Replication won't come. As I pointed out in your earlier thread, if RST were correct, implications would be so broad as to preclude distortion-free amplification. Audio amplifiers would be unlistenable. Cell phones could not function. Radar wouldn't work. And computers would never boot.Of course, my experiment will need to be replicated by other scientists. If it holds up it will mean that conventional electrical theory is dead wrong. The electrons in ordinary electrical circuits are actually uncharged, and there is therefore no conservation of charge. There has to be energy conservation! And that's what the Reciprocal System says, and what the experiment has shown.
Conventional ("correct") theory, on the other hand, conserves energy and charge, and also correctly predicts the proper operation of amplifiers, cell phones, radars and computers. So we already have ample evidence that RST is a failed theory. The successful functioning of our electronic world mocks RST every nanosecond.