Technology sees better than your eyes. There's scientific literature on this iirc. If true, it's the end of the discussion.
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He posted the rules ffs. Do you need us to send you an autographed copy as well?
It tracks the ball. Using the real data, it can form a prediction of what the ball will do after it hits the pad. Not that it matters when you refer to the rules outlined before.
And yes it most certainly can. UDRS has hundreds, if not thousands, of data points plotted to know how the ball has already moved, meaning it can plot the rest of the trend reasonably accurately. The human eye gets less than a second to process everything it sees, and no replays.
And I have spoken to one highly regarded international umpire who says it is most difficult to judge the amount of swing and spin on certain tracks.. So he obviously DID consider it and no one from the ICC thought it fit to tell him that the laws don't say that. This is like the chucking law, isn't it? Where it states only about straigthtening the elbow but the ICC then said you could always bowl with a bent arm straightened...
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