Craig Haynie <> wrote:

> The legal case does not hinge on whether the device works. As the
> agreement is worded, IH pays IF and WHEN the ERV signs a document that the
> device performed to certain specifications. IH does not have an option to
> bail if they don't agree with the report.

Two things:

1. There is more than one ERV.

2. It would be insane to pay $89 million based on a report written by
Penon. I would not pay 89 cents. It would be insane to agree he is an
expert. I am sure I.H. did not do that.

- Jed

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