posted on Dec, 31 2014 @ 03:58 PM
Lizards? I can't believe there are some who still believe in this. I think the 8th grade version of yourselves would call you crazy. A television
broadcast is run through many systems, to make it so that broadcast is seen on your TV correctly. Refresh rates, screen size, film mode, temperature,
etc. Another one is for facial recognition --all of which can corrupt a frame, or many.
The broadcast has to travel so far from one point to the next, passing through many switch points, wires, boxes, TV settings, etc., all of which are
different. If it's wireless than it's even a less dedicated transfer to the end user.
For instance, an HD broadcast traveling to your 720, or even a 1080 TV, may become corrupted because of a variety of reasons, like TV settings, cable
provider, etc. ---all of which may make your TV to the point where it can't keep up with the HD processes from quick screen movements, among other
Many different types of pixel-rate distortion can be the result of one part of a frame passing from the point of broadcast to your type of TV quicker
than another part of a frame. The end result is usually the part in a broadcast that moves the most and can't keep up, and that is the head, facial
expressions, eye movement, etc. Many times one part of a frame, or one part of many frames, won't be able to keep up with the digital flow of the
rest. It is at this time you will see the picture trying to sort out movements into a clarity that only it knows and can handle, or can't handle, so
it does its best to interpret, clarify and bring into the best image that it can handle in each and every one of those unique situations and
There are no lizard people --I know it may be hard to accept for some whose lives may be lacking in the Excitement Department --like most everybody
think they're lives are boring but in reality are not. Their big picture has just become, shall we say, distorted, or jaded.
So the need increases to jump on fantastical claims and stories in order to boost that level and escape a plain, ordinary life in the hopes to put
yourself smack-dab into the middle of a Fantasy novel written by Tolkien or Rowling, among many others.
It's sometimes best to stop in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy. No need for lizard people to excite your life when there are plenty of
snakes slithering from Hogwarts to Hollywood and there and back again. Instead of looking down for lizards, look up to see the things that fly and
hitch a ride.