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Old 13th December 2011, 02:23 AM   #531
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I present a model. It makes predictions. The predictions are verified experimentally. No exceptions have been proffered.

And my logic is faulty?
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Yes Alfred, I've considered Superposition. But if he ignores Thevenin, why would he pay any attention to Superposition?
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SY, it certainly is, and we've explained why. You've simply ignored it.
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Yes Alfred, I've considered Superposition. But if he ignores Thevenin, why would he pay any attention to Superposition?
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SY, it certainly is, and we've explained why. You've simply ignored it.
Sorry, I've read every post in this thread and I have not seen where you have disproven his work. You are attacking his derivation of the model, but simply have offered no rebuttal of his data. He's killing you.
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Maybe we should ask.

SY, are you aware of the Superposition Theorem?
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Killing me, leadbelly? With data from bad models? Just tell me one thing: how does the (two-node) Thevenin theorem possibly, conceiveably, by any stretch of the imagination, jive with an impedance that is measured by shorting three nodes together?
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Why in the world, leadbelly, would anyone give any consideration to data obtained from bad models? Should I pay any attention to somebody who wants to refine the Ptolemaic model of planetary motion with new data?
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Killing me, leadbelly? With data from bad models? Just tell me one thing: how does the (two-node) Thevenin theorem possibly, conceiveably, by any stretch of the imagination, jive with an impedance that is measured by shorting three nodes together?
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Why in the world, leadbelly, would anyone give any consideration to data obtained from bad models? Should I pay any attention to somebody who wants to refine the Ptolemaic model of planetary motion with new data?
Experimental data is data, period. It doesn't come from a model. The model is used to explain the result. So, if you want to disprove SY's model, show how the data also fits your correct model, or instead fails to cover part of the experimental space.
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