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    Re: Sextant sales; was: Role of CN at sea,was Re: Averaging sights ...
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2004 Oct 15, 16:13 -0500

     > As long as the discussions are about navigation , it works with
    > Navigation-L. A navigator uses ALL available methods.
    > Maybe we should change "Notices about electronic navigation are acceptable,
    > but prolonged discussions
    > should be taken off line." to something else that fits in with GPS?
    I don't see the need to spell GPS out.  Or Radar, or Loran, or... Works just
    fine for me as is.  Not clear that we can discuss navigation these days
    without comparing the strengths and weaknesses of all available systems,
    past, present and future, so GPS, Radar etc. are bound to creep in on
    occasion, and IMHO the present spirit allows for that, so is just fine.
    By default, some of these recent technologies have to be discussed so the
    serious navigator can be aware of their capabilities, minus the hype--and
    they obviously have some shortcomings.
    As there are lists devoted to GPS, folks that want to discuss it at length
    or engage in the finer points of that system will be better served there
    Thanks for providing an excellent forum, Dan.

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