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What a Bohr . . . .
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Posted By: Sailor, 04-04-2011, 05:10 PM

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Jer, cool shot and I am going to assume this is in reference to the atom makeup?? Bob
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Jer, cool shot and I am going to assume this is in reference to the atom makeup?? Bob
Thanks, Bob - yup good old Neils Bohr took the first real step towards understanding atomic structure; it's much more complex, and frankly bizarre, than his solar system-type model, but he set the science on the right track.
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I like it.

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Way Cool. I would hang this on my wall. WOW Jer, you are turing out some great shots lately! JIMBO
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I like it.
Thanks much. I very much enjoy doing this sort of thing.

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Way Cool. I would hang this on my wall. WOW Jer, you are turing out some great shots lately! JIMBO
JIM, I really appreciate the kind words.

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Hi Jer--I saw this yesterday when it was freshly posted and "chickened out" commenting until I really understood it's meaning.The vacation beverages were clouding my coherence processes yesterday.--charliezap
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Hi Jer--I saw this yesterday when it was freshly posted and "chickened out" commenting until I really understood it's meaning.The vacation beverages were clouding my coherence processes yesterday.--charliezap
Hey Capn - I'm glad you're enjoying yourself - you deserve it after the long winter. I think I may have had one or two of those beverages prior to taking this shot . . . . I guess I'm still a chemist even though retired.

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creative composition jer.... for a science nerd as i, interesting subject with great shadow play...
welcome to the k-5 club !! dave m
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A scene from a dark old B/W movie perhaps ,could be a great cover for a golden oldie 40's movie TFS Jer

cheers
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Nice in its simplicity Jer.
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creative composition jer.... for a science nerd as i, interesting subject with great shadow play...
welcome to the k-5 club !! dave m
Thanks, buddy. . . . . for the welcome and the kind words. Of all the test shots I did yesterday, this is probably the only one I'll keep. The camera seems to be pretty impressive, thus far.

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A scene from a dark old B/W movie perhaps ,could be a great cover for a golden oldie 40's movie TFS Jer

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You know, Ivan - that's a perfect idea.

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Nice in its simplicity Jer.
I appreciate it Susan.

Jer
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