Originally Posted by chagovatoloco
by Thomas Barr <tcbiii/yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001
> I think Dave was questioning the policy of using a pH
> controller, not the
> technical details.
Like I said listen and learn, by the way being a scientist is also a good way to gain jedi status.
Didn't want to waste band width by including the whole of the quote but it is perfectly obvious that Tom Barr had never used a modern pH controller at that point otherwise he would at least have known how they work.
Here is a fact. If your pH controller fails it is the same thing as running out of CO2. If your pH meter goes out of wack, you have a plain vanilla CO2 system with no controller just like every one else.
I thought that Jedi were open to new experience.
Again here is the challenge! Anyone who actually OWNS a pH controller is welcome to speak up otherwise how do you know what you are talking about.
BTW I am a scientist. Been one for quite some time. My background is in Chemistry/Biology. But I consider myself an intermediate in this hobby.