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ricinro replied to gaga's discussion Why not below 100Hz?
"I am not capable, so excuse me, but does Gooch own EEStor?  Beyond the Weirs, I thought Mike Long, KP, Topfler and perhaps a few others held EEStor shares. "
9 minutes ago
FrankP replied to gaga's discussion Why not below 100Hz?
"Hasn't it occurred to anyone here yet who the 7% holdout might be? Hint: Star of stage and screen. Sure answers a lot of questions surrounding the recent "cirque de ZennStor" performance aka the 2014 AGM. To those who are…"
26 minutes ago
zawy replied to gaga's discussion Why not below 100Hz?
"The science of "what's possible" was interesting to me, as well as correcting the lies being told by major shareholders who made posts here.  The delusional and idiotic lost a lot of money to the financial-system scam…"
35 minutes ago
Y_Po commented on B's blog post Quantumscape Sought Occupancy in January 2014
"Friedrich Prinz is a filthy liar, fraud and thief. QuantumScape is going Recapping way. "
46 minutes ago
B posted a blog post

Quantumscape Sought Occupancy in January 2014

Let's Quantumscape from EEStory for a bit.  I found a San Jose permit that indicates Quantumscape sought permission to move into their new facilities on January 23, 2014.  See attached. …See More
48 minutes ago
ee-tom replied to gaga's discussion The Gooch said 5000 times
"There are various things here. (1) BigMig is good at summarising lots of detail, but does not present a coherent argument for why the detail is specifically true in this case. So that is a "might be" (2) we have the old "how can he…"
58 minutes ago
ee-tom replied to gaga's discussion Why not below 100Hz?
"The precise psychology here, and who thought what when, is sort of interesting. Some here even think legally interesting. Also, what Dick's material is remains scientifically unclear and possible (though not necessarily) interesting. I…"
1 hour ago
ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"I agree that in these circumstances it would be fair for TAC to report more completely, and also that any attempt to hide aspects of the truth, even though maybe they are not material, is not good. I've said as much to them. And that I'll…"
1 hour ago
ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
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1 hour ago
JCatania replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"All these fancy theories are what tends to happen when its obvious when certainty rears its ugly head and thratens to end The EEstor. Certainty, in this case, that the rises in k and C in the latest PR fall well within 4192 meter error which is over…"
1 hour ago
devotEE replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"Tom,  I'd like you to consider an asterisk on your initial bullet point; while not sintering, a crystallization step could be accomodated prior to coating (irrc, the process is so described in the patent).  With what experience or…"
1 hour ago
zawy replied to gaga's discussion Why not below 100Hz?
"Still, I continue to wonder why people are talking about EEStor and ZMC if not simply mutual stimulation over nothing.   I think the posting rules prevent me from being more colorful in describing what you guys are engaged in."
1 hour ago
B replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"I take your points. Skpping to the TAC issue though: they should say what they are doing and why and then we can all evaluate the significance of what they are reporting.   To simply report something without stating the purpose or intent is to…"
1 hour ago
B replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"Understood. You've made this point often.  It is worth repeating.  "
1 hour ago
Nanocarbons replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"B, a simple low rate (slow, some fraction of a Hz to some voltage (DW said 800, TAC is doing 200) is independent of the material or the mechanism. It does not explain how the result arises, only whether it does. So basic ED testing methods will not…"
2 hours ago
ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"B you are jumping to conclusions. AC measurements are hyighly relecvant to whether these interesting k values have any commercial value (of course so is DF, not given here). Just not relevant for ED. But then the TAC will if sensible reckon there…"
2 hours ago
JCatania replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"NC, you will be testifying as an expert witness when I'm sued by Weir or the DOE for infringing Weir's patents. "
2 hours ago
Y_Po replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"ee-tom, you are annoying."
2 hours ago
ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"One thing - if this is right, this mechanism is interesting scientifically but has no obvious commercial value. So don't expect people to bow down throwing money at it. Sorry, let me correct that, informed people."
2 hours ago
ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Why DW's stuff is maybe interesting
"I'm not sure what has been reported for this? And such mechanisms could have a wide range of temp coff. "
2 hours ago

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