posted on Mar, 30 2016 @ 07:50 AM
a reply to: Nochzwei
Using the same gauge for top and bottom (Same physical gauge) means you don't understand the science of actually taking measurements. Two devices,
cross calibrated should be used, mounted on a stable fixed base. So ultimately this device should be operated on a stable concrete base.
Nochzwei, you have gone from claiming to have found the video and being somewhat uncertain of its validity in your first post regarding it. To making
claims of, or, making the impression to others that you are in possession of said device, made the video, and made the measurements.
So... which is it? Going to straighten it all out?
You have also frequently deflected questions that you cannot answer or don't understand by "You are not asking the right questions" or "You are not an
engineer" or "You are dumb"... these add more fuel to what people have been saying all along about this whole saga...
The device can be explained by known physics, and your evidence has been well and truly refuted. You clearly show little to no understand of basic
scientific and engineering concepts, and defend yourself in a way that proves it.
So, please, bring more than insults to the table when discussing things if you want to be taken seriously.
My analysis of this remains the same as it always has... Thermal expansion...