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Old 16th February 2011, 11:39 PM   #1481
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Old 16th February 2011, 11:44 PM   #1482
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With steel leads (rather than the claimed copper), it would be expected to be noticeably inductive at very high (hundreds of megahertz) frequencies, just like any other component with steel leads.
Why would this be? Got a cite for the increase in inductance at high frequencies? Perhaps Mr Neutron would be able to chime in about internal vs external inductances but as far as I can see, the internal inductance tends towards zero as the frequency climbs.
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Just for the record - what was the answer? AFAIR you had devised a "very clever" way of testing for "electron velocity". So what had this to do with the claims??
I never saw this and can venture to say that SY never intended to measure "electron velocity". If one makes up absurd enough physics there is no way to devise a test. If that is the goal this exercise is a waste of time.
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I never saw this and can venture to say that SY never intended to measure "electron velocity". If one makes up absurd enough physics there is no way to devise a test. If that is the goal this exercise is a waste of time.
Actually, I did. Used the deflection of an oscilloscope beam as a crude detector. Agree on the last.
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If one makes up absurd enough physics there is no way to devise a test. If that is the goal this exercise is a waste of time.
SY did devise a test though. And the point here is SY's claim that he tested the claims made for the device. That claim does not hold up because he invented 'electron velocity' all by himself. Its found nowhere that I can see in Bybee's claims - they speak of 'signal velocity'.
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SY did say that somewhere in this morass of mushy mindlessness. I believe he laid to rest any potential extraordinary claims; at least he put up some results with details, more than any of the fanboys of Bybee Devices...

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Actually, I did. Used the deflection of an oscilloscope beam as a crude detector. Agree on the last.
OK, this is getting very confusing with terms like Fermi velocity and Cooper pairs getting thrown in at random just to obfuscate things.
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Old 17th February 2011, 02:27 AM   #1488
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Strange. I don't understand why this is so hard. If the Bybee actually does make this great improvement to the signal, shouldn't that be easily detectable by measurement?
From the reviews and testimonials, the audible results don't seem subtle. Shouldn't someone notice something in the measurements?

The Bybee is an electrical device, not acoustic. It has to have some sort of electrical effect to do what is claimed.
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OK, this is getting very confusing with terms like Fermi velocity and Cooper pairs getting thrown in at random just to obfuscate things.
Ya think?

It's performance art, it really is. I have to doff my hat to the master.
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