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Beginner's Meeting

Beginners and Advanced Remote viewers may attend this class.  We will be covering the first stages 1-3 then provide several RV sessions for practice.  You can prepare for the details of the class by reading the first three chapters of the Series 3 Manual in the Files download section of the home page's "More", then "Files" section.  These sections become available when members sign up to join the club.



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  • Dell

    Mike did you get my email?

    November 25, 2013

  • Rid

    Thanks to Mike for all the materials and hard work!

    November 23, 2013

    • Mike

      Thank you for coming! I appreciate your questions--there was a lot of thought behind everything you said, which makes my job as teacher so much more enjoyable. After 3 years of teaching, I still get some very good questions!!

      1 · November 25, 2013

  • Rid

    Space needle feedback

    "... it is 605 ft (184 m) high, 138 ft (42 m) wide, and weighs 9,550 tons. It is built to withstand winds of up to 200 miles per hour (89 m/s) and earthquakes of up to 9.1 magnitude...It also has 25 lightning rod...It has an observation deck at 520 ft (160 m) and a gift shop with the rotating SkyCity restaurant at 500 ft (150 m)....From the top of the Needle, one can see not only the downtown Seattle skyline but also the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, Elliott Bay, and surrounding islands...Visitors can reach the top of the Space Needle by elevators that travel at 10 miles per hour (4.5 m/s). The trip takes 41 seconds, and some tourists wait in hour-long lines. On windy days, the elevators slow to 5 miles per hour (2.2 m/s)..."

    November 23, 2013

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