As in does the speed stay the same for a photon traveling 13 billion years? (Is space/time expansion real?)
And throw in average auto CO2 use too.
Some folks might be surprised at the results
1. driving and long distance, like TV across the room.
2. Near distance, like Computer monitor, stuff on the table I am eating.
3. Reading, 1-2 feet. I use this for reading or working in detailed model assembly.
The long distance makes a big difference when driving at night. Otherwise, change is not required all the time, I can adjust close enough for a bit with any set.
I never could get used to head bob, and pointing my nose at the ceiling to read text on a monitor was crap for dignity.
Try a few options, and look for cheap prescription glasses from China. (You can get 3 pairs vs one at the local Dr's office)
Many of our members are veterans (Lots of fun stories there!)
I will donate a rail car kit to the first 5 veterans who come by for a visit and Asks for Thomas.
Our web site is: http://www.modelrailroadclub.o...
Meetings are Thursday nights.
For the weird and wonderful stuff, right here baby!
I just left a comment. The number 2 issue with comments had about 200 of so. This issue has 45k and rising. Lets tack another digit in the end!
Thoughtful, reasoned, and on point. Let see if we can make a difference.