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Old 04-04-2006, 08:47 PM   #1
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I was just going through the optics section in my AP physics textbook and came across this. Pretty neat eh?

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wow that is freakin cool
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Thats really badass! A physics lesson with you're own car.
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What'* the second number?
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What'* the second number?
Radio frequency..
I remember a few text books used bonnevilles as well..
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What'* the second number?
Radio frequency..
I remember a few text books used bonnevilles as well..
I want that :(

Is the display more customizable? Or just displays the radio freq as well?
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from now on, if anyone asks about replacing their windshield and they have HUD..if they want to know if they should spend the extra money for a HUD, well now they have a good reason, cause they know how it works...very sweet...
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I would tear the page out, but that'* just me
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My grade 11 physics book would always used a drawn Olds Intrigue..

(which was ironic, considering that it was the car that the teacher drove)
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it is NOT that big
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