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    https://www.winoptical.com/Uploads/page-files/docu...

    https://www.winoptical.com/Uploads/page-files/documents/module/Glare-Control/Glare-Control-patient-brochure.pdf
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    Antoine Boyer & Daisy Castro - Souvenir de...

    Antoine Boyer & Daisy Castro - Souvenir de Villingen 2011


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z08PhRon2JE&feature=emb_rel_end
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    John Prine - Dear Abby 1973 ...

    John Prine - Dear Abby 1973


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF8S5XB-eYs
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    Stanley Jordan - Eleanor Rigby ~1990 I can...

    Stanley Jordan - Eleanor Rigby ~1990

    I can usually tell who the players are when they can show speed and feeling without distortion and other effects.

    Here is another "tapper", and like...
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    Vittorio Camardese 1965 Submitted for your...

    Vittorio Camardese 1965

    Submitted for your approval.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmTQYquqxSY
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    Bettye LaVette - Blackbird 2012 Con passione....

    Bettye LaVette - Blackbird 2012

    Con passione.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vll9Iv6PaKI
  7. My wife noticed I've been referring to RBG as RGB...

    My wife noticed I've been referring to RBG as RGB when discussing Ginsburg lately. Does that mean I'm slipping away?

    Robert
  8. Yes. Probably not, due to habitualization....

    Yes.



    Probably not, due to habitualization. CL wearers might have difficulties, along with changes from magnification and convergence effects.

    Most of your concerns are addressed in this...
  9. Yup, Prentice's rule is not dead-on balls...

    Yup, Prentice's rule is not dead-on balls accurate for oblique angles of view, and certainly doesn't take into account higher orders of aberration (3rd?), just as best form theory breaks down over...
  10. Brent, The formulas I've seen make no mention...

    Brent,

    The formulas I've seen make no mention of thickness, but then at our level (ophthalmic dispensing) .01∆ of Transverse Chromatic Aberration is, practically speaking, inconsequential...
  11. I'm not aware of any direct correlation between...

    I'm not aware of any direct correlation between thickness and dispersion, at least with ophthalmic lenses.

    Generally, higher refractive index lenses have greater levels of dispersion.

    Perhaps...
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    It's a Beautiful Day - White Bird 1970 Escape...

    It's a Beautiful Day - White Bird 1970

    Escape from doomscrolling and apocalypse prepping. Heroin optional.

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    Destructive interference. Where does the...

    Destructive interference. Where does the cancelled energy go? Through the lens, increasing light transmission, satisfying the conservation of energy law.
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  14. My books are at the office, so from memory: ...

    My books are at the office, so from memory:

    1) Our eyes/orbits are angled down slightly, maybe so that our ancestors didn't walk over cliffs!
    2) We tend to lower our gaze when focusing on near...
  15. Here's the white paper referenced in the above...

    Here's the white paper referenced in the above link.

    https://www.zeiss.co.uk/content/dam/Vision%20Care/Vision/en_us/PDF/ECP/ZEISS_Individual_SV_White_Paper_15630.pdf
  16. Your welcome. I like the familylike atmosphere...

    Your welcome. I like the familylike atmosphere here.

    See:...
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    Juno, I've seen coatings build up and 'run' at...

    Juno, I've seen coatings build up and 'run' at the segments that would match the symptoms- pretty easy to see when held up to the light. However, it's not that common with the better coating systems,...
  18. Yes sonny, you are absolutely correct, except for...

    Yes sonny, you are absolutely correct, except for the bold part where the relationship is .5mm per 1˚ of pantoscopic tilt.

    I do get some relatively simple PAL Rxs on occasion. When their POW...
  19. No direct relationship because the software (when...

    No direct relationship because the software (when POW capable) corrects for any misalignment of the lens and visual optical axes. The 4mm 'drop' reduces lens thickness by aligning the PRP closer to...
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    Yup, as written, there is insufficient data. Most...

    Yup, as written, there is insufficient data. Most folks have two eyes, with two corrective lenses. We're forced to assume both eyes have the same power in the 180 meridian. Punt.

    Adrianna, did...
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    Elvin Bishop - Struttin' My Stuff 1974 ...

    Elvin Bishop - Struttin' My Stuff 1974


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMNSsGzdjs0
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    Invisible Spectacles

    Earliest example (1939) of cosmetic contact lens use in cinema? LeVar Burton would be impressed.

    https://rommerreviewsdotcom.wordpress.com/2016/07/06/miracles-for-sale-1939-two-and-half-stars/
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    Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade of Pale 1968 I...

    Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade of Pale 1968

    I viewed Scorsese's 'Life Lessons' yesterday, where he used AWSOP for the intro, outro, and once or twice in the middle. Check it out.
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    Kraftwerk - The Robots 1978 ...

    Kraftwerk - The Robots 1978


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=As-iBOqACms
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    Salem Travelers - Tell It Like It Is 1969 ...

    Salem Travelers - Tell It Like It Is 1969


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOTDOGD66oQ
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