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Spy movies are often the first thing that comes to mind when people think about or discuss night vision technology. Do they actually work, or are they another form of moviemaking magic? In case you were wondering, the technology is very real and very effective. The standard set of night vision goggles will allow you to see a person standing 200 yards away on a cloudy, moonless night. Impressive, isnt it?

There are two different types of night vision technology. The first works on the principle of image enhancement. It works by collecting the minute amount of light contained in darkness, and amplifying it to the point where objects can be viewed. It even collects light from the lower end of the infrared light spectrum, which is generally imperceptible to the human eye.

The other way that night vision technology works is through a process known as thermal imaging. This process works by capturing the upper end of the infrared light spectrum. This part of the light spectrum is emitted in the form of heat, as opposed to light as we might recognize it. The warmer an object is the higher amount of this light is emitted.

There are some similar components in both night vision systems. Each of these systems is comprised of optics, some form of signal processing, and a viewing monitor. Image enhancement seems to be the prevailing technology contained in modern night vision systems. Both systems were developed, originally, for military use. In the United States, there are two classifications for night vision devices. The first is called MILSPEC, which refers to military specifications. The other is COMSPEC, which refers to commercial specifications.

This technology has been incorporated into a number of popular products, and put to use is many different ways. They are generally contained in three distinct categories; scopes, goggles, and cameras. Scopes are generally handheld or mounted on weapons, and are monocular. These are good for short-term viewing from a stationary position. Goggles are worn by the user and are binocular. As they are worn by the user, they are ideal for use over a longer period and during movement. Cameras are ideal for surveillance, as the images captured can be saved to a recording device or viewed on a remote monitor. This category also includes video imaging.

Night vision systems have come a long way since their early days of development. They are now used by law enforcement agencies and private investigators on a daily basis. They are also used by civilians for wildlife observation, security, surveillance, and personal entertainment. Night vision devices have become an integral part of the modern arsenal. Remember, not everything you see in the movies is make-believe.

This article was posted on November 14, 2005



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Military Night Vision Goggles For Military With Waterproof Body And Mounting Mechanism By Abigail Taylor on December 04, 2010 0

Military night vision goggles are used by the army, navy and air forces of different countries, today such equipment is also used by the application of many law enforcement and security personnel (fire).

However, people can also buy night vision goggles for personal use, but usually do not have the same specifications you will find the military versions. Because the military night vision goggles have become an expected part of modern warfare is that they allow the user to see the pictures in the dark, which may not only be seen with the naked eye. Also the military versions have a special feature where they can focus on the user sees the image of each eye separately, which means that they are able to maintain depth perception when viewing images at any time.

How night vision works:

Most of the night vision goggles consist of image intensifier tubes, a waterproof body and mounting mechanism. Work in the near infrared bands to detect environmental light of the reflection is seen. image intensifier tubes for night vision goggles then extended to a weak light, using the photoelectric effect. Tube, the photons of light in to a flap that opens up the number of electrons. These electrons are then amplified Surge more electrons. A powerful electric field to pull electrons toward the screen mesh phosphor bronze, which produces light point of electron impact. This allows the screen to phosphorus produces a bright image.

Military night-vision goggles are generally used as artificial light during the military operations, and fight night. This increases the safety of soldiers, much as they can move without detected by their instruments of enlightenment.

The military uses two main types of night vision goggles:

* Image Intensifiers
Image intensifiers work by expanding the ambient light (flashlight enemy, moonlight, starlight) so you can see, as you would in the day. But the problem is that when a very bright light source appears, your picture overwhelmed. Their advantages are low weight, price, size and detailed images they bring, but consumes little electricity.

* Infrared Lenses
Infrared lenses to convert the infrared spectrum of visible light, but retail prices, which is low. He also has difficulty distinguishing between two objects that have the same level of heat (which is a question of who is the enemy and who is a friend). In some cases, night vision goggles can use infrared to see through walls.

These particular military night vision goggles take any light immediately in the vicinity of where they are, and expanded to increase the image of thousands of times using an image amplifier. night vision goggles work of the photoelectric effect, which is due to photons collide with the indicator plate. When photons hit the metal, then produces electrons which are then supplemented by further causing more electrons can be produced that ignites the screen in front of the user eyes. In some cases, all the user needs to illuminate the entire field of vision is a star high in the sky. You will often see these devices used to report on wars and the image we often see on television, where they used to be green.

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Q&A:

Against secularism asked Why are you against sex before marriage?

Don’t just say because God said so, give reasons why you think it’s not good.

