Originally posted by Somebody
So why don't you go do that? If you're capable of doing it, shouldn't you be putting up? And if you're not capable of doing it, then how can you know that what you want is possible and that lack of will is the reason it isn't happening?
Well, first of all. I am not in a financial position to invest the time necessary to fully develop this type of method, and to be quite honest, I don't have a whole lot of intrest in doing so. I suppose lack of ambition is a big part of me not doing more research and devolepment.
And how I know that what I want is possible, is because I am a physicist, and I have a very good understanding of physical propertys, and mathematical equations, and this is mainly what these sorts of things consist of. There are certain laws involved that can't be bent, or broken. I'm sorry that I am no authority on teaching, and that it's difficult for me to put it in to words that the average person would understand. It would be possible for me to explain, but it would take a great deal of time longer than what I am willing to spend on this subject. This has already gone way beyond what I originally intended. Besides it is pointless for me to argue this anyway, because time will give the argument for me. Those of you who are into computers, and keep up to date on new technology, will see soon enough that much better compression methods will be created. There are new methods in the works as I speak.
I would suggest that you surf the web and read up on some of the research and development that is currently in progress. I think that you will be surprised with the direction that they are going, and how far along they already are.