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AcesFullOfKings ,

this just in: publicly traded company whose job is to maximise shareholder value maximises shareholder value instead of doing something else. more at eight.

This camera captures 156.3 trillion frames per second ( )

Scientists have created a blazing-fast scientific camera that shoots images at an encoding rate of 156.3 terahertz (THz) to individual pixels — equivalent to 156.3 trillion frames per second. Dubbed SCARF (swept-coded aperture real-time femtophotography), the research-grade camera could lead to breakthroughs in fields studying...

AcesFullOfKings ,

I think you're off by a few orders of magnitude. It'd be 82,000 years, not 82 years.

156T / 60hz = 2.6T seconds

2.6T seconds = ~82500 years

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