Need Assistance for Prevention Study

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Otis Brown, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. Otis Brown

    Otis Brown Guest

    Dear Friends,

    Subject: Need assistance from a retired optometrist!

    As most know, nearsightedness prevention is difficult,
    since most people on the threshold will not
    take prevention seriously.

    I would be interested in contacting a retired optometrist
    in Daytona Beach, FL, who would be interested in
    working with pilots on a nearsightedness prevention
    project.

    The optometrist no take any legal responsibility for
    the effort, but would assist with some of the
    measurements.

    If you know of any "open minded" optometrist who
    might wish to help with this type of project please
    let me know.

    I believe that the pilots at Embry-Riddle would have
    an interest -- since they could well preserve their
    distant vision through four years at this college.

    I have set up a preliminary page on my site under
    "Aeronautical College", to begin organizing the
    plan for this type of effort.

    You can contact me at:



    Should be a great technical challenge!

    Best,

    Otis
     
    Otis Brown, Jan 26, 2004
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  2. Otis Brown

    Otis Brown Guest

    Dear Fran,

    Anyone who develops fundamentally new concepts is
    going to have this effect.

    I always like to say that our hearts are in the
    right place -- and going in the right direction
    with this approach.

    It is just going to take awhile for our minds
    to catch up!

    Enjoy my friends. Let us all work
    together on this project.

    Success will ultimately depend on the
    quality of the minds and judgments
    of the engineer-scientists at Embry-Riddle.

    Best,

    Otis
    Engineer
     
    Otis Brown, Jan 26, 2004
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