Do X Ray Glasses Really Work?

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No, X-ray glasses do not really work. They consist of two 'lenses' and a diffracting source, such as a feather, to create an off-set image. The darker image inside a lighter image is then said to be the 'X-ray.'
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X-Ray machines contain a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) of which rays are suddenly stopped using obstacles which generate X Rays. X rays can pass through thin material such as skin.
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Setting Up the Picture. The X-ray technician arranges the body part to be photographed between an imaging plate and the X-ray machine. The X-ray machine is then arranged so that it
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Ask a girl to strip down.
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You can't. You would have to set up an X-ray source behind the thing you're trying to see through and then use those x-rays to expose film on the other side of the object. You could
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