Jed, I have never stated nor thought that everything Rossi has said or done should be accepted without question. So you are making that up.
I think there is significant evidence that some of his E-Cats worked & suggested several times it would be better to wait and see than dismiss everything with the certainty that you do. Why do you think he is building a factory? As I reported elsewhere there is evidence that he is doing so. -----Original Message----- From: Jed Rothwell <jedrothw...@gmail.com> To: Vortex <email@example.com> Sent: Thu, Jan 25, 2018 1:30 pm Subject: Re: [Vo]:Science does sometimes reject valid discoveries Adrian Ashfield <a.ashfi...@verizon.net> wrote: Jed, I find your comment rather ironic considering your dismissal of everything that Rossi has done. You imply that I must accept all new claims without question. That would be as irrational as rejecting all of them out of hand. You imply that I am not capable of evaluating claims. If I can read McKubre and conclude that he is right, I can read the Penon report and conclude that Rossi is wrong. The suggestion that a person who uses ordinary judgment and evaluates claim is somehow "ironic" is a new definition of irony. Actually, I cannot imagine how a technically competent person could read the Penon report and not conclude that Rossi was wrong. Axil Axil and other Rossi supporters have finessed this problem by refusing to read the report. Robert Park used the same technique to reject all cold fusion results -- he refused to look at them. That's ironic! - Jed