I don't believe in astrology. I am a Gemini and we're very skeptical.
Oregon coast 20x120
So this cabbie says: "Know who I had in this cab last week? Bertrand Russell! Wisest man in the Western World. And I says to him 'Bertie, what's it all about?' And do you know, he couldn't tell me..." Kenneth Williams
AL MasterObserverC #24
Quote:It would be great if the bino continues to be manual,metal,mechanical with the best optics possible .just a,beautiful precise optical instrument simple to use .no chips,chargers ,cords or cards .
6"f15 D&G, 6"f5 Jaegers.
TSA 102, TV60.
Docter 15x60, 10x50.
Quote:Other than the introduction of roof prisms and better glass, have we seen a GIANT LEAP in ... binoculars since World War II.
First and foremost observing love: naked eye.
Last but not least, telescopes.
And I sometimes dabble with cameras.
Quote:I like that idea too!And this idea is very appealing. calling for a new wide angle binocular
Quote: ....but mainly internet astronomy will take the place of actual observing and only a few of us will remain outside under the night sky edj
The night sky is the canvas....
My optics are the brush....
The Milky Way is the masterpiece
reductio ad absurdum of epistomology is solipsism....
Quote:Quote: ....but mainly internet astronomy will take the place of actual observing and only a few of us will remain outside under the night sky edj There may not be a night sky in 100 years if the current increase in light pollution and global warming continue.
TV 70mm Pronto/Solarmax II 60 BF10, WO 80mm ZS II ED, Celestron C90, Celestron C5+. Baader 2" Herschel Wedge, Baader Maxbright Binoviewer. Komz BPC5 8x30, Swift 7x35 Sport King, Swift Audubon HR/5 8.5x44, Bushnell Banner 7x50, U.Optics 11x80, Fujinon 16x70 FMT SX, William Optics 22x70 ED, UA Unimount Parallelogram
"Dancing all around it, we have been, which gives me pause, and license, to speculate with mind experiments, to illuminate this stuff, this Dark Energy" Mindjog 2011