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HighEnd underwater fluorescence torch

Beitrag von horstartur » 24 Mär 2018 17:02

Our HighEnd underwater fluorescence torch contains now a special electronic, which allows an permanent operation with full power with fully charged LiAkkus over 2 hours. After this time it slowly decreases in intensity. The recreational diver does not need an illumination longer than 1 hour. However, tec-divers and/or underwater archeologists need torches with burning times around 90 minutes. So it is a certain success that professional tec-diver and archeologists use my highend fluorescence torch to detect tiny pieces of 2000 year old human skeleton. > "Technical advances in underwater archaeology, the Antikythera shipwreck excavation example" My torch is seen at minutes 14:08 and 29:35.
https://www.uni-due.de/zoophysiologie/a ... s/AlexTalk Also the other artefacts (especially a astrological clock) are a highlight worldwide. > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqhuAnySPZ0
The importance of the findings is demonstrated by the fact that the results are published in the outstanding scientific journal Nature. >
http://www.nature.com/news/human-skelet ... ck-1.20632
further YouTube movie > reconstruction of the astrological mechanism> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCworsK ... 6-BnIjS2MA

My torch was also used in detection of human bone fragments at a world war II bomber at the coast of Croatia. > http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-new ... 180964081/ My torch is seen at minute 1:47.

The project will be continued in 2018.
Workshop in May 2018 in Egypt > https://www.uni-due.de/fluodives/Seiten/Event2018.HTM

Dr Tony Freeth Stanford lectures
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Embryologie, Entwicklungsbiologie, Zoologie, Evolution,Gentechnik, Amphibien, Video (auch UW-Fluoreszenz) , Naturschutz, Galapagos, Seniorkapitän, LeipzigAir http://www.leipzigair.de/
Homepage: http://www.uni-due.de/zoophysiologie/


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