Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Use of Scanners

The problem with a lot of "Morgellons" photographs is that they look like things that could have been picked up off the bathroom floor. It's difficult to see exactly how they came from someone's body.
Microscopes such as the QX5 are cheap, but difficult to use handheld at the high magnifications.
Scanners nowadays are pretty commonplace, cheap and powerful.

You could use one as a simple microscope to provide photos of fibers in-situ? In fact you could even use it to show the fibers emerging after you apply the tea-tree oil. You'd just have to have some kind of support for your arm.


At 4:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This may be off topic but is it possible scanners will eventually replace photocopiers as the preferred instrument for copying butts?

At 5:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd imaine the glass on a scanner is weaker than the glass on an office photo-copier. They probably have a special "scanned ass glass lacerations" catagory at the ER.

But it raises an interesting point - perhaps there ARE fibers on your ass, and you've just not noticed them, with them being behind. Perhaps this is a new avenue of research.

At 9:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This may be off topic, but did you proofread?

At 9:07 AM, Blogger Margellons said...

Not a lot.

At 4:59 PM, Blogger Margellons said...

Not Seinfelt - it's "This American Life" on NPR, "The Fix is In"


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