Thursday, January 12, 2006

Spot the Idiot

Does this Dong-A editorialist read is own work? How can you be so stupid, or careless, as to make this statement:

 [Spy satellites] are so powerful that one can even read the newspaper a person is holding in Central Park from as far away as hundreds of kilometers above the earth. The KH-12, a reconnaissance satellite the U.S. deployed in the early 1990s, can identify what a certain object is as long as it is bigger than 10 to 15cm by 10 to 15cm. The KH-13, launched in the late 1990s, can identify a certain object on the earth as long as it is bigger than four centimeters long and four centimeters wide.

Hey Mensa wannabe, if the best you can see is 4cm x 4cm you likely cannot read the 9 point font of the New York Times!


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