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There is criticism of the graphics in the comments.   What is your opinion of the accuracy of them?


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Well, if they were going to be truly accurate, they'd be accurate and totally useless because of the huge range in scales between each of the entities depicted.


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That makes sense.  You have to simplify enough for clarity.

In grad school I was a research assistant for a cloud modeler.  If we didn’t simplify, I’d still be crunching numbers on punch cards for that NCAR Cray Super computer that is now in the Smithsonian.  

At work I have a huge poster on the wall of my office of the simplified FAA NAS systems.  NAS = National air space.  People read the word simplified and their jaw drops.  I’d hate to see what the complicated diagram might look like.


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