Greg Beetham

Greg Beetham

Lives in Australia Townsville, Australia
Works as a Automotive Paint (retired)
Joined on Sep 15, 2006
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KM 5D A100 A700 3600HSD HVLF56AM
100 f/2.8(D) Macro, 100-300 f/4.5-5.6(D) APO, 24-105 f/3.5-4.5(D), DT18-200 f/3.5-6.3(D), 17-35 f/2.8-4(D), 28-75 f/2.8(D)

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  • Yes that was the major part of the idea, you have to avoid looking because that nullifies the outcome of the uncertainty principal, or the act of observing disturbs the result and therefore not ...
  • I do agree with that, I’ve been wondering for a long time how the universe would look at a ‘now’ instant (how it actually looks) rather than the fictional view we are stuck with, with most of it ...
  • Replied in Birds
    Hah! ain't that the way... and yes about raptors, I have heard they can stress very badly. I do hope you can make it someday, it’s probably not all that exciting, no large exotic things like Kodiak ...
  • Yes there are some dangerous critters, (I absolutely hate spiders myself), but strangely enough you hardly ever see any, I’ve seen three different snakes in the back yard in the last year and none ...
  • I suppose if some birds can have a much accelerated time sense why not other species, aliens also, but I do suspect that if you live at a very intense pace you also might not live a long time, ...
  • Wow! that would be an achievement, touching a wild deer, amazing. One of my most memorable moments was when we found a Willie Wagtail (a really cute little bird) entangled in a huge spider web out ...
  • I wonder how they will contrive to make him the public enemy no.1 this time if he’s the President? That’s the usual formula from the couple of shows I partially watched in the past, everyone is ...
  • Yes it’s fascinating watching the timing and precision involved with those birds that can do that, snap a moving insect out of three dimensional space, I’ve often done the same and marvelled at ...
  • That was great. I wonder when it happened?
  • It’s fascinating to watch some birds, they obviously live in a different time reality to us. There is a common little honeyeater here, it’s a fairly nondescript little grey bird with a body about ...
  • Possibly while a given species is confined to their local system they are at a particular structural and developmental stage that the very advanced species would recognize as a safely contained ...
  • Yes I’m sure very advanced aliens could find a way of getting rid of us and leave the Earth untouched, and do it most likely without us even knowing about it.
  • I think currently the robotic missions to Mars that include rover type vehicles are all sterilised before they are sent to avoid contamination. I think sooner or later it will be a robotic mission ...
  • I suppose any super science alien species that could manipulate space time and gravity who wanted to get rid of pests without bothering with any direct interaction could simply adjust the output ...
  • It’s almost useless looking on the web for science about a possible massive planet x hidden out in the deep dark reaches of space, there are all sorts of crackpot doomsday theories proposed and ...
  • It’s possible at a guess, but then with the wave motion up and down through the galactic plane the solar system has coupled with the slightly egg shaped orbital path uncovering new territory on ...
  • Yes the tie up was kinda convincing on one hand but a bit convenient on the other, but possible just the same, there’s no guarantee of safe passage anywhere when travelling through the galaxy, ...
  • Err no, that’s why I mentioned it. There’s lots of motions to neutralise actually, the Earth’s rotates at 465m/sec at the equator and orbits the sun at around 30km/sec and the sun is orbiting the ...
  • Actually he might have a point, if the message beam is powerful and narrow it would have to take proper motion into account, ours and theirs, although the stars seem fixed they are actually moving ...
  • Why bother releasing a video that shows the back of someone’s head half the time? And anyway whose camera is that, the one following? What about the guy in front who owns the ear that blocks the ...
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