10 posts • joined 9 May 2008
Stuff strapped to his arm?
What is that he seems to have strapped to his arm and hand?
I just received mine on Friday!
"we'd still worried about the possible terminal destruction of our pressure gauge".
Have you considered an absolute pressure transducer? The transducer will be more robust and you just need to calibrate before and after the test. You can do it yourself as you already have a precision reference gauge.
"Does passing between us and the Sun offer up more detail as to it's composition or something"
There was a Horizon program I watched on iPlayer last night that explained all the good science going on, loads of it, even the search for ET in the rest of the galaxy.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01jszy4/Horizon_20112012_The_Transit_of_Venus/ of you can.
Who pays for their books...
"After all they still rip you off for the e-books, why should you have to pay up from for the privilege"
I have the Sony PRS-T1 use the library service. Don't even need to hook up to the PC either... it's brilliant.
#8 looks like a modified Meteor
Ahh... Sara Kingdom. I can still see her demise. One of those things that sticks in the mind's eye after all these years. I can remember being behind the sofa to!
But where is our plucky Playmonaut?
But where is our plucky Playmonaut? Has he gone all Neil Armstrong on us and gone all shy?
We demand an interview... with pics!
Tony: Screen flicker
Yep, that's the way it works. After using mine for a bit I can say that I really don't notice the 'negative' screen change anymore in the same way you don't notice the page turn of a book.
I agree Neil
Take it further and we should stop all TV programs and films that show children.
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