And got the following answer:

Living the Theology of Our Bodies, Part I

In my lectures across the nation on John Paul II’s “theology of the body” (TOB), people are often struck by the beauty of this vision for human life and, at the same time, by their own inability to carry it out. Hence, one of the most frequently asked questions I hear is How do I live this?

This is the dilemma of anyone who encounters the teaching of Christ: we don’t have what it takes on our own to fulfill it. As John Paul II says, “Love and life according to the Gospel [are] beyond man’s abilities. They are possible only as a result of a gift of God who heals, restores, and transforms the human heart by his grace.” Living the Gospel, then, is “a possibility opened to man exclusively by grace, by the gift of God, by his love” (Veritatis Splendor 23, 24).

In his TOB, John Paul gives us a 3-fold “program” for opening ourselves to this divine love, this grace: prayer, Eucharist, and Penance. These, he says, are the “infallible and indispensable” means for living the truth of love that God has inscribed in the theology of our bodies (see TOB 126:5).

At first, this might just sound like “standard Catholic stuff” that you’ve heard before. Sure enough, it is. But John Paul II’s “spousal theology” gives us a fresh, mystical perspective that you probably didn’t hear growing up in Catholic school. In this column, the first of a three-part series, we’ll take a brief look at the “spousal” nature of prayer. In subsequent columns we’ll look at the Eucharist and Penance.

As the Catechism teaches, “The entire Christian life bears the mark of the spousal love of Christ and the Church” (CCC 1617). Christians are called to live from within this “great mystery” of Christ’s spousal love (see Eph 5:31-31). This “vital and personal relationship with the living and true God…is prayer” (CCC 2558).

Prayer must never be reduced to a rote recitation of formulas. It’s an invitation to deep intimacy with God. Prayer is where we “let our masks fall and turn our hearts back to the Lord who loves us, so as to hand ourselves over to him as an offering to be purified and transformed” (CCC 2711). We must allow ourselves to “get naked” before God. Masks and fig leaves are the same thing – a way of hiding from God: “I was afraid, because I was naked, so I hid myself” (Gen 3:10). Prayer is where we allow Christ’s perfect love to cast out that fear (see 1 Jn 4:18). Standing naked before the heavenly Bridegroom in prayer, Christ washes his bride (see Eph 5:27) so as to prepare her for “nuptial union.”

John Paul elaborates on this spousal vision of prayer in his document on the new millennium: “The great mystical tradition of the Church… shows how prayer can progress, as a genuine dialogue of love, to the point of rendering the person wholly possessed by the divine Beloved, vibrating at the Spirit’s touch, resting filially within the Father’s heart.” He continues: “This is… a journey totally sustained by grace, which nonetheless demands an intense spiritual commitment and is no stranger to painful purifications (the ‘dark night’). But it leads, in various possible ways, to the ineffable joy experienced by the mystics as ‘nuptial union’” (Novo Millennio 33).

Here we see John Paul drawing from one of his favorite teachers, St. John of the Cross. According to this “Mystical Doctor,” prayer leads us to a surrender to God (and him to us) analogous to the surrender of spouses in sexual union. St. John writes, “Just as in the consummation of carnal marriage there are two in one flesh, … so also when the spiritual marriage between God and the soul is consummated, there are two natures in one spirit and love” (Commentary on the Spiritual Canticle).

Only to the degree that we are “one in spirit and love” with Christ the Bridegroom are we able to love one another as he loved us. It is an experience that comes to those who persevere in Christian prayer. Let us, then, not be afraid to persevere through the painful purifications that lead to us to “nuptial union” with God. Lord, teach us to pray!

hades asked What are the best night vision goggles?

Hi. I want to know what the best night vision goggles are. This includes accuracy, reliability and most importantly battery life.

And got the following answer:

the Best?
Teh Best will cost you arond 5 grand from outfits such as Night Optics USA, nightoptics.com for free catalogue.
At least in my usage they matched Federal military ones.
counts on what you want to use them for. If battery life is of major concern then the best will not be easy on them.
If you are serious then lok for units tht have 3rd generation and contains selier optics with day night switches to conserve battery life.
Aurora DNV.
One can find 3rd generation soviet bloc nations used and some new that cost less thn one third new units and have same capabilitys.
Just make surethe battery syustems are copmpatible with our best batterys, interchagable.
I tried and liked very much the BNVD line from ITT but 6 grand? it is a goggle but can buy attacemnt for head mount and only takes one AA battery for hours, up to aroud twelve. Remeber to check on flash reovery time as even a swsitch towards a light sourdce can casuse shut down and then reup eating juice.
Stay away from high . over 6 power units unless one is looking for purely tactical long rnge useage.
Out here it is legal to shoot coyotes at night using calls to bring them in but anything with high power at night blurs image.
nvdepot.com.
wish you luck but as I mentioned you can find used units of gen two or three that will be very effecient for a heck of a lot less price and get a guarantee with them.

keila j, asked Do Mormons believe black people are descended from Cain?

