Diffraction Limit

Started Aug 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
Detail Man
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Re: No discursive limit on DPReview ?

Chris Noble wrote:

Detail Man wrote:

Wolf Hass wrote:

Great Bustard wrote:

Anders W wrote:

Great Bustard wrote:

So, where does that leave us? Oh yes -- it leaves us back where we started: you do not understand diffraction in the least.

If that were the only thing he doesn't understand, the situation would be vastly improved. Regrettably it isn't.

There is no sin in not understanding. The sin lies in refusing to learn. The greater sin is to be proud of the first sin.

Let me guess: you hate the sin but love the sinner.

You're making me feel 'itchy'

Thus, a small "cottage industry" of techno-nannies emerged and thrived in the foral domains, pedantic inquisitors whose very souls have dedicated their efforts to mitigating the wanton self-misuse of "false senses of concreteness". An often thankless, but nevertheless sanctious, societal role that will surely (soon come Thunderdome) be of paramount importance, as future luminaries diligently search the ancient disk-drive scrolls, duly discounting any and all "bum steers" ...

I get the diffraction limit -- but apparently there is no discursive limit to DPR debates!

Periodic nulls resulting from S-Plane zeros comb-out so much in the way of spectral density that there seems (to me, perhaps) adequate room for just a bit of sociological reflection surrounding it all ?

DM ...

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