Of course, we've always known that the 70s defined awesomeness, but now there is absolute, scientific, irrefutable proof. You see, there is a website called EveryPixel.com that tells you the probability of a particular picture being awesome. So, naturally, I had to try this out on some of our favorite Big Book catalog pics from the 70s. And the results? Well, they were pretty gosh darn awesome!
CAUTION: I must warn you, gentle readers, Please, PLEASE, do NOT use a picture of yourself in the software. Unless you are a model like these fine ladies here, the results are somewhat depressing (trust me, I know!!)
We've looked at group pictures. What about individual shots??
There you have it friends! Solid, concrete, scientific proof of the awesomeness of the 70s. Well at least the Big Book catalog models of the 70s!!
(1) Full disclosure here. I have worked with neural net software in the past and wasn't terribly impressed. They are highly dependent on the data set that is used to "train" them. I have no idea how this software was developed. However, I have noticed that this AI tends to be a bit, well, ahem, sexist??