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1) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 108365)
Posted 1431 days ago by Profile Evan
Welcome, WELCOME! Read page 589 paragraph 3.

Thank you

*edit*

Just realized they're not here. oh well. guess i'l read page 589 paragraph 3 then.
2) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 106840)
Posted 1485 days ago by Profile Evan
Does anyone have any good recommendations for literature regarding prime numbers?
3) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 105057)
Posted 1540 days ago by Profile Evan
Do you happen to collect any art, Lord Rat?

Apparently several generations ago, my great^4 grandfather was a art collector in Denmark, moving around between Copenhagen, Odense, Aarhus. A few of the pieces he collected is still in the family, in fact we have one of them in our house right now.
4) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104970)
Posted 1543 days ago by Profile Evan
My copy of The Rules arrived, but it is unusable. It appears to have been seared by the heat of the fierce rivalry between RR and AA. Please someone send a new copy. My address is:
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500, USA
From what remained, I saw that the limitation on the number of GPU's allowed for a user has been lowered from 8 gazillion to 7 gazillion. Why?
--Gary


Gary, refresh my memory. How many zeros is a gazillion?
5) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104777)
Posted 1547 days ago by Profile Evan
If anyone wants to try high level remote astrophotography, check out itelescope.net. They have observatories in Australia, Spain, California, and New Mexico. Everything from wide field imagers to 27" RCOS deep-field near IR scopes. The prices are pretty good considering the services you get for it. I have been using them on/off now since 2007.


I tried a similar service a few years ago and while the results were good I found the experience slightly unsatisfying and, well, remote. I think in some masochistic way I like struggling with the light pollution, planes, cold and my general incompetence.It reminds me of Samuel Johnson saying about something else it is "...like a dog walking on his hind legs; it is not done well but you are surprised to find it done at all." I suppose it is bit like the reason some people don't like cloud based computing on PG.

Will you share some of your results?


I never did astrophotography with it, I used their equipment for variable stars and double stars. I'll try and find the paper I wrote for the AAVSO many years ago, as far as images go I'll have to also look around for them too. They were always in monochrome as I was only using v-band filter.
6) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104755)
Posted 1548 days ago by Profile Evan
If anyone wants to try high level remote astrophotography, check out itelescope.net. They have observatories in Australia, Spain, California, and New Mexico. Everything from wide field imagers to 27" RCOS deep-field near IR scopes. The prices are pretty good considering the services you get for it. I have been using them on/off now since 2007.
7) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104623)
Posted 1551 days ago by Profile Evan
Tim, or is it Tim^2, or is it |Tim|? someone else here should figure out the proper formula - I don't feel qualified.


Well it depends, Are you just Tim? Are you TimTim? Or are you the absolute value of |Tim| which is just Tim?
8) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104569)
Posted 1552 days ago by Profile Evan
Good to see they've sent you a copy, feel free to translate it into Russian.

Also, ONE OF US! ONE OF US! ONE OF US!

Welcome :)
9) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104527)
Posted 1553 days ago by Profile Evan
Oddly enough my rulebook did arrive with a magnifying glass, on account the font was size 7.5. I can't vouch for what magnification the glass is though.
10) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 104444)
Posted 1555 days ago by Profile Evan
When will we know what they're capable of? I imagine after they've released their first few chips and benchmarking has been done? What has primegrid done in the passed as far as testing new chips as they are released?


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