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Message 1257224 - Posted: 7 Jul 2012, 21:59:25 UTC

WOW that was fast, And you are right John. You win. I just read that in the Astromony mag E-mail

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Message 1257309 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 1:51:04 UTC

High ISO settings on a DSLR do something to bad to the picture, what?


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Message 1257328 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 2:39:35 UTC

it would create a grainy low quality image but I dont believe that is specific to DSLR
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Message 1257345 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 3:16:20 UTC
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Androshalforc is correct. I also second that it's not limited to DSLR, "High ISO settings" translates to "High film speed" when talking film cameras. Both are susceptible.
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Message 1257359 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 4:20:53 UTC - in response to Message 1257328.  

it would create a grainy low quality image but I dont believe that is specific to DSLR

Yes.


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Message 1257362 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 4:22:45 UTC - in response to Message 1257345.  

Androshalforc is correct. I also second that it's not limited to DSLR, "High ISO settings" translates to "High film speed" when talking film cameras. Both are susceptible.

That one I have known for a long time. My favorite film for outdoors was Kodachrome 25 (which got exceedingly hard to get about 1985 or so).


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Message 1257406 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 5:50:37 UTC - in response to Message 1257362.  

Androshalforc is correct. I also second that it's not limited to DSLR, "High ISO settings" translates to "High film speed" when talking film cameras. Both are susceptible.

That one I have known for a long time. My favorite film for outdoors was Kodachrome 25 (which got exceedingly hard to get about 1985 or so).



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Message 1257435 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 8:07:40 UTC

Kodak was the maker and breaker of a huge chunk of my cities economy.

"Please don't take my Kodachrome away"...

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Message 1257451 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 9:05:49 UTC - in response to Message 1257435.  

Off topic, but I still have some rolls. Back on topic.
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Message 1257509 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 12:42:12 UTC

Sorry about the wait went to bed putting up a new post in a few mins
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Message 1257511 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 12:49:18 UTC

More and more we are learning to recycle
In this case a fashion company has begun making clothing out of recycled glass. the glass is broken down and extruded into fiber. the resulting clothing is made up of 25% recycled glass

What's the article of clothing and what was the glass used for originally
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Message 1257602 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 17:40:44 UTC

Rang an ex-girlfriend of mine who is doing a PhD in fashion (for such courses exist!) and she had no idea. So at a guess i'd say a skirt, made from recycled beer bottles.
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Message 1257646 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 20:07:51 UTC

Recycled beer bottles is correct
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Message 1257673 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 20:54:20 UTC

Lucky guess, wrong item though?

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Message 1257682 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 21:06:24 UTC

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Message 1257721 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 22:11:59 UTC

beer bottles into pants is correct winner is John McLeod VII with The Simonator getting honorable mention
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Message 1257742 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 23:15:48 UTC

I learned today that a Doctor did X to discover that the correct treatment for his cancer was not the standard treatment for his cancer, but the standard treatment for a different cancer. This is groundbreaking in that it may point a different way for treating many cancers in the future.

What is X is the statement above?


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Message 1257750 - Posted: 8 Jul 2012, 23:30:44 UTC

im confused the correct treatment of his cancer is the standard treatment for a different cancer so doing the same thing proves you should do different things?
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Message 1257772 - Posted: 9 Jul 2012, 0:06:44 UTC - in response to Message 1257750.  

im confused the correct treatment of his cancer is the standard treatment for a different cancer so doing the same thing proves you should do different things?

Currently standard treatment for cancer is based on the location of cancer. Therefore the standard treatment for his cancer is not what worked. What worked was the standard treatment for a cancer in a different location.


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Message 1258192 - Posted: 9 Jul 2012, 21:00:24 UTC

I did my Doctorate in Cancer Chemistry, but i'm not sure where to start here.

Depends on the cancer, did he use a molecular targeted approach? Or maybe protein-protein interaction profiling.
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