Clearly grounds for a government funded study on whether this un-American
black and white preference is PTSD caused by the Teenage Mutant Ninja
... lookout taxpayers, here come more SS disability payments!
That's nonsense. What pixel rates you want is based on, besides being
pushed by the phony hype of marketeers, what you want to do with the
pictures. Need to get an accurate image of a fly's ass on top of a
telephone pole? Get high pixels. Gonna print the pics for albums &
occasional 8 x 10 enlargements? Mid-pixel range. Just one to one 35
mm pics and only shown on a PC screen? Get low pixels.
Nothing's ever as simple as it seems these days, but ignorance and
making statements like the above are simply sour grapes and/or ignorance
or both. Do some research.
When you get right down to it Mars Rovers aren't _needed_. Nobody's
going to die if we don't have them. Space hardware is always a
compromise--they might have wanted more resolution but not been able
to support it due to power consumption or data transmission rates or
durability or any number of other reasons. The fact that a particular
resolution was used in a particular application does not mean that it
is any kind of universal ideal. Dummy.
Actually, that's likely right on target. I would imagine it was a
trade-off between data size transmitted vs power available as top of
list items at least. I'm not sure why you're crying "dummy" because I
never stated anything about it being any kind f "universal ideal". Long
space flights pretty much make that an impossibility anyway when one
considers the rate of technological advances.
Sorry; what misinformation have I spread? If I've done so, and you
point it out, I will correct same and give you credit for catching it.
I don't see how a few generalities relates to misinformation unless I
Assuming you mean what you said, it's worth pursuing to me, if it is to
you. But if you're just sour-graping it then I have nothing more to
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