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Join Date: Dec 1999
Location: Stop making curved screens
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The facts so clearly speak for themselves it's not even funny.
* Virtually no one has actually experienced and burn in here in the past 2 years or more.
* The few instances have been extreme cases and it's not clear anyone suffered irreparable damage.
* The brightness-decline curves for all plasmas are logarithmic, so it's actually far more likely burn in would occur earlier rather than later.
If someone has a serious screw-up where they do burn something in over a weekend or something, they can undo the damage by inverting the burned-in screen, either via the plasma, or with the help of a computer.
The incontrivertible fact is that the "problem" is just not that common. The corollary is that "solutions" to the problem are not really all the valuable or important.
And you may ask yourself well how did I get here?
And you may ask yourself am I right? Am I wrong?
And you may say to yourself: What have I done?!
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Once you let the trolls run the bridge, you have a bridge run by trolls. I'll be back.