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    2020-May-22, 10:10 PM
    The key distinction is in whether such sensation can be focused and collimated. One can certainly have a body covered in senses that detect some...
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    2020-May-21, 11:06 PM
    I guess it's akin to an automotive engineer saying he witnessed a Volkswagen Beetle going in reverse at 60mph. There are a few possible...
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    2020-May-18, 04:03 PM
    DaveC426913 replied to a thread Omega men in Off-Topic Babbling
    Flinder's Island - the only place in the world where they build ships out of cardboard.
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    2020-May-18, 03:55 PM
    DaveC426913 replied to a thread Omega men in Off-Topic Babbling
    Stephen Baxter wrote a series of novels about a Neolithic Hunter-Gatherer people who never adopted agriculture - living in the shrinking Doggerland....
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    2020-May-18, 04:22 AM
    I just startled a groundhog in my backyard, causing it to take off with such speed - straight at my pond - that it couldn't stop or turn, and so it...
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    2020-May-14, 03:41 AM
    1. How exactly does a thin-film lens increase the influx of light? If the solar cell is one square metre, it intersects one square metre of...
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    2020-May-13, 02:25 AM
    Maybe. If so, then it's futile. A 10'x10' lens refracting light into a 1'x1' square solar cell will collect no more energy than a 10'x10'...
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