You probably misunderstood my intention posting those two samples. Let me try to explain once again. First of all I didn't 'complain' about the new CMs (why should I
) and to foreclose I voted this poll 'better but not optimal'. Those two movies just illustrated what the discussion was about so far.
You are probably right that the new CMs are to spot 'instantly'. As said after some training and depending on dusters eyesight but this was not the point. While the type 'tiny standing spot' frequently will be at the limit of the eyesight (maybe a knock-out criterion for some of us!) the new CMs in my opinion generally have obvious analogies
to millions of what we thought were so-called inclusions:
- they only differ in two or three additional bars of focus
- they can only be validated in relation to the surface which is often hard to define and
- they can even fade out at the bottom of the movie.
The sample CMs jsmaje posted are very educational in that context. Those illustrate the difference. But what's with all those real movies that do not have this reference (both types, inclusions and "inclusionlike" tracks) on one movie? My guess is those will charge dusters' event pages inflationary.
My posts were as well meant for an answer to the initial question of that poll: Are the new CMs realistic? My votes would be
1. I don't know (how could I?) and if the scienstists knew it would be a good idea to gain access to detailed information (as much as possible, e.g. high magnification views of the phase I IS candidates)
2. If so they would be very very hard to find.
That's why I wrote in the above post adressed to marymouse: the only conclusion can be to look very carefully on every movie (CM or real)
(That's the opposite of science that comes to you on a platter
, isn't it?
). And the fact that dusters are forced to do so is the reason why I voted 'better than the old ones but
While the old CM type represented a clear and understandable model of the 'carot-shaped track' the corresponding model of the new CMs is hard to imagine and thus to apply on real movies in my opinion.
Obvious Track? (the tiny type)
reviewed from phase I (100 micron), found here
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)