Science and Technology
- Maximal-ratio combining, a form of diversity combining in telecommunications
- Minimum resolvable contrast, a measure associated with imaging devices
- Mixed raster content, a model for image compression
- Molonglo Reference Catalogue of Radio Sources, an astronomical catalogue
- Multiple regression/correlation, a statistical method
- MRC (file format), originally created for storing electron microscopy data
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“Technology is not an image of the world but a way of operating on reality. The nihilism of technology lies not only in the fact that it is the most perfect expression of the will to power ... but also in the fact that it lacks meaning.”
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