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Hi Everyone!
Posted by huelsnitz on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 1:22 AM

Hi all!,

I'm a former Navy submariner turned high energy physicist; working on the MiniBooNE and IceCube neutrino experiments.  I used to be very active in amateur astronomy, but have drifted away for some reason.  Anyway, I love it and miss it so I hope to get back into it.  I'm currently living in Yokosuka, Japan (due to wife's Navy career).

If you want to talk nuts and bolts about physics issues, I have a blog about quantum physics and other mysteries at www.thefunisreal.com.

Looking forward to cleaning the dust off of my 8" SCT and getting back into the relaxing and regenerative pleasures of astronomy!

Warren

 

 

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Posted by DaveMitsky on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 1:57 AM

Welcome to the Astronomy.com forums, Warren.

Dave Mitsky

Sic itur ad astra!

Chance favors the prepared mind.

A man is a small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.

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Posted by Poppa Chris on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 8:14 AM

Welcome aboard, sailor! 

 

I'm looking forward to some interesting posts coming from your background. Smile

---Poppa Chris---

Denham Springs, Louisiana USA

"Second star to the right - Then straight on until morning!" - Peter Pan

Celestron CPC1100GPS (XLT) - 279mm aperature, 2800mm Focal length. (f10) Celestron Ultima LX (70deg AFOV) Eyepieces 32mm thru 5mm, Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR, Backyard EOS imaging software, Orion Star Shoot Planetary Imager IV, Celestron Skymaster 15x70 binoculars

 

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Posted by Kindsir5 on Saturday, October 12, 2013 4:04 AM

Hello from a Navy Air Navigator,

I went to the blog, and Lo, there was the paradox.  I have not had time to read it all, but an article in Nature may be of interest to you, in that a team of physicists were able to do slight measurements of a quantum happening such that they could actually witness the collapse of a multi state to the single state.

Here is the url  http://www.nature.com/news/physicists-snatch-a-peep-into-quantum-paradox-1.13899

Hope it is of interest to you and others.

Kindsir5

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