MadSci Search Results for Todd Jamison

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1. Physics: Re: A mind-boggling heat problem through a window, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon Oct 15 12:07:36 2001
2. Engineering: Re: What can i use to bounce radio signals? And how long could i expect them to, Todd Jamison, Chief Scientist Mon May 2 15:18:06 2011
3. Physics: Re: what is the advantage of light getting refracted as it hits our cornea, Todd Jamison, Chief Scientist Fri Jul 19 11:09:54 2013
4. Physics: Re: can sonic interferometry provide an acoustic 'image'?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon Mar 20 17:53:59 2000
5. Physics: Re: What color or other surface property results in best thermal emissivity?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon Apr 16 09:30:51 2001
6. Engineering: Re: if light entered a light-proof box of mirrors- would the light intensify? , Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon Jun 12 09:31:27 2000
7. Computer Science: Re: Discrete Cosine Transform sizes in JPEG, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Tue Nov 7 09:31:39 2000
8. Physics: Re: Tempreature of liquid and sound frequency!, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon Mar 26 12:51:26 2001
9. Engineering: Re: What sensor do I use to identify colors?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Tue Sep 4 15:36:49 2001
10. Computer Science: Re: How can I increase the data in a pixel and also make in 3-D instead of 2-D., Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Tue Nov 14 10:19:51 2000
11. Physics: Re: Electron - see coment please, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon Apr 2 12:43:25 2001
12. Physics: Re: how does a heat lamp work, how does the red bulb differ from regular bulbs?, Todd Jamison, Mon Feb 14 09:59:25 2000
13. Physics: Re: Which lens magnifies greater, long-focus or fisheye lenses?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon May 7 15:24:37 2001
14. Physics: Re: How to project a tv image without using expensive electronic equipment, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Wed Feb 23 13:38:10 2000
15. Engineering: Re: how do they measure the lumens of a light bulb?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Tue Nov 28 14:39:18 2000
16. Science History: Re: Who would have used units such as 10 to the foot?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Thu Jan 4 09:51:35 2001
17. Engineering: Re: how does a periscope work?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Mon May 22 11:50:50 2000
18. Physics: Re: UV Absorption and Color of Material, Todd Jamison, Chief Scientist Wed Feb 9 15:04:42 2011
19. Computer Science: Re: Can you recommend a program to develop a photo of me with a celebrity , Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Tue Oct 10 09:22:29 2000
20. Physics: Re: Temperature color and lamp, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Sat Jun 24 10:00:25 2000
21. Engineering: Re: How does a diagphram work in a camera, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Fri Mar 24 16:37:50 2000
22. Physics: Re: Formula to calculate the final resolution (in line pairs/mm) on photos, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Fri Feb 2 11:37:43 2001
23. Physics: Re: Is a black object hotter then a white object even in a dark room., Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Fri Nov 10 10:04:58 2000
24. Physics: Re: What makes up the lustre of metals?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Fri Apr 14 15:39:27 2000
25. Physics: Re: What is the difference between a 20 and 100 watt lightbulb?, Todd Jamison, Staff, Image Science, Observera, Inc. Fri Dec 22 11:36:35 2000


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