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  1. Sorry, I just assumed as a media critic that you...

    Sorry, I just assumed as a media critic that you would have a thorough understanding of such things. As I said before, NBC has no cameras covering the race (on the road) but relies on French TV to...
  2. Yeah, but what does all that count for when fried...

    Yeah, but what does all that count for when fried bake tells us she doesn't understand cycling or sports in general?
  3. You draw conclusions based on flimsy evidence and...

    You draw conclusions based on flimsy evidence and don't even evaluate that well. Also, that you couldn't be more wrong about Macur.
  4. You might want to spend a minute (maybe two)...

    You might want to spend a minute (maybe two) looking into Juliet Macur's background.
  5. Do you not understand what a video feed is?

    Do you not understand what a video feed is?
  6. You are aware, of course, that French TV provides...

    You are aware, of course, that French TV provides the picture feed to the U.S., not NBC. (You might pass that on to Stan)
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    Perhaps, but tests have shown that to get rolling...

    Perhaps, but tests have shown that to get rolling resistance of tubulars down to near what you can get with clinchers takes about one tube per wheel. I doubt anyone is using more than that.

    How...
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    O.K. I'll spell it out. The two are independent....

    O.K. I'll spell it out. The two are independent. Whatever penalty I suffer by using tape over glue can not be corrected by changing tire pressure. If I'm using a less than optimal tire pressure, I...
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    Can you explain how the use of tape vs. glue...

    Can you explain how the use of tape vs. glue affects inflation pressure? I fail to see how using one or the other would prevent you from using the optimal pressure.
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    Brer Rabbit's eyes got very large. "Oh please...

    Brer Rabbit's eyes got very large. "Oh please Brer Fox, whatever you do, please don't throw me into the briar patch."
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    Where in the five letters, one word I posted do...

    Where in the five letters, one word I posted do you find me making any claims one way or another? Like I wrote, whether you choose to educate yourself or not is of no concern to me.
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    https://www.google.com Look, don't look; it...

    https://www.google.com Look, don't look; it really doesn't matter to me.
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    loads

    loads
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    Best satirical post I've seen in a long time....

    Best satirical post I've seen in a long time. Have you ever spoken to a pro or even high level amateur about equipment and engineering. It's clear the reason they're successful is they have...
  15. People test what they're interested in testing....

    People test what they're interested in testing. If you're curious about tennis shoes or whatever, read up on virtual elevation, get a hold of a power meter, and knock yourself out. Let us know what...
  16. Did you miss Kraig's test data or are you saying...

    Did you miss Kraig's test data or are you saying he isn't credible?
  17. Don't you hate how one datum can destroy a...

    Don't you hate how one datum can destroy a beautiful hypothesis? Whatever you say about generalities, in the case of the bicycle performance model, literally hundreds of field tests have confirmed...
  18. Shaved Legs = 15 watts? (Page 7): Triathlon...

    Shaved Legs = 15 watts? (Page 7): Triathlon Forum: Slowtwitch Forums

    So based on Coggan's rule of thumb ~20W, 80 sec for a 40 K....
  19. No, I'm asking what variables are missing in the...

    No, I'm asking what variables are missing in the model compared to reality. The wind tunnel is just a tool for determining the input parameter CdA; just as a scale is a tool for measuring the input...
  20. You realize this experiment has been done...

    You realize this experiment has been done hundreds of times and always turns out the same.? People measure a change in drag in a wind tunnel, convert that to a change in CdA, then do field testing to...
  21. Re=rho U L / mu. The Reynolds number over normal...

    Re=rho U L / mu. The Reynolds number over normal cycling speeds doesn't change enough to affect CdA, therefore power scales as the cube of velocity. The questions you raise were answered over a...
  22. No he doesn't. They're measuring change in drag....

    No he doesn't. They're measuring change in drag. The equations of motion of a bike and rider are well validated, i.e., the power-velocity relationship....
  23. How's that degree in Latin working out for you?

    How's that degree in Latin working out for you?
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    I'm pretty sure Broker only looked at four riders...

    I'm pretty sure Broker only looked at four riders total.
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    Racing cyclist power requirements in th... [Med...

    Racing cyclist power requirements in th... [Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1999] - PubMed - NCBI
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