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EEstor comparison with high kVAC modules

Started this discussion. Last reply by ee-tom Jan 6. 21 Replies

DAP was asking for a better explanation of my beef with this comparison on another thread. So I'll do it properly and also reference the (hard to locate from eestor.us) comparison document.The…Continue

Zogbi's mistake?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Prof Neilson Dec 21, 2014. 6 Replies

So, here is the big problem I have with Zogbi's argument. I don't claim to be an expert here - there may be some issue to do with reliability, construction, etc that I'm not seeing. But the very…Continue

Zogbi's Assumptions - Unwarranted?

Started this discussion. Last reply by ee-tom Dec 21, 2014. 42 Replies

Based upon the technical report provided by Intertek, coupled with discussions and technical data provided by the senior staff at EEStor, and consultants working for ZENN Motor Company, the following…Continue

The next era in EEstor claims - sanity?

Started this discussion. Last reply by B Jan 8. 88 Replies

Reading the latest reaction to Zenn's first ever positive PR based on real test results I'd like to lay out why reactions are so various:zawy, Y_Po - they are criminals - with nothing!Fibb - this…Continue

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ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"Parallel - You have no evidence for that other than what Rossi says and some photos. Specifically, no evidence that "working" means magically creating energy from some nuclear reactions that if they existed would be subject to strong…"
5 minutes ago
Parallel replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"Scooter, The first commercial 1 MW plant is installed in a real world application and has been working about 3 months so far."
32 minutes ago
WalksOnDirt replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
" I can only assume other construction incidental to the power plant is included in the $20 billion figure.  Everything you have over $13 billion is guesswork.  All we are really told about the total is 3.03 cents/kWh. "
3 hours ago
ee-tom replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"Is that possible? "
3 hours ago
Scooter replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"I'll get excited when the first five of these things are installed in real world applications. Until then I remain skeptical . . .  "
11 hours ago
Parallel replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"Technopete, Maintenance costs fell to ~$25k/MW/yr due to competition (not improvement in the turbines) (!) It will be interesting to see what the offshore ones cost. You didn't address the other points I covered such as Rossi.  What makes…"
13 hours ago
Scooter replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"Horseshit! Wind turbines are scattered across many square miles so there is a significant cost just to gather the power for long distance transmission. And there is of course the issue of "what happens when the wind doesn't blow? At…"
14 hours ago
Parallel replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"Technopete, The fundamental problem of getting reliable bearings for wind turbines that will last for their estimated life still has not been solved. It is a difficult problem and that they are so far up in the air makes maintenance/replacement…"
19 hours ago
Parallel replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"ee-tom,I'm not confused by the difference between temperature changes and radiative forcing.  As usual, you a just making things up in your typical ad hominem attacks.You then set up a straw man to knock over.  I'm not arguing…"
22 hours ago
ee-tom replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"TP - parallel's problem here in replying to you is that he is confusing forcing with forcing + feedbacks. Pretty major error."
yesterday
ee-tom replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"Greedo - ecatworld has a moderation policy which means anything that sounds "negative" gets removed. You wonder why it is so 100% full of Rossibots? So you can be sure no-one there will sound like me! "
yesterday
ee-tom replied to bizee's discussion Press Release-3-26-2015
"0.015cc is the single layer volume. The device tested here has 6 layers hence 0.1cc + as you say encapsulation. We are a long way from anything useful regardless. Also many processing steps (cheap high yield MLCC production?). "
yesterday
ee-tom replied to bizee's discussion Press Release-3-26-2015
"I have not noticed on this thread anyone arguing the numbers are good. For the two proposed applications: Power Factor Correction: high DF (10X higher than comparable) makes the DW design thermally impossible (the MLCCs would get too hot). ICD: The…"
yesterday
WalksOnDirt replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
" Are you sure about that?  I see South Korea promised 3.03 cents/kWh to the UAE.  This is in line with their costs in Korea.  There is also the consideration that this would be available 95+% of the time. "
yesterday
Parallel replied to ee-tom's discussion Let's play Hockey
"Technopete, I haven't spent time on this because I think it is irrelevant.   The problem is the forcing not the direct effect of CO2 as measured in the lab.  There are a whole lot of reasons but clouds, are close to the top of…"
yesterday
ee-tom replied to bizee's discussion Press Release-3-26-2015
"high k means 1000+, so it is not doing well with k only 30. for implamtable defib caps ED is crucial, and the volume of DWs caps is much larger than that of the current best solution, hence they would not even be considered, Tom "
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