Month: May 2014

Seasickness

Someone has discovered that if you cover one eye, thus acquiring 2D vision in place of your normal 3D vision, you are less likely to get seasick. This discovery comes on top of the discovery that if you wear one earplug you will, similarly, be less prone to the dreaded mal. I see a trend. …

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Seasickness

Someone has discovered that if you cover one eye, thus acquiring 2D vision in place of your normal 3D vision, you are less likely to get seasick. This discovery comes on top of the discovery that if you wear one earplug you will, similarly, be less prone to the dreaded mal. I see a trend. …

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VHF antenna tips

A few tips to help you get the best out of your VHF antenna: Height above sea level is important because the combination of your antenna height and your co-respondent’s antenna height determines range. Your horizon distance plus his horizon distance are what’s important – they need to touch to communicate. If you have a very …

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