If so please advise which specific scripture in the Bible and/or BOM says this…Thanks? If you don’t have a specific scriptural reference don’t bother answering…
Alexis you did not give any scriptural reference so your comments are useless…
@slcbtf…So only some black people are descended from Cain? Which ones? Please give scriptural references…Thanks!

And got the following answer:

haha… Yun needs to do a little more research.

I don’t claim to have the authorized answer for the LDS church, but I believe the answer to your question is no. Not all black people are descended from Cain.

this article has many references and scripture citations that might be helpful. It is just too long to share in this format.

http://www.blacklds.org/mauss

Edit:
Most have assumed that the children of Canaan were the descendants of Cain. This may not be a fair assumption as the origin of the term Canaan appears to be the name of a land or group of lands (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canaan) and has no direct connection with Adam’s murderous son. Draper, et al, agree, “This people is not the same as ‘the seed of Cain’ (Moses 7:22)… their tribal names are of different origin.” (The Pearl of Great Price: A Verse by Verse Commentary, RD Draper, SK Brown, MD Rhodes, [SLC: Deseret Book, 2005], 115) Furthermore, Cain’s descendants lived in a city of Enoch (a wicked city built long before Zion) not in the land of Canaan (Gen. 4:17). Besides, why would Enoch’s vision specifically show that a blackness came upon the Canaanites, if—as the descendants of Cain—they already had black skin (Moses 7:22)?

We don’t like to think about God cursing his children but we have some examples from the Old Testament we have to deal with. In reality, it is just as important to understand God’s cursings as it is to understand his blessings. Cain was cursed for murdering Abel (Gen. 4:11-12), Lamech was cursed for murdering for the oath’s sake (Moses 5:52), the Canaanites were cursed for destroying the people of Shum, and Ham’s descendants were cursed because of Ham’s indiscretion (Abr. 1:26; Gen 9:20-25).

While Cain’s curse was for committing the first murder, perhaps the Canaanites curse was for committing the first act of genocide, apparently completely wiping out the people of Shum. The consequences of the curse include 1) the loss of the gospel, 2) the land becomes barren and unfruitful, and 3) a mark of dark skin to cause a separation from the children of God. Nothing is mentioned with regard to priesthood with Cain or the Caananites. In the scriptures, it is with Ham’s descendants that the curse pertained to the priesthood, but in the case of Cain’s descendants and the Canaanites, we ask, “would they have had the priesthood if they didn’t have the gospel?”

@Yun – you said the LDS made up the idea that all Canaanites were black. This is wrong. There is no Book of Mormon reference for this either. Nor is it found in the Doctrine and Covenants or Pearl of Great Price. Please share with us the reference you have that is found in the Book of Mormon…. The people in the Book of Mormon didn’t live in Canaan… They lived in the Americas… They too received a curse, but it pertained to the priesthood as described above. Perhaps you are getting your books mixed up. The Pearl of Great Price is not in the Book of Mormon. I have also provided an explanation for the verse you quoted found in Moses 7:8. I consider myself to be a pretty good reader thank you. : )

Edit 2. I did make a comment earlier, but after I reread it I saw that I misread your comment so I deleted my post almost immediately.

Either way, you are still incorrect about the LDS teachings. LDS/Mormons DO NOT believe that all black people are descended from Cain. Did you read my post? I doubt it since you continue to use Moses 1:7 as your reference. The setting of Moses 1:7 is prior to the flood. Adam and Eve were cast out of the Garden into an already inhospitable environment. Then, to make things worse, the land is cursed to be barren and unfruitful. After the flood, this curse was lifted:

the Lord said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man’s sake…

While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease. (Gen. 8:21-22)

The reference of Moses 7:8 does not conflict with the Bible as you have inferred.

As for genetic, historic and biblical evidence about the Pearl of Great Price…..what are you talking about? We agree that the Canaanites genetically and historically weren’t black so I don’t know where you are going with this unless you want to continue to argue that LDS/Mormons believe as you insist. If this is your argument…you argue alone since I have just shared with you the LDS teachings.

edit 3: and yun is gone…

Homo asked What if the 6 day creation was actually the prophet recieving the creation visions over a period of 6 days?

As opposed to creation happening in six days.

Gen. 1:5 God called the light “day,” and the darkness he called “night.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the first day.

There was evening and there was morning… God created it one night. Or, did this happen in a vision that appeared in a single night.

