More from this quack;
hypopharynx i very important becasue it is vulnerable and has no cartidge round it.
935 and 937 show hypopharynx 191 to 303mm2, dime is 250.
DC was applying pressure to this at different time. from time to time.
if his knee pressed directly like a bullseye, then it would be occluded, but gF changed his head and DC moved his knee.
if totally occluded then within seconds produce oxygen deprivtion resuting in seizure or heart attack.
a) DC did keep moving his knee - i thought the whole case was constant pressure?? Personally i thought the lack of movement counted against DC.
b) the quack testifies that he didnt constantly pressurise the hypopharyx, and he would have to do it like a bullseye to occlude it - he didnt.
c) occlusion for seconds causes heart attack? totlly misleading. If you had a heart attack every time you held your breath for seconds we woud all be dead.
then exhibit 15 at times 01:57 and 02:00. To me, first clearly shows GF nose squashed into ground, neck totally free, DC leg on spine almost, second shows roll of head, cheek on rod, knee max behind ear. neck free, hypopharxy not troubled. Not a significant change in angle relative to direct pressure on the hypophaynx. lets hear what the quack says;
if you look at left hand photo and you stick your finger in your ear and rdraw a line down your spine, that is what i have drawn, the yellow dotted line.. his knee is over his ligament and can cause no obstruction (ed - woo, we agree). face is rammed into street and gf is using his face to try to get air.
right photo, orinatation has changed and DC kee has come down. far greater compresion of the hypophaynx. left none, right yes, and there is a variation over time. head and knee change over time.
Pros Q; is right hand phto exerting greater pressur eon hypopharynx? W; correct.
Q; can you calculate amount of force? W; Yes, using DC weight and gear weight, and remove weight of shinbone and boot.
Q; what do calcs show?
Stop there. This is moronic. he assumes his entire weight is acting directly on one leg only, and then subtracts the wieght of shin and boot? This is a crack pot trying to sound like a physicist or engineer and failing badly.
Exhibits 940 and 939
This graph is interesting. It states normal inspiratory flow rate is 36litres/min. Hold on, tidal colume is 500ml, so we inhale 72 times a minute?? Alternatively normal respiratory minute ventilation at rest is 6 litres a minute (from another source and obv = 12 breathes). Maybe it is a rate per cross sectional area???
Also, if the y axis is delta p - this is a pressure differential, not an effort. pressure is not effort, but they may be related. He is also introducing work, which again cannot be shown directly by delta p. He quotes 7.5 tims the work between for 85% - impossible to see that from the graph, and anyhow that is at 36l/min. at say 15, the difference is maybe 3 times smaller.
this is great; exhibit 939 is the equation. I would have to look this up, but it looks bernoiulli ish, as you would expect. But here he says; i look for the square sign on the denominator, and I know with that that you are ging to be fine all along for a period of time and suddenly evrything is going to increase enormously. you are going into what we call an exponential increase.
Er, simply no. You are always in exponential growth. This is a clear and glaring mathmatical error. the guy is a fraud.
i hope nelson rips him one.