Originally posted by SheopleNation
reply to post by stereologist
Then don't watch it bro. Pretty simple eh? It find it hilarious that those of you who complain about the thread, never even took the time to watch the
entire video. You say there is no image enhancement, but you didn't watch the entire video. You claim that it's poor quality, but you never watched it
all. Explain to me how that makes sense? Try real hard to comprehend the question. I can't wait to hear your retort. ~SheopleNation
Hey there, brotha. I completely understand your frustration with some of the comments made. However, you've let them win by allowing them to
fundamentally change your attitude from what it was when you createdbthe thread. I hate to nit pick, but it IS kinda a rule that you give a summary
and your opinion on the information being presented. You'd be surprised how many people simply cannot watch the video. Would you deprive them of
information you consider, at the very least, to be interesting or perhaps even vital? Just because they use dial up or are browsing from an older
phone? There are other circumstances that wouldn't allow the video to be viewed but there's a few common reasons there.
After reading the comments of members who claim to have watched the video, I simply cannot justify dedicating 20 mins of my life to this. I would
rather spend 40 mins explaining it to you so that, hopefully, in the future you will not allow these negative types to turn your own disposition sour
causing you to deny simple information to the common folk. It's just plain courteous to explain a little bit of it and give your opinion. And if 9
minutes are truly wasted, you could take it a step further as some members will do when presenting videos and you could say, for example: "the good
stuff starts at 19 mins 58 secs". Respect of other's time is a great virtue. I'm sorry that some people were rude and hurtful... I really am. But it
doesn't seem very reasonable to respond to people telling them to watch the whole 20 min video just to receive a few tidbits of info. One poster even
said there was nothing interesting at all.
Sigh... I'm gonna watch the video, because a) my time is not more important than anyone else's, and b) I will come back afterwards so that I
may provide other members with the summary they so badly wish for but that you have denied because a couple screwballs gift your feelings. It's cool,
and understandable. You're only human and I may have reacted similarly if I was tired and grouchy, or having a bad day or something. I just hope that
you will excersise more efficient methods of spreading information in the future. If this turns out to be important, it will be a shame that so many
people have missed out on it all because they do not wish to play your little guessing/gambling game of sacrificing 20 minutes first before they get
to know whether or not it was worth it.
The negative members do cause some....SOME damage to this site. But its people like you and me who cause the lion's share of the damage by
letting them effect us, and by even responding. If you encounter negativity, don't feed it attention. Simply pretend you did not see that persons post
and spend your energy WISELY. This doesn't mean ignore all criticism, just if its presented in a less than civil manner. For example, the way I asked
you and explained why and everything, you should cough up the damn summary! I won't wait for that though. I'll provide what the people want. And fear
not, ats, if there is anything of interest, it will not go unnoticed by me.
edit on 17-8-2011 by ZackMorris because: paid respect to the
gods of paragraphs and indentation...
Ok just got done watching it. If you are interested in astronomy and image enhancement, you might enjoy the video if you have some time to kill. It's
a guy with a few images of elenin and he plays with the color enhancement and other adjustments and that's about it. It's from July 23rd so in that
respect, the NEW! in all caps in the title of the thread is misleading, and there is nothing vital to be shared, so the exclamation marks, and again,
the caps, I find to be unwarranted. To the average person: nothing to see here. To astronomy and photography buffs, it would probably be of SOME
interest to you. To the conspirathists, there's nothing Nibiru/apocalypse/alien related here. Just an analysis of some images of a space object. The
images themselves are nothing spectacular. The layperson like myself wouldn't even know it was a comet or anything of interest. those more
scientifically minded may be interested. Peace!
edit on 17-8-2011 by ZackMorris because: My summary!