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Wolverine for the violet ring. Underneath his harsh exterior lies a man who wants to love, who longs to be loved, more than most characters, IMO.

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Hopefully it will soon. This is an awesome video.

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I'm going to California. Someone told me there is a girl out there, with love in her eyes, and in her hair.

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Good job Verizon. ... I mean, Dish Network. ... I mean, normal individual who wasn't paid to do this.

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Jesus. Thanks for making this whole series too good, I lost my entire Saturday watching the whole thing! I got to this from your Outlast videos, which I also watched the entire series. Freaking addictive. I'd suggest having a playlist for these games, so I can just click on the series, cause that's easier on my TV app. Don't wanna constantly try to find the next episode. Great Job though. Really good.  Wish you've done Fallout 3 or Fallout 4 when it comes out. That'd be good.

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How many megapixels does the human eye have???

you see things one way, and your camera sees things differently.
So, what is the resolution of the human eye, at which a camera would be able to truly capture an image the way the eye sees it?

The answer is 576MP, the technical breakdown is as follows:

Consider a view in front of you that is 90 degrees by 90 degrees, like looking through an open window at a scene. The number of pixels would be 90 degrees * 60 arc-minutes/degree * 1/0.3 * 90 * 60 * 1/0.3 = 324,000,000 pixels (324 megapixels).

At any one moment, you actually do not perceive that many pixels, but your eye moves around the scene to see all the detail you want. But the human eye really sees a larger field of view, close to 180 degrees. Let’s be conservative and use 120 degrees for the field of view.

Then we would see 120 * 120 * 60 * 60 / (0.3 * 0.3) = 576 megapixels.

The full angle of human vision would require even more megapixels. This kind of image detail requires A large format camera to record.

Therefore, once our cameras reach 576MP, the pictures you take with your camera will look exactly the same as you see them.
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Where is "Rosebud"? Citizen Cane?

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Challenge Accepted. ah, shit, Anti-Crist...

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"It's not that there is "passion" for abstract thinking in genius - they are simply born with incredible depth and amount of abstract thinking whether they like it or not. It's the only way to exist for them. They naturally percieve the world in a depth that is far beyond the comprehension of others."  I agree. And they have hard time expressing that, until they find a means to funnel that in some sort of constructive or destructive way. I agree, the "normal" for most people that these geniuses find doesn't not register with them as normal, because in their head, it's illogical. They just understand them as what it is, and nothing more. But when they're sitting around, looking at a bird on branch, when a regular person sees a bird on a branch, they see something completely different. The depth of all of the images and knowledge somehow, incomprehensibly come together like a puzzle in their mind to create a conclusion rapidly. I think it's not the focus, but curiosity and yearning to understand the world and themselves better drives these people to a solution (not genius) that otherwise cannot be conceived by their peers. And sometimes this exact thing is why they feel outlasted from the society, because their desire to find someone else that can see what they can see, and not finding anyone or ability to show or find someone who can truly understand the true meaning behind it all. They will never tell you, not because of bitterness, or arrogance, but it's either you see it in your head the process, or you don't.  I think it's a gift to the world, but a curse to the person who is born with it in a very intimate and personal level that nobody can understand.

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I'm really liking this "Everything you ever wanted to know" series, especially with Emme Hall. Not as dull as some other auto show footage, interview.

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i like it.
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