## algebra precalculus – I have seen “Thunderbirds”. One mile away – 1/4″ long from my perspective. How big were they actually?

How big is an object actually – if I am a mile away from it and it appears to be 1/4 ” in length ?
I am standing outside looking up at a 45 degree angle towards a huge wall of storm clouds that are a mile away. Ahead of these clouds is a flock of birds that are 1/4 ” in length. These were what I believe were the fabled “THUNDERBIRDS”. I am 64 years old, have lived on an air force base for 20 of those years, and the last 35 – near an airport. These objects were not planes, and were not in the airports flight path, but they appeared to be the size of a 747. They were huge and flying side by side @ twice their size apart.
The Indians say the thunderbirds fly ahead of storms – which is what they were doing. I am now a believer. How big were they ?

## color management – First attempt to use X-Rite ColorChecker… custom profile seems off by a mile

I purchased an X-Rite ColorChecker to attempt to get better white balance for my camera (a7R IV). My first attempt at using it has yielded wildly questionable results. Process below. All files referenced can be downloaded in the zip archive here.

1) Shoot image `image.ARW`
2) Use ACR to convert to `image.DNG`
3) Use X-Rite’s “ColorChecker Camera Calibration” to create profile `Sony ILCE-7RM4.dcp` from the DNG

Open original ARW or DNG in ACR. Change from default profile “Adobe Color” to the custom one I just created. Results… beyond horrible. See below (Adobe on left, new custom profile on right).

What am I doing wrong?

## Lens – Can a camera be a mile long?

Well, if the light is exactly parallel from one element to the next, the removal means nothing but additional problems. If the light does not move parallel from one element to another, you either need huge elements, or it will not get so much light to the next element that the camera does not have enough light left for a decent picture. And you definitely want to prevent stray light from entering, so you want to have a tube around it all.

That does not sound like a good investment.

## dnd 5e – Can a totem warrior barbarian of the sixth level (Eagle Totem) use the Observant talent to read a creature's lips a mile away?

A Path of the Tier 6 Totem Warrior Barbarian (PHB, p. 50) can select the Eagle Totem, saying:

You get the eyesight of an eagle. You can easily see up to 1.5 km and even see fine details, as if you see something that is not more than 100 meters away from you. In addition, the faint light does not affect your wisdom (perception) checks.

Combine this with the Observant Masterpiece (PHB, p. 168):

When you can see the mouth of a creature while speaking a language that you understand, you can interpret what it says by reading its lips.

Can I use this combination from a distance of a mile to read the lips of a creature that speaks a language I understand?

## dnd 5e – Does the totem warrior barbarian with the 6th level Eagleemem allow you to see through anything up to a mile?

You can see up to 1 mile

The wording here says that all objects that are within 1 mile block your view because normal vision works. That way, you can not see solid objects. In this case, the wording would indicate this as part of the ability.

The term "no difficulty" is only to describe the difference between this particular ability and your normal vision. In reality, for example, using a Snellen chart, even at 20/20 sight visibility, the human eye has difficulty reading letters from more than two meters below the lower third line without using binoculars or other magnifying devices.

This feat means that at a distance of 1 mile you can clearly see the same sign at a distance of up to 1 mile, provided the line of sight is clear.

## dnd 5e – Can you read the lips of a creature a mile away if you have the Grade 5 Observation and Totem Warrior – Eagle talent?

Level 6 Totem Warrior Barbarian can choose the Eagle Totem, saying:

You get the eyesight of an eagle. You can easily see up to 1.5 km and even see fine details, as if you see something that is not more than 100 meters away from you. In addition, the faint light does not affect your wisdom (perception) checks.

Combine this with the attentively Sleight of hand:

When you can see the mouth of a creature while speaking a language that you understand, you can interpret what it says by reading its lips.

Can I use this combination from a distance of a mile to read the lips of a creature that speaks a language I understand?

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