Anyway, my questions:
- This cross-calibration bussiness: B03 is cross-calibrated to WMAP, so the calibration between the two is better than the B03 2% absolute calibration. Has this been taken into account? Surely it must improve things the depend on ratio of high-l power to low-l power (say tau?)
- This cutting low multipoles bussiness: Ok, I agree that data-sets are cosmic variance coupled to the WMAP, which is cosmic variance limited to 350, so must cut everything else below 350.... But the default cosmomc datasets for VSA and CBI and others are still cut at 600?
- This neutrino mass bussiness: I think that this looks quite exciting and we are already beating beta decay experiments black and blue. Now, how much do people believe the hard-core limits of mν<0.16. To get this we need all CMB + LSS + bg=1 .0 ± 0.1. I am quite happy to buy this, and I do believe the bispectrum measurements of bg. Do others buy this as well?