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Re: TB: escaping the compost pile

  • Subject: Re: TB: escaping the compost pile
  • From: "donald" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2008 14:33:46 -0000

> Have you
> examined the flower with a high-powered magnifying glass or low-
power hand-held
> microscope? Even 10X shows the effect, although 30X is better.

The only lens around here are my trifocals. As much as they get slid up
and down, it's a wonder my nose doesn't have blisters or calluses. Or
my neck a permanent crick from all the tilting when trying to focus on
something very close. :)


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