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Yes it does.. I am at work and cannot do it atm.
 
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So stop trolling.
Never started but sorry if checking or validating citations is bothersome.

It's pretty simple, post supporting evidence that doesn't need your interpretation on how its related; not a salt water heat ex-changers but a consumer car's radiator used for a custom loop. For a PC's custom loop, that would be at least just distilled water at ~6psi and between 20c to 60c. Anything close to that is much better. You don't need to worry about industrial specifications for residential applications.

IF you can't do that , fine but there is no need to get snippy. Maybe try discussing instead of worrying so much about trolls
 
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Never started but sorry if checking or validating citations is bothersome.
I get it you want to validate, but my own validation is whether you can find the manual on your own. That clears a lot of the unqualified validations by the new trolls on the block.

It's pretty simple, post supporting evidence that doesn't need your interpretation
Galvanic corrosion does not require your self entitled recognition for acceptance. I mean, I'm not even quoting the section I'm replying to at this point since more flame posts will ensue. You are not on my radar.

The thread need to be cleaned.
If we do, more flood posts will follow.
I think we are speaking to amateurs since its new to them. What a dumb discussion explaining rust protection and biofouling to rednecks with no notion for it.
Gee cold water, copper plate aluminum rad, amiright...
 
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I get it you want to validate, but my own validation is whether you can find the manual on your own. That clears a lot of the unqualified validations by the new trolls on the block.
Though i still found it. There is no good reason to keep sources secret; They show proper research has been done, no one should ever take someone's word for it.
Galvanic corrosion does not require your self entitled recognition for acceptance. I mean, I'm not even quoting the section I'm replying to at this point since more flame posts will ensue. You are not on my radar.
If you're so worried about flame posts, then don't reply. Like I said before, stop worring about trolls and worry about the content of your posts. If they hold true then no amount of trolling will discredit it.
I think we are speaking to amateurs since its new to them. What a dumb discussion explaining rust protection and biofouling to rednecks with no notion for it.
It is nice to know you think you're above everyone else.
 
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Though i still found it. There is no good reason to keep sources secret; They show proper research has been done, no one should ever take someone's word for it.

If you're so worried about flame posts, then don't reply. Like I said before, stop worring about trolls and worry about the content of your posts. If they hold true then no amount of trolling will discredit it.

It is nice to know you think you're above everyone else.
I told before I take a hard line. It is your problem if you don't like people talking straight instead of running loops around facts in hopes of trolling.
Go waste other people's time where you won't gaud people into major hardware failure. This isn't funny section, really. I think a normal person would stop offering cheap amusement.
 
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I told before I take a hard line. It is your problem if you don't like people talking straight instead of running loops around facts in hopes of trolling.
Go waste other people's time where you won't gaud people into major hardware failure. This isn't funny section, really. I think a normal person would stop offering cheap amusement.
Hiding sources is not being straight and I am asking for straight talk, not this circular argument about trolls you keep giving. No, it's not the funny papers but its not a game either. There is an old say, "If you can't impress them with your brilliance, then baffle them with bullshit."

And without sources, your posts smell.
 
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Hiding sources is not being straight and I am asking for straight talk, not this circular argument about trolls you keep giving. No, it's not the funny papers but its not a game either. There is an old say, "If you can't impress them with your brilliance, then baffle them with bullshit."

And without sources, your posts smell.
You still keep cherrypicking straw man arguments, yet failing to register your fallacy.
You haven't read the article you speak of. Had you read it, you wouldn't ask for further proof which is ironic since you keep asking for authority on the topic. You don't know about galvanic corrosion, nor any of that. I'm just taking this path to strip you of more flame topics to alternate between. Don't feed the troll.
 

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