Adrian Ashfield <a.ashfi...@verizon.net> wrote:
> The measurements of energy out & in were good enough to demonstrate the
> basic characteristics of the QX.
The measurements were bogus. They revealed nothing.
> That was the purpose of the demo. I t would be impossible to to do a
> replicable experiment without giving the IP away.
The opposite is true. It would have easier to do a pure black box
demonstration with a watt-meter. Assuming the effect is real, that would be
more convincing and yet it would reveal less information about the device.
> The pathosskeptics make much of the crude power pack with 60 W of cooling
> But I don't believe that power could be magically transferred to heat the
That is absurd. No one makes that claim. The power pack is producing a
great deal of heat. Therefore it must be consuming a great deal of power.
How much? We have no idea, but a simple watt-meter such as the Kill-a-watt
would have revealed this. However inefficient the power supply may be, it
is not likely to be putting out only a tiny fraction of the input power to
> What could Rossi possibly get from such a scam? It's not to get money
> from the general public but possibly to interest venture capitalists: they
> would do their own due diligence, such as measuring the voltage across the
Rossi aims to swindle foolish wealthy venture capitalists, not the general
public. Foolish venture capitalists such as the people who wasted $120