And then it goes on to describe all the other days in the same way. What’s there to indicate it was accomplished in 24 hours???

And got the following answer:

That would require making things up that aren’t in the Bible.

SB 15 asked Is call of duty modern warfare 2 prestige edition coming out in australia?

it looks cool and i want it 😀 it isnt on the ebgames website so i dont know if its coming out in australia, any help would be appreciated. cheers

And got the following answer:

yes its coming out in november. just remember though that the night vision goggles will probably only be gen 0.5, as there is no way you could get anything better for $200.

keila j, asked Do Mormons believe black people are descended from Cain?

If so please advise which specific scripture in the Bible and/or BOM says this…Thanks? If you don’t have a specific scriptural reference don’t bother answering…
Alexis you did not give any scriptural reference so your comments are useless…
@slcbtf…So only some black people are descended from Cain? Which ones? Please give scriptural references…Thanks!

And got the following answer:

haha… Yun needs to do a little more research.

I don’t claim to have the authorized answer for the LDS church, but I believe the answer to your question is no. Not all black people are descended from Cain.

this article has many references and scripture citations that might be helpful. It is just too long to share in this format.

http://www.blacklds.org/mauss

Edit:
Most have assumed that the children of Canaan were the descendants of Cain. This may not be a fair assumption as the origin of the term Canaan appears to be the name of a land or group of lands (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canaan) and has no direct connection with Adam’s murderous son. Draper, et al, agree, “This people is not the same as ‘the seed of Cain’ (Moses 7:22)… their tribal names are of different origin.” (The Pearl of Great Price: A Verse by Verse Commentary, RD Draper, SK Brown, MD Rhodes, [SLC: Deseret Book, 2005], 115) Furthermore, Cain’s descendants lived in a city of Enoch (a wicked city built long before Zion) not in the land of Canaan (Gen. 4:17). Besides, why would Enoch’s vision specifically show that a blackness came upon the Canaanites, if—as the descendants of Cain—they already had black skin (Moses 7:22)?

We don’t like to think about God cursing his children but we have some examples from the Old Testament we have to deal with. In reality, it is just as important to understand God’s cursings as it is to understand his blessings. Cain was cursed for murdering Abel (Gen. 4:11-12), Lamech was cursed for murdering for the oath’s sake (Moses 5:52), the Canaanites were cursed for destroying the people of Shum, and Ham’s descendants were cursed because of Ham’s indiscretion (Abr. 1:26; Gen 9:20-25).

While Cain’s curse was for committing the first murder, perhaps the Canaanites curse was for committing the first act of genocide, apparently completely wiping out the people of Shum. The consequences of the curse include 1) the loss of the gospel, 2) the land becomes barren and unfruitful, and 3) a mark of dark skin to cause a separation from the children of God. Nothing is mentioned with regard to priesthood with Cain or the Caananites. In the scriptures, it is with Ham’s descendants that the curse pertained to the priesthood, but in the case of Cain’s descendants and the Canaanites, we ask, “would they have had the priesthood if they didn’t have the gospel?”

@Yun – you said the LDS made up the idea that all Canaanites were black. This is wrong. There is no Book of Mormon reference for this either. Nor is it found in the Doctrine and Covenants or Pearl of Great Price. Please share with us the reference you have that is found in the Book of Mormon…. The people in the Book of Mormon didn’t live in Canaan… They lived in the Americas… They too received a curse, but it pertained to the priesthood as described above. Perhaps you are getting your books mixed up. The Pearl of Great Price is not in the Book of Mormon. I have also provided an explanation for the verse you quoted found in Moses 7:8. I consider myself to be a pretty good reader thank you. : )

Edit 2. I did make a comment earlier, but after I reread it I saw that I misread your comment so I deleted my post almost immediately.

Either way, you are still incorrect about the LDS teachings. LDS/Mormons DO NOT believe that all black people are descended from Cain. Did you read my post? I doubt it since you continue to use Moses 1:7 as your reference. The setting of Moses 1:7 is prior to the flood. Adam and Eve were cast out of the Garden into an already inhospitable environment. Then, to make things worse, the land is cursed to be barren and unfruitful. After the flood, this curse was lifted:

the Lord said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man’s sake…

While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease. (Gen. 8:21-22)

The reference of Moses 7:8 does not conflict with the Bible as you have inferred.

As for genetic, historic and biblical evidence about the Pearl of Great Price…..what are you talking about? We agree that the Canaanites genetically and historically weren’t black so I don’t know where you are going with this unless you want to continue to argue that LDS/Mormons believe as you insist. If this is your argument…you argue alone since I have just shared with you the LDS teachings.

edit 3: and yun is gone…