"It's commenting on the Bloomberg article, although that didn't say much either.
If so much of Panasonic's profits are coming from selling batteries to Tesla there should be some way for Musk to lower his cost. He's…"
"I was referring to the "measurements 4" from TesCom which was very different from the others and clearly a leaky capacitor measured series. The others were similar to the latest measurements, and I suspect what we were given was…"
"Besides published data, by construction those layers must have a no negligible capacitance, but a significative, so cannot properly be called "resistor"s. The only possible discussion is on whether its parameters layers are of…"
"Gonna be kinda hard to get good test results from the prop for a scammer's fraud. And the scam promoters claimed they got "good" test results the last time.
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different…"
"Parallel - you read these posts differnet from me. Y_Po was just disagreeing with Selsa's usual rubbish overstatement.
As for your second point: I'll enjoy watching your excuses. How long will you wait before making them?
"The PR says that the >100Hz RLC measurements are used for screening caps for possible high ED (or rather it sort of implies this).
It is not in principle possible to do that. The RLC measurements can screen caps for other uses.
"I hesitate to link to an article (see below) which uses an attention-grabbing headline, apparently to make up for rather thin content, but there is a paucity of info re Tesla Motor's proposed battery giga-factory, so any tidbit interests…"
"Kofman explained at the AGM his reasons for not releasing Dave Evans report. He said he did not want to pay money for report which confirms what PNeilson had already reported to him for free :)
So Kofman saved taxpayers money by not paying Dave…"
I fail to see the reference of your post for a couple of reasons.
1. The subject debated with Y_Po was whether a q=.67 on the JET tokamak would be useful for anything. It wouldn't.
2. There is a chance ITER will be canned…"
"ITER uses superconducting coils. They need energy for cooling, true. But they do not dissipate energy.
Getting continuous plasma is a challenge but possible with fusion heating.
JAERI has been conducting R&D with regard to improvements in the…"