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Old 10th October 2012, 02:27 PM   #991
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SY, kindly specify a test with a balanced Cathodyne that will produce different results when applied to the models below.

Failing that, kindly stipulate that no such test exists.

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Old 10th October 2012, 03:18 PM   #992
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Those models are incorrect. You might want to squint at them and correct.

If you add a resistor that has no function in the circuit (assuming a correct circuit, not the ones you drew), then a measurement under the stated constraints will indeed show no difference.
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We agree that the "resistor has no function in the circuit" and "a measurement under the stated constraints will indeed show no difference."

That's what I call progress! Now let's examine the consequence of that admission.

If you can't measure it, how in blazes can you say anything about it? Specifically, what is your basis for claiming that the model of which it is a part of is incorrect?
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The way you present them, they're trivially easy to distinguish. Take a close look and do some analysis.
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Old 10th October 2012, 03:55 PM   #995
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The answer which is not an answer. I say again:

If you can't measure it, how in blazes can you say anything about it? Specifically, what is your basis for claiming that the model of which it is a part of is incorrect?
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Old 10th October 2012, 04:01 PM   #996
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I didn't say anything about it, it's your nonfunctional part. Except in the circuits you just drew, where it's extremely functional and easy to measure, in a bad way.
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Of course you've said something about it. You've said that the model it is in is wrong. And within the constraints of balanced Cdyne measurements, I say again:

If you can't measure it, how in blazes can you say anything about it? Specifically, what is your basis for claiming that the model of which it is a part of is incorrect?
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Old 10th October 2012, 05:14 PM   #998
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OK, so I take it you didn't look at your own drawing. It does not represent a cathodyne.
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That is not an answer. Why can't you answer a simple question?

If you can't measure it, how in blazes can you say anything about it? Specifically, what is your basis for claiming that the model of which it is a part of is incorrect? What is your basis for saying it isn't a Cathodyne?
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Your circuit doesn't represent a cathodyne, so you might want to take a second look at it.

I won't bother saying that again.
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