|Subject:||A hand held computer detects lightning|
|From:||"M.R Curtis" <>|
|Date:||Wed, 24 Oct 2001 04:00:14|
GOOD NEWS FOR OUTDOOR SAFETY:
AMAZING NEW HAND HELD STORM DETECTOR
New computer technology gives you a window of time to reach safe
haven before a thunderstorm arrives !
A hand held computer named THUNDERBOLT , detects lightning
strikes from as far away as 75 miles and computes the estimated time of arrival.
And then ,on its LCD screen. THUNDERBOLT displays the estimated time to
clear for safe resumption of your activity.
A virtual weather station in your HAND !!
For more details about THUNDERBOLT click on the link below :
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