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Versions dated prior to 11/16/2017 suggested that the 10.1 psi claim in “the Crime Begins” was a fabrication, rather than actual witness testimony.  The correction: The hearsay witness claim of 10.1, coupled with the declining pressures of the lowest-pressured 3 footballs, suggests that the 10.1 was real, and that all the footballs were taken out…

538letter

Link to home page: www.BetterDialogue.com/DeflateGate (and sorry for the primitive site formatting — the time went into content, not formatting) Sent 9/27/2015 (referencing 8/31 letter and adding more) To: nrsilver@fivethirtyeight.com, datalab@…., contact@… Subject: Corrections needed on 538 article that was not to your high standards Nate (and corrections department if there is one), I’m a…

Third letter to NY Times; more reasons to reverse their claim of science working against Patriots

Link to home page: www.BetterDialogue.com/DeflateGate (and sorry for the primitive site formatting — the time went into content, not formatting) Below is the letter I emailed to the New York Times 9/26/2015 More info against The Times’ Science-Against-Patriots report Dear corrections department and journalism integrity department, Here are additional concerns and additional evidence beyond my…

NFL “science” against Patriots so lawyered-up it fooled the lawyers; Exponent never claimed lack of completely explanation for Pats/Colts’difference

Link to home page: www.BetterDialogue.com/DeflateGate (and sorry for the primitive site formatting — the time went into content, not formatting) The public and even the defense lawyers thought the concluding paragraph of the NFL/Exponent “Science” report said: Based on the information available to us and our experiments, we found no “good” explanation for the difference…

Qs2FreeTom

Link to home page: www.BetterDialogue.com/DeflateGate These simple questions (to ask the Exponent witnesses) would have won the appeal: Goodell would have to concede because he’d know he’d lose in Court.   These questions bring out that Exponenet lied about their central conclusion and that Exponent’s research, much quite good, actually proves that no air was removed from the footballs.…