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" ... Born in 1923, Yeager grew up in rural West Virginia. Enlisting in the U.S. Army Air Force two months prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he moved up from mechanic to flight training partially on account of his unusually good 20/10 eyesight. ... "
" ... Extensive testing has not correlated ADS exposure with cancer, damaged eyesight, or infertility. However out of of thousands of human volunteer exposures to ADS in tests, a few experienced second-degree burns, including blistering, from the device. The Pentagon claims that injuries only occur in one out of every 1,000 exposures. ... "
" ... He also continued to stay curious and well informed, regularly discussing his new stock ideas with me and reading the daily newspaper cover to cover until failing eyesight made him switch to watching cable news at a very high volume. After my grandmother passed away, my grandfather even got a roommate, a graduate student 65 years his junior. During off hours, they had meals and conversations together, which helped him stay “with it” even as an octogenarian and nonagenarian. ... "
" ... SoundID Listen is a desktop application that can use customized sound profiles for anyone who enjoys listening to music through headphones. It’s a fact of life that we all hear sound differently, just as we all have different eyesight. What I hear through a pair of headphones may not be what you hear when listening to exact same pair. Your hearing may be more acute than mine, or I may hear more bass than you. Wouldn’t it be good if you could create a sound profile on your Mac or PC that was tailored to the pair of headphones that you own? ... "
" ... This is obviously a dicey situation, since a human driver might be tempted to drive around the gate arm, first hopefully double-checking that there’s no train within miles of eyesight. ... "