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Comment: Yuh-huh (Score 1) 332

by donnie Freyer (#48894073) Attached to: UHD Spec Stomps on Current Blu-ray Spec, But Will Consumers Notice?
Just bought a UHD 4k set and streamed Blacklist and Marco Polo. The difference is without a doubt noticeable. It took a while to get used to the difference and it is almost uncomfortable to watch in comparison to 1080p. Although agreeably subtle, takes that much more of the "je ne sais quoi glow" from the older specs. Maybe the previous posters need to make some appointments with the optometrist?

Comment: Comment on this story. (Score 1) 166

by donnie Freyer (#46274539) Attached to: Why Improbable Things Really Aren't
Funny how people think that because we have sorted out a few complex puzzles of our reality, this should give us license to the rest. We are surrounded by things we won't ever be able to explain and the funniest part is that we can't even see most of this going on right in front of us. - The worst aspect of intelligence is being trapped by it

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donnie Freyer (2881319) writes "Unfortunately we can't ignite passion by trebucheting resources at the dragon."

Breadth-first search is the bulldozer of science. -- Randy Goebel