Light without interaction is invisible. Space is full of light. Why is it black? It’s not striking matter. Duh.

Light without interaction is invisible. Space is full of light. Why is it black? It’s not striking matter. Duh.

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It’s still invisible until it strikes something like your eyeball whether you’re on the earth or in space. It’s luminescing matter, whether it is the matter glowing in the sun or the matter in your eye sensors, or the matter of a scientists sensors. It’s still luminescing matter and is invisible when it is not.

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Nerve impulses are very slow Seth.

Speed-of-light woo barely applies to the human body.

Do photons cease to exist when we’re not looking at them? No. They’re still there. Invisible until they interact.

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Light’s invisible until it strikes something. Shall we call it “dark” when it’s passing through a transparent medium? No. It’s still light.

2 meters per second is foot pain. I’m 2 meters tall. It takes a literal second for pain in my foot to hit my brain.

Zombie_Speed

 

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My post. You’re down to still being wrong and nit-picking to try to seem right.

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You don’t have to admit you’re wrong. Some people are incapable and that’s fine.

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