Julian Assange, Eclipse Truther. Astronomers, doctors and other experts alike are in total agreement on one pointdont stare at a solar eclipse without eye protection unless you want to damage your vision or go blind, you goddamn idiot. This warning was in large part heeded by all but the very uninformed or the very impulsive, categories which both naturally included President Donald Trump, who soaked in as much luxurious unshielded eclipse viewing as he could on Monday. Now Wikileaks chief Julian Assange, whose behavior and vaguely pro Trump leanings have grown more concerning in direct proportion to the amount of time he has spent locked inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, is warning the public not to fall for Big Safety Glasses grift. Early Monday evening, Assange tweeted Theres no danger staring directly at the moon during a total eclipse. Beforeafter, the moon only partly covers the sun usual sun danger. He added, You look away when you see it ending. Eyes also move to protect themselves. The hysteria seems to be sustained by glasses company profits. In fairness to Assange, hes not wrong that a total solar eclipse is, in theory, safe to look at during the very short period of time that the main body of the sun is covered entirely by the moon. Reverse Engineering .Jar Files With Eclipse' title='Reverse Engineering .Jar Files With Eclipse' />I recently purchased a new Yoga 2 Pro with a gorgeous 3200 x 1800 display. My main purposes for this device was to do some heavy lifting on the the road with. Examples of reading Excel files in both format 20 using the Apache POI library. In that extremely limited circumstance, only parts of the the suns corona which do not emit enough energy to damage the eye are visible. But the vast majority of people viewing an eclipse never see a totality. Theyll see a partial eclipse, which is when only a significant percentage of the sun is covered as in New York today, where only 7. Because so much of the sun is covered during a partial eclipse, ones eyes may not move to protect themselves. Instead, the sun will dim enough that one could get fooled into staring at it, even as its frying the interior of their retinas. As NASA noted, the reason one should still use protective glasses or other equipment during a total solar eclipse is because as the moon rotates in front of the sun, its very difficult to determine the exact window of time someone might have to look at it. Again, since the vast majority of people are not in the path of the totalitythough may believe they are, especially if theyre close to itits really, really for the best that everyone just wears the damn safety glasses. For both of these reasons, advocating otherwise sounds an awful lot like a teenage boy arguing he doesnt need to wear a condom because he knows when to pull out. Reverse Engineering .Jar Files With Eclipse' title='Reverse Engineering .Jar Files With Eclipse' />There was no safe time for Trump to look at the eclipse, because the sun was only 8. Washington, D. C. Glasses company profits seems a little naive, considering high demand took retailers by surprise and the rarity of major eclipses does not really seem all that conducive to the formation of an astronomy industrial complex, but heythe next time Assange wants to take a cake out of the oven or something, hes free to defy Big Oven Mitts too. Mediacom Self Install. XV7W1yZMTFM/hqdefault.jpg' alt='Reverse Engineering .Jar Files With Eclipse' title='Reverse Engineering .Jar Files With Eclipse' />Eclipse Watching Towns Are Going to Be Absolutely Slammed. The solar eclipse is rapidly approaching and, for the towns that happen to be in the narrow 7. For some towns this astronomical occurrence will be immensely profitable. As Brooke Jung, the full time eclipse marketing and events consultant in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, told Fast Company Its essentially like hosting the Super Bowl without having to build a stadium. That sounds very exciting, but for small cities that arent used to hosting major sporting events, hosting that many people may put a strain on both infrastructure and resources. If youre planning on traveling to one of these viewing locations, there are a few concerns you should be aware of Traffic is going to be bad According to Citylab, gridlocks are expected for several days before and after the eclipse, and getting in and out of the towns could feel like a major evacuation. Fifteen minutes beneath 41degree Fahrenheit water is a crippling experience, and possibly death sentence for a twoyearold. These are just not conditions that. I would imagine there would be performance implications, but debug information will definitely make your class files larger. So thats another motivation. 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So, if you are planning on making a trek out to one of the prime eclipse viewing locations or just live near one, make sure you give yourself plenty of time, drive carefully, and be aware of potential strains on infrastructure. Or you could just stay home and watch a livestream. Thats what Ill be doing. The Darker Side of This Summers Total Solar Eclipse Citylab.