@aelius I always think of diffraction spikes when I see this:
If your camera iris isn't circular then this might be the explanation but I can't really think why you would see it with your eyes. What happens if you tilt your camera/head?
'Metasurface imaging with entangled photons'
Been avoiding mastodon for a while. Not especially sure why, though it's coincided with a lul in my motivation. What I probably don't need is more hobbies, so naturally I want to start piano lessons in the next few weeks. Also considering learning Italian since there are 6 speakers of it in my group. Learning a language seems like such a grind, though. But I could get lots of practice in, for sure.
I finally put The Hydrogen Sonata to rest last week. Then finished The Wasp Factory in just a few days, which I never manage to do. What a twisted, exceptional book that was.
Not sure what to go with next, more Iain Banks? If not, then Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger. Her book The Time Traveller's Wife is a candidate for my favourite book ever.
@paanvaannd what sort of thing would you come across in aerospace medicine that distinguishes it from any other medicine?
Made a scrunchie to stop my hair falling into the laser beam. Feelin' pretty.
A radical proposal to keep your personal data safe - Richard Stallman https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/apr/03/facebook-abusing-data-law-privacy-big-tech-surveillance
@noctiluca There's a couple building a nest across the road from me. I hadn't realised how complex their nests are - they even build roofs.
@bgcarlisle Mastalab has a bookmark feature like this
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