trust whoever else she might have working on her experiments.

 

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