Can a moment in time be analyzed by a lab?
- JohnLv 71 month ago
Too late. Too late. Too late. Rats, too late again......
- hoarsemanLv 71 month ago
At the moment , I think lab equipment is limited to only "smidgens of time"
- Tic-Tac-ToeLv 71 month ago
Of course, it can. Anything can be analyzed. But the results may be different.
- CarolOklaNolaLv 71 month ago
In what confext?
No, but it can be analyzed by humans in a laboratory if data has been recorded or observed at that specific moment or moments of time. FA satellite image may cover a range of time. A specific pixel in that satellite image was not recorded instantaneously. The image analyst does not have to be in a lab, but has to have access to the technology to do the analysis, and tha ability to do field truthing, which will not be at the same time as the incident. That is why the strength of tornadoes hurricanes/typhoons/cyclones and earthquakes are often revised after the initial values are estimated.Sarcastic bait and fish trick questions can be considered to be spam, not knowledge seeking. I do have a sense of humor. Does "lab" mean "laboratory" or a dog, a Labrador retriever?
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- Anonymous1 month ago
heheh...of course not : may be a moment of time ^_-