isn't a semblance of "science" better than nothing?
No, because science must be unbiased. We can't teach marine life's purpose in nature, or how they have families and children, just like you and me, while pointing at a whale in captivity. That is a confusing lesson for children and adults.
I see two upset people say they don't capture whales anymore and they love them. Straightforward and confusing, unless they want to scare people away from Seaworld.
Whale tours are just as accessible as Seaworld, they are just not promoted and advertised. I agree it's not as entertaining for many children, but that's kind of the point. Kids are living in a constant Seaworld today, and you may be surprised how entertaining nature will be for the kids. After their initial whining, they will discover a new world, and may not whine so much in the future. Seaworld will only get kids addicted to instant gradification and convenience. I'm not a fan of cruise ships and malls and fast food either.
I don't think they are helping to get customers as much as spreading confusion about what they do.
without cruelty and without the mickey mouse stuff. Where whales live and their importance in nature cannot be taught at Seaworld. What is left to teach? Go on a whale tour and then go to a theme camp that doesn't cage whales. There is so much entertainment and education to choose from that is humane.
They are contracted out, so the police departments have no choice in brands. I would like to know when the contracts expire. GoPro quality is better, but I don't know if that is an issue for documenting justice.
Editing IMAX video is costly and time consuming. I think the 444 video codec will definitely make it easier. A lens is just a lens, but the workings around the lens is where the money will be saved.
Software and video editing and transmitting patents and mounting patents. Only 1% of all videos taken with sales like gopro means huge growth potential in the camera and film industry. Remember, GoPro's patents have prevented competition. They have been trying full-force since 2011. You can't make a Gopro-equivalent camera legally.
You are right. GoPro has reinvented the camera, but the technology is owned by GoPro (444 video codec, etc.) and the technology is brand new. Half of all sales were made to households using it as their family video camera. So, grab a cleenex instead of a tissue, a coke instead of a soda, and a gopro instead of a camera.
GoPro has never brought up drones or police cams. What I like is half of GoPro buyers are households using it for family videos. Everyone buys GoPro.
The squeeze was tremendous. People were just guessing, and I saw one person that guessed a $53 close. Your fear mongering is obvious.
I think this is the first leg of a continued run. This stock jumped to $65 last earnings right report before the downward guidance and coo leaving ruined it.