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Solar bursts may threaten GPS

 

This is a very interesting article. http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/G/GPS_SOLAR?SITE=NCHIC&...
Sorry for the long URL but I don't know how to put an active URL in a post. You can copy and paste into your browser window. Basically, the article says that an unexpected solar radio burst back on Dec 6 disable virtually all of the GPS satellites on the lighted side of the earth. More might occur.

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Interesting story. It gives

Interesting story. It gives a good reason to use WAAS. I wish there was a way to see when you are receiving a WAAS signal.

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Thanks Keith. Does accept

Thanks Keith. Does accept bboard tags or html for urls? How did you do that?

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Here's how

rbrown3rd wrote:

Thanks Keith. Does accept bboard tags or html for urls? How did you do that?

I sent you an email explaining how.

RT

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Thanks.

Thanks.

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It's a secret

rbrown3rd wrote:

Thanks Keith. Does accept bboard tags or html for urls? How did you do that?

OK, not really...since RT sent you the instructions, I don't have to tell you...but for the rest of the kids in the sandbox, down at the bottom of a compose or reply form there's a link "Input format" - you have to hit that, and hit the select button for 'Filtered HTML with additional tags' - and you can make a link provided you know the correct HTML code to do it.

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*Keith* MacBook Pro *wifi iPad(2012) w/BadElf GPS & iPhone5 + Navigon*

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