Live or Memorex?
kb7wsd at gmail.com
Sat Apr 19 15:21:49 PDT 2014
"... There are no such restrictions for ham operators."
Sad but true. While a heart condition or other reasons is an unfortunate
but valid reason to ground someone, in the amateur community I have
personally seen a significant number of bad cases of cranial-rectal disease
and it seems that there is a pretty close correlation between the disease
and problems caused on the air. But I digress.
I guess I have to chock up the existence of software and a service (that is
largely useless) to the same thing that causes those little adhesive backed
foil decals sold as cell phone antenna boosters....
On Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 2:25 PM, Jeremy McDermond <mcdermj at xenotropic.com>wrote:
> On Apr 19, 2014, at 11:11 AM, Grant Hopper <kb7wsd at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I get your explanation, but Michael, to toss a small wrench into your
> example about flying, I can introduce you to lots of pilots that use
> virtual for training. Little simulators and great big ones that B and
> others use. Why? Cost and time. Non-pilots do that too. Not enough
> commitment or economic resources to fly for real, but loving the technical
> nature of 'flying’.
> Also consider that some folks use a simulator because the FAA for medical
> reasons prohibits them from flying the real thing. There are no such
> restrictions for ham operators.
> Jeremy McDermond (NH6Z)
> Xenotropic Systems
> mcdermj at xenotropic.com
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