Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Boston, MA — A study by scientists at Schepens Eye Research Institute shows that a bioptic telescope on one lens of a pair of glasses used to magnify traffic signs and lights may not prevent the wider view of the road with the second eye. The study results, which will be published in the May 2011 Archives of Ophthalmology, are the first evidence that–under more realistic viewing conditions than in earlier studies–the second eye can detect objects in the area obscured by the magnification effect of the telescope (called the ring scotoma).
Posted by H4Gx at 3:45 AM
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Our Cosmos is a actual absorbing abode to explore. If we’re out at night, aloof lying there attractive up at the sky, acquainted all the admirable stars, we admiration what is out there, above what we can see and above what we absolutely know. Above the boundaries of our Earth. Anybody in this apple has the appropriate to admiration and would adulation to apperceive what the cosmos as a accomplished looks like. All of its adorableness and all of its colors.
Posted by H4Gx at 11:32 PM