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What is your explanation for reduction in weight ?
Even for £10K ?
There isn't any real evidence of a change in weight that I might need to explain.
No.The trouble is that, by the time you are offering enough money to make me take notice, you are offering more money that I would be prepared to accept from some fool because it would seem like exploitation.
The expenditure of £5 - 10,000 seems very reasonable if the result disproves all that we know about physics.Given the chance of a Nobel prize if he's right, Mr Yaniv should now put his money where his mouth is.
What's stopping you ding the experiment yourself?
I provided several papers showing weight decreases at increasing temperature. You have not provided any paper showing weight does Not change at increasing temperature.
The experiment should be carried out by proper experimentalists.
I did, early in the thread, explain that thousands of dsc experiments every day show that there is no such change.
Even an experiment done by a school-kid can be internationally recognised.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mpemba_effectIt's even possible for an experiment, proposed by a mere patent clerk, to be recognised without actually having been done.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_relativity
These links have no relevance to this thread.
I'm sure others understand the relevance.Perhaps they will explain it for you
Quote from: Bored chemist on 18/03/2018 12:49:59I'm sure others understand the relevance.Perhaps they will explain it for youI gather others also don't understand relevance of your links.
Anyway, I'm sure they will chip in eventually.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 19/03/2018 11:08:37Anyway, I'm sure they will chip in eventually.I fully understand how relativity falsifies his hypothesis, but I have admit that I feel kind of stupid for being unable to figure out how the Mpemba effect does so.
Quote from: Kryptid on 19/03/2018 18:59:35Quote from: Bored chemist on 19/03/2018 11:08:37Anyway, I'm sure they will chip in eventually.I fully understand how relativity falsifies his hypothesis, but I have admit that I feel kind of stupid for being unable to figure out how the Mpemba effect does so.His contention was that he couldn't do the experiment himself because "Quote from: Yaniv on 18/03/2018 01:21:28The experiment should be carried out by proper experimentalists."Which is silly- anyone can do an experiment- even a school-kid.So, he has no real excuse for not doing the experiment if he wants to.
True, although high-precision experiments like the one he is trying to perform might require equipment that he can't afford
Have you read the thread?
How many people do you think are still reading this drivel-some thread you started?
You say you somehow don't think the evidence that shows you to be wrong is relevant.
Which experimental evidence you are talking about ?
I only need one righteous scientist to conclude the experiment and post the results.
Why did you put the word "experimental" into that?
You do not need to be a "proper experimentalist" to do an experiment.
What's stopping you doing it?
Are you not righteous enough?
To distinguish between "theoretical" predictions and "experimental" evidence.
Had I done the experiment you and others would not have believed the results because I am not a "proper experimentalist".
I may have a few basic skills in molecular biology and genetics but I don't have the technical and electrical skills to engineer this experiment.
I am not neutral enough.
Einstein had a logically valid argument to back him up.
Einstein didn't have to explain why all the previous (good) experiments didn't agree with his idea.