Link to home page: www.BetterDialogue.com/DeflateGate
Here is the simple explanation as it was when Robert Blecker referenced it in his op-ed piece on WBUR’s web site (a Boston public radio station).
df simpler r1pt2.pdf
Simple pictures illustrate how Exponent's data vindicates the Patriots once you adjust it knowing that the Exponent simulation had the balls freely exposed to air whereas on game-day the balls stayed in the bag until each ball was measured. Exponent fooled people about what they had tested and lied by essentially pretending that keeping the balls in the bag would not slow their warming by even 15% compared to a ball alone on a table.
|Author:||Robert F. Young|
|Date:||August 30, 2015|