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    Re: Refraction.
    From: Robert Gainer
    Date: 2004 Jul 7, 17:37 +0000

    I also am enjoying the discussion and hope you keep it on line. There is
    nothing that I can add to the conversation because its all I can do to keep
    up at this point.
    Robert Gainer
    >From: Fred Hebard 
    >Reply-To: Navigation Mailing List 
    >Subject: Re: Refraction.
    >Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 13:00:56 -0400
    >I for one am enjoying the discussion.  I am rather convinced, being a
    >non expert in these matters, by John's arguments, but I wonder whether
    >he would be so kind as to address the issue of a ship on the horizon,
    >for instance.  Would it always appear higher than it really is?
    >On Jul 7, 2004, at 12:45 PM, George Huxtable wrote:
    >>John Brenneise and I seem to have started a bit of a discussion
    >>between us
    >>about refraction in the atmosphere. It's the sort of in-principle
    >>that I rather enjoy (and I hope John does too), but may well drive
    >>up the wall.
    >>As it's got somewhat esoteric by now, I propose to take it off-list,
    >>to a
    >>private discussion between the two of us, unless anyone objects. But if
    >>anyone else happens to be following it or wishes to participate,
    >>please say
    >>so on-list and I will reconsider.
    >>contact George Huxtable by email at george@huxtable.u-net.com, by
    >>phone at
    >>01865 820222 (from outside UK, +44 1865 820222), or by mail at 1 Sandy
    >>Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.
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