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Registered: ‎08-13-2015

Re: IS off or on?


@ebiggs1wrote:

Robert,

"I don't see the originals of two of Ernie's posts that Waddizzle quoted"

 

I put the him in the 'ignore catagory' so perhaps that is why they don't show up.  If he ever offered anything constructive I would like to converse with him.  But he doesn't.  One of us has to tke the high road.


I am going to hold you to that. Most of your remarks made in my direction have usually been highly offensive. 

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Registered: ‎03-27-2018

Re: IS off or on?

Much easier to read the text in the second example, I agree. 

 

However, the whole set-up looks pretty precarious such that a passing truck or gentle breeze could change things dramatically.

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Re: IS off or on?

"However, the whole set-up looks pretty precarious ..."

 

Exactly, this is how you would use it.  Not the way a lab tests it.  Big difference.

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Registered: ‎03-27-2018

Re: IS off or on?


@ebiggs1wrote:

"However, the whole set-up looks pretty precarious ..."

 

Exactly, this is how you would use it.  Not the way a lab tests it.  Big difference.


Except you're not controlling for that -- the two photos are not taken simultaneously.  So nothing can be concluded. That was my point.

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