Measuring the Ty Drone in pictures kk and ll.

Grabbing the measurements of the Ty drone in both pictures from the farthest point of the "panda" on the left side of the drone in the pictures to the farthest point of the arm along the axis on the right side: in kk we get 441,97 and 1386,366, and in ll we get 805,159 and 1795,407.

We will use the Pythagorean Theorem to triangulate the size of the drone along its long axis by determining the hypotenuse of the resultant triangles.

In kk we then take 1385-441, yielding 944, squaring equals 891,136: we take 366-97, yielding 269, squaring equals 72,361. Adding 891,136 and 72,361 we get 963,497 which we then take the square root to yield the distance along the axis in kk as 981.6 pixels, roughly.

in ll we then take 1795-805, yielding 990, squaring equals 980,100: we take 407-159, yielding 248, squaring equals 61,504.

Adding 980,100 and 61504 we get 1,041,604 which we then take the square root to yield the distance along the axis in ll as 1020.6 pixels, roughly.

1,020.6 pixels - 981.6 pixels, a difference of 39 pixels. Longest length of the axis measured such is 1020 pixels, 39 pixels is roughly 4 percent of that. Clearly this is not the same image replicated in both kk and ll.

Any method which says that these are the same image is clearly faulty.

I think marvin is a problem trying to "Ty" down what he is trying to prove, which I think is that: he is saying that he fails to see that the Ty photographs have a natural setting and placement in that setting. I disagree with him, but I find it interesting that he keeps extending the thread and fails to nail it down. In that his effort lacks understanding of the many components that we have identified for him, that is unfortunate.

And now I think I need a beer.