Dont worry about repeating. I've seen it before but I dont think I really got it till now. I'm not wired for formulas, and probably my log and your log are two different things. But I focused and kept reading. I think I grasp it now, maybe. My take away is that cell count calculating is more important when you are pitching quiescent yeast (slury). Not as important if you are pitching a "close enough" amount of yeast actively in the exponential phase (high krausen). Which, if my understanding is correct, makes me wonder... when a yeast calculator tells me that 300b cells (slury) is enough, why wouldnt 200b in exponential phase also be good enough? Actually better. If it only took 3 hrs to get that 300b slury into the beginning of exponential phase, by that time my 200b high krausen cells have already become 800b. But doesnt it actually take more like 9 hours? By 9 hours mine have maxed out you would think.
Or am I still lost?