User name Jack
Log entry time 10:49:42 on October31,2001
Entry number 75485
As concerns the "bubbler conspiracy" theory; I believe Nilanga had in mind the
previous problems we had with the bubbler arraingement. There was a bubbler on
both the exhaust of the chambers and on the inputs of the chambers. Over the
course of time these have developed leaks. Oil leaks out and gas can leak out. The
problem was with the bubblers on the inputs. When the oil leaked out the gas
would bypass the chamber and exhaust directly through the "overpressure" bubbler.
This is generally a bad thing. As a temporary solution I capped off all the "over
pressure" bubbler lines. Thus the oil leaking out of the bubbler does not affect the
flow of the gas through the VDC anymore. Unless there is some effect from the
grassy knoll of Hall A I am not aware of.