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tennmike wrote: »
All I got out of that article that made any sense was that the larger the objective lens, the more light that can enter the scope and the brighter the image will be with any given amount of light available. And that isn't rocket science; it's telescope technology, and why the Hubble Space Telescope has one big honkin' lens. :roll2:
orchidman wrote: »
Thats what I said when I posted up So, if you are looking down a tunnel at the light at the end,............a bigger tunnel will mean a bigger train?
Pegasus obviously does not understand Kiwi Logic............
horselips wrote: »
I don't mind members of this board picking me, sometimes I ask for it, but I don't like you picking on them. They're all good people, even the ones that eat small forest rodents and Confederate vegetables. Now then, be a good lad, and behave yourself.
bisley wrote: »
Pissing contests are like that.:jester:
Spk wrote: »
Anyone know where I can find this article online -- For Free!!!
Sounds like a fun read but I'm not paying for it. :spam:
cpj wrote: »
Well, it's because no one gives a .
Jayhawker wrote: »
That's what we're here for.....that and the free guns and babes....
Pegasus wrote: »
You're right and while I have a couple of old friends in the Land of The Long White Cloud, I've never quite understood them completely either.
However that said, the size of the tunnel is not what makes for a bigger train, it's the size of the entrance tat counts.
Teach wrote: »
The considered response of the G&A staff, and the vast majority of the forum can be summed up in one anagram:DILLIGAF?
Pegasus wrote: »
It's amazing to see that when people lose arguments they start cussing like Democrats.
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