Subject: Electron microscope magnification
Date: Fri, July 6, 2007 7:45 am
In one of your articles it listed 600K magnification by Rife as very high.
Today's E-micrscope can do several million times magnification. Should you not
revise your article on this?
I didn't say that Rife got 600K, I said he got 60K, quite a difference I hope you'll agree.
An electron microscope can't achieve MILLIONS times magnification. I don't know where you got that.
An electron microscope can only achieve its high magnification by looking at DEAD, non-moving specimens. Rife was able to see 60K in the LIVING state, quite a differnce there too, I hope you'll agree.
Subject: Re: Electron microscope magnification
Date: Fri, July 6, 2007
You are right 60k not 600k
But how come electron microscopes with higher like million magnification can't see
If you check Wikipedia under electronic microscope you may find the specs
for modern systems.
It is stated in the millions of times magnification.
I may have done a typo on the 60-600K, I scan too fast.
Tks for your reply.
You used the term "several million times". I said it couldn't achieve "millions" (plural), although I knew it could come close to one million times.
"Similarly, whereas the maximum useful magnification of the light microscope is about 2000, that of the electron microscope may approach 1,000,000. The maximum useful magnification is the least magnification of the image that reveals to the observer all the specimen detail that the microscope is capable of conveying."
I see from the same article above that the latest development from one company puts the figure closer to two million, a new development.
The high voltage electron stream will kill anything that it is exposed to. Everything is done in a vacumn as well.
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