Are eyeglass optical AR coatings upto military standards ?
Military standards usually mean to the layman top qualityproducts that are non failing under the toughest physical conditions. Have weever seen an optical eyeglass lens claiming to have been made up to thesestandards ? Do these standards actually exist ?
I went on Wikipedia and found a non ending list andexplanation on this subject at
I was asked today, 'Why can you create eyewear that other offices say can't be done?' The answer was easy.
I allow myself to fail.
Actually I enjoy the failure.
When I made my first Franklin Bifocal I blew through 3 sets of lenses before I got it right. The difference is I didn't just fail three times I actually discoverd three unique ways of not making a proper Franklin Bifocal.
The key is to fail intelligently much like DARPA has done with
I've done it. Where others before me have failed, I have created a Grand Unified Theory that explains everything. Here it is:
The Nobel Committee knows where to find me. I'll be waiting for your call.
Its been a while since my last posting, and a lot has changed, yet stayed the same.
Jan 3rd, I ended up in the ER due to the inability to breathe. Once again, they were concerned about a clot, and wanted to verify one wasn't there. While they did not find a clot, they did detect some "shadowing" on the x-ray. They did a ct, and some additional blood work.. ruled out that I wasn't in any immediate danger, and sent me on my way. Due to the severity of the symptoms, and the
Well earlier this month I went to Hopkins to have them investigate what's happening. I was very impressed with the facilities, and the care. They sat and chatted with me. Took their time, really listened.. basically acted like I was the only patient they needed to care for. Heck the pulmonologist gave me her cell number, email, along with all the other contact info and told the cleaning lady to come back later as she took her time going over all the information/history etc we had.