PS: The new digi cam is a Canon IXUX 60, also shots mini-movies with pretty good quality...
New toys are fun! For Christmas I got a new Sony Handycam with the hard disk drive so you don't have to worry about tapes or whatever. Now I just have to plan a photo/video expedition. The stills it takes aren't the greatest quality though, but maybe I haven't figured out all the settings yet.
Puh - I'm relieved to see that you haven't turned Polar bear infrared-invisible yet ;-)
:-) Hey Bee, nice to see you!
Hi Bee,I bet you can be just as ferociousas A Polar Bear with a hangover - when someone pisses you off. lol!Do they make synthetic polar bear coats in Canada, or do eskimos only use the real thing?
You look quite pretty for a physicist :-)
Hey Rae Ann,It was hard but I resisted the Handycam... It's really amazing how fast these things improve. I hope we will we see some movies of you!Hi Sylow,You look quite pretty for a physicist :-) *blushing* I'll take that as a compliment for me, and as an insult for the rest of my colleagues ;-)See also:Beauty In PhysicsHey Anonymous,sorry not to see you...Dear Stefan,nah, but there's also progress in heat isolating clothes, unbelievable. Comes under the name Under Armor. Also interesting what I found by accident New materials that can change the way light and other forms of radiation bend around an object may provide a way to make things invisible, say researchers. From this article, also on Science Daily.Though the Science article I think they are referring to is much more *ehum* realistic. Metamaterial Electromagnetic Cloak at Microwave Frequencies Best,B.
Bee, I'm glad you could tell that was my comment. Blogger was having problems, and I didn't mean for it to be anonymous. Thanks! Oh, I'll be the one with the camera but not in the pictures. ;-)
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