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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    You probably mean thermal imaging?
    Is that not the same thing? I thought that night vision goggles used thermal imaging to allow you to see infrared light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    A polar bears fur and fat layer trap heat so well that it canít be seen with night vision goggles.
    How do you know that? I can't see a bear at night so it's trapping heat in it's fur, or maybe it's not where I'm looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    Is that not the same thing? I thought that night vision goggles used thermal imaging to allow you to see infrared light.
    I've used both. Night vision goggles either enhance the available light from the moon, stars and other light sources to enable you to see better or use an infrared torch that is invisible to the human eye.

    Thermal imaging uses differing temperatures to create an image and is particularly useful when vision is impaired by smoke, fog or bad weather. There's no hiding from thermal imaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    I've used both. Night vision goggles either enhance the available light from the moon, stars and other light sources to enable you to see better or use an infrared torch that is invisible to the human eye.

    Thermal imaging uses differing temperatures to create an image and is particularly useful when vision is impaired by smoke, fog or bad weather. There's no hiding from thermal imaging.
    Unless you're a polar bear obviously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    I've used both. Night vision goggles either enhance the available light from the moon, stars and other light sources to enable you to see better or use an infrared torch that is invisible to the human eye.

    Thermal imaging uses differing temperatures to create an image and is particularly useful when vision is impaired by smoke, fog or bad weather. There's no hiding from thermal imaging.

    Or you could just ask your neighbours to leave their curtains open at night to make things easier all round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    Or you could just ask your neighbours to leave their curtains open at night to make things easier all round.
    Don't be silly, that's what my DJI Spark drone is for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Don't be silly, that's what my DJI Spark drone is for.

    Surely you need both hands to control the drone though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldbutdim View Post
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    Unless you're a polar bear obviously.
    I can't be. Iím bloody freezing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    I've used both. Night vision goggles either enhance the available light from the moon, stars and other light sources to enable you to see better or use an infrared torch that is invisible to the human eye.

    Thermal imaging uses differing temperatures to create an image and is particularly useful when vision is impaired by smoke, fog or bad weather. There's no hiding from thermal imaging.
    A-ha! What if you left your balaclava, thermal underwear and socks in your bed as a decoy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    A-ha! What if you left your balaclava, thermal underwear and socks in your bed as a decoy?
    You'd have to stop breathing out as well

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    The Pacific Ocean is west of the Atlantic but to get to it through the Panama Canal you travel eastwards. (Southeast to be specific).

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