On Sat, 26 Jul 2008 17:01:02 -0400, Ron Rosenfeld
If only. He can and will deny the undeniable every time.
Perhaps the effect of high discharge rates on battery capacity wasn't
included in the course he attended, since IIRC, it was titled
something like "introduction to solar". Implying that a graduate would
only achieve a licence to learn. I doubt that the instructors could
have anticipated an attendee as resistant to further learning as Ghio,
or that he would use the taking of such a course as an excuse to hang
out a "power consultant" shingle on Usenet. Imagine how proud they'd
be if they could see him now, particularly if they could review his
sorry history of bungling and trying to lie his way out of taking
In a previous post I directed him to that web site, and I about fell
off my chair when I saw that he was quoting it. Talk about
transparent! At least he didn't attempt to rewrite it in his own
words. Now *that* could have been really funny.
I doubt that. The site includes a downloadable spreadsheet calculator
with a default Peukert exponent of 1.3. If the ghinius wanted to
learn, he'd have plugged in his battery specs from "the formula" to
see how wrong they were. Then he would have reported back and
apologized for being so pigheaded. Whoa, what the heck was *that*? I
think I must have been momentarily shifted to an alternate universe or
I'm fairly sure the site mentions the effect of aging somewhere. But
even if Ghio came across it, he'll never admit to the concept, or that
he should have learned long ago to take such things into account.
Anyway, how could he? He's too busy copying and pasting irrelevant
spreadsheet results etc. That priority is obviously the most important
plank in his business <snorf> platform. :-)
Here's an unfortunate fact - George Ghio doesn't have the mental
capacity to keep the difference between watts and amps straight, much
less the ability to understand high school math. Instead, we'll get
ever more outrageous lying, punctuated by the occasional "no sense in
trying to teach you" declaration, followed by yet more cycles of
bungling and lying, and then he'll move on to the next thread! The
truly amazing part is that he must have convinced himself on some
level that there could be any reader dim enough to be blind to his BS.
On Sat, 26 Jul 2008 15:38:55 -0700, wmbjkREMOVE@citlink.net wrote:
Sorry I had forgotten that the reference to that web site had come from
you. That makes his attempt to appear as if he were doing something
independently even more laughable!
Tweedledum and Tweedledee. No numbers, no hope, no credibility.
On Sat, 26 Jul 2008 18:53:14 -0700 (PDT), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I see you've found a new phrase to repeat, George.
George still can't admit that his minimum battery requirement of 180AH at
the 100 hr rate was inadequate.
But he suggested a battery that has over 1000Ah capacity at the 100 hr
It's pretty clear who is lacking in credibility.
"Who would hire this PV nitwit" - Nick Pine
On Sat, 26 Jul 2008 22:51:52 -0400, Ron Rosenfeld
We can thank this site http://www.lowexpecations.com/ for that. Ever
since the George drinking game was invented to mock his crutch of
overusing certain phrases, he's been forced to come up with new
nonsense to repeat. He claims to be a professional writer <chuckle>,
so perhaps the repetition is part of a bungled attempt to become the
next Dr. Seuss. :-)