So Muralicheat was 0.6 degrees under the new 15 degree limit under optimal lab conditions ...

So Muralicheat was 0.6 degrees under the new 15 degree limit under optimal lab conditions ...

Post by Rats » Fri, 07 Dec 2007 14:04:51


And don't forget he was "bowling" at 3/4 rat pace with his top speed
being 75kph.

What's there to say that he is not going over the limit games when he
is operating at the 80 - 90kph mark?

 
 
 

So Muralicheat was 0.6 degrees under the new 15 degree limit under optimal lab conditions ...

Post by Dave -Turne » Fri, 07 Dec 2007 21:59:18

Photos don't lie - he's a lot more over 0.6 degrees.

 
 
 

So Muralicheat was 0.6 degrees under the new 15 degree limit under optimal lab conditions ...

Post by Geico Cavema » Sat, 08 Dec 2007 01:51:28

Quote:

> And don't forget he was "bowling" at 3/4 rat pace with his top speed
> being 75kph.

> What's there to say that he is not going over the limit games when he
> is operating at the 80 - 90kph mark?

Don't get so worked up. The limit can always be redefined.

Mathematically,

Limit = worst measurement of Murali's straightening on the last set of tests
under unrepresentative lab conditions + 0.5-1 degrees

 
 
 

So Muralicheat was 0.6 degrees under the new 15 degree limit under optimal lab conditions ...

Post by Chan » Sat, 08 Dec 2007 01:51:44


Quote:
> Photos don't lie - he's a lot more over 0.6 degrees.

Any good English tutors out there? There is a lot of need on this
forum itself..

- Chan

 
 
 

So Muralicheat was 0.6 degrees under the new 15 degree limit under optimal lab conditions ...

Post by sdavmo » Sat, 08 Dec 2007 02:37:11

Quote:

> And don't forget he was "bowling" at 3/4 rat pace with his top speed
> being 75kph.

> What's there to say that he is not going over the limit games when he
>  is operating at the 80 - 90kph mark?

There isn't. Hence Warne's observation that real-time testing in tests
is the only way to settle this issue.
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