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Old 1st September 2010, 06:09 PM   #201
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I find it interesting that one of the biggest and most vocal supporters of Bybee, J Curl hasnt posted a single reply or comment. I guess if he helped design the test he wont be able to poo poo it later.
 
Old 1st September 2010, 06:57 PM   #202
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We should x-ray them.
Do we know someone with the appropriate equipment and experience?
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Yes we do. He has been x-raying vacuum tubes and posting here.
Kenpeter is the guy.
 
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cbdb, I have been offline for several days, due to a computer crash. However, what is going on here is pointless, and redundant, except for exeric, who actually tried them. I have had similar experiences as he has.
As far as the resistor is concerned, OF COURSE THERE IS A RESISTOR. There has always been a resistor that parallels the device. Whether on the inside or around the outside, there has ALWAYS been a resistor added. The early resistors measured .25-.3 ohms and the latest resistors measure about .025 ohm. They always did and they always will. However that is NOT the Bybee device. It measures several ohms, but its resistance is lost in the paralleling with the low R resistor.
Now when you go beyond measuring the resistor, please let me know.
 
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Old 1st September 2010, 07:20 PM   #206
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what is going on here is pointless, and redundant,
Excellent, it's already been done! Where can I find the detailed measurements?
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Excellent, it's already been done! Where can I find the detailed measurements?
You meant detailed measurements AND detailed measurement setup sufficient to repeat the measurements...

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Or controlled listening tests.
 
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jneutron: Yes, that's a crucial part of the detail. I would be absolutely embarrassed to put up data without information suitable for replicability.
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The early resistors measured .25-.3 ohms and the latest resistors measure about .025 ohm.
 

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