X-ray?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by skaramanga, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. skaramanga

    skaramanga Active Member
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    Well not quite, but close. When in a dark space, cut the Evo's flashlight app on and put your fingers or hand over the LEDs. It goes through skin, tissue and bone. Pretty cool. But mostly scary.
     

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  2. kaisies

    kaisies Well-Known Member
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    any bright light will do this.. but neat :thinking:
     
  3. Bob Maxey

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    Relax, no X-Rays in or from your phone. The phone is not powerful enough to even begin to support an x-ray feature. Just light shining through your skin.

    Bob Maxey
     
  4. tjwoo

    tjwoo Well-Known Member
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    will this affect my battery life?
     
  5. sintricate

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    This thread makes my head hurt.
     
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  6. tracerit

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    hey guys, you only have to be 13yo to use the internet!
     
  7. skaramanga

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    HA! You folks are cracking me up. Great responses, but the Xray title is tongue in cheek. I just thought it was fun to post something besides the, "convince me why to keep/get the Evo" threads.
     
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  8. jparker71

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    What the heck? I'm paying an extra $10 a month and this phone doesn't have something as basic as an X-ray? Screw it, I'm getting an iphone.
     
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  9. 355spider

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    How dare you put a thread up that suggests we might be able to see through womens close without delivering.
     
  10. FestoKGB

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    [​IMG]
     
  11. Stang70Fastback

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    People thinking this thread was serious, you just got TROLLED!
     
  12. skaramanga

    skaramanga Active Member
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    Gold!
     
  13. novox77

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    spelling fail.
     
  14. TF1984

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    Good gracious this is horrible. Would love to see it DELETED or MOVED (to the trash...)...
     

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  15. zombdroid

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    Thanks for the tip!
     
  16. uniquenameEVO

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    Lay down on that table over there and I will hold my evo up to your head and take a look see...make sure things are ok.
     
  17. sleky

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    Hahahaha!!!! Seriously.... he he he ha ha ha ho ho ho!!!
     
  18. Bob Maxey

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    Actually, it is not. We have stories about cell towers causing cancer. Or perhaps it was power lines and sub-stations. Your cell phone causes brain tumors, or so the experts say, and we are constantly being visited by beings from another dimension.

    I once wrote a piece about radio tubes that can emit x-rays. This is not an internet joke, either. Some tubes (valves for you Brits; Cherry-O and all that rot) emit radiation, but that is of little concern to those gathered here.

    So it is not hard to believe that some would think their appliance can emit x-rays.

    Bob Maxey
     
  19. FestoKGB

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    The amusing part is not thinking that the phone could emit x-rays. The amusing part was the idea that the phone was capable of harnessing said radiation for the purpose of looking into/through the human body. Even the iPhone can't do that and it has the WiFi's.

    On second thought, the amusing part was the mental image of someone holding the phone up to their hand and marveling at the light shining through the skin.

    Wait...on third thought the really amusing part was your use of "Cherry-O". Sounds like one of those cheap breakfast cereals that comes in a bag instead of a box.

    This thread is full of win...on so many different wavelengths...
     
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  20. uniquenameEVO

    uniquenameEVO Well-Known Member
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    You are punny.
     
  21. ImaYam

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    LOL I actually tried this :)
     
  22. skaramanga

    skaramanga Active Member
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    Yeah I came in tipsy one night and tried it. The whole room turned :eek: red.
     
  23. zion168

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    Try putting the light under your scrotum for much cooler effect.
     
  24. dan330

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    aaahhhh....
    someone has too much time by them selves!!!

    :eek:
     
  25. Bob Maxey

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    Cant help you with x-rays, but perhaps I can sell you a Gunn diode or two to provide you some nice microwaves.

    Bob Maxey
     
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