What is Time?
Natural progression. (real science)
Natural progression is the foundation stone so to speak of the possibility of anything could exist. Without it nothing would exist It is synchronized pivot of the universe.
How to work out the speed of natural progression the first law of our universe.
Diameter of earth is 24,901 miles It takes 23:56 hours to do one spin. The speed per hour is 1000 Miles So natural progression travels at 1000 mph approximately . This could actually be the real speed the universe is traveling away from the center of the void. Whereas the original matter and antimatter was clouds of very hot gas that exploded from the big bang that a spiraled out at the speed of natural progression like a sudden explosion in the center of the void. It was just like smoke as it spiral away forming galaxies
The Light gets bent by gravity myth unraveled
A glorious partial solar eclipse was seen above China early on Sunday, marking the first in a number of various types of eclipse to be experienced across the world in 2019.
I note that we can not see any halo effects on the edge of the inner edge of the bite one would surely expect being the results of the curved effect caused by said gravitation? Strange I don’t know what to make of it.
So I looked for similar events its best to, to formulate an idea what is going on.
This clear picture is well known on the internet it was taken I believe in 2016. Its a fabulous photo shows the bite as being very sharp and gives clear proof there is no sign of a gravity curve effect of light so what is going on?
Could it be the whole theory of visible light being a
Just look at those sharp clear bites.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. You could observe these photos all day long that show many filters and there is no sign
What is Light really and its characteristics
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
Radiation from the Sun, which is more popularly known as sunlight, is a mixture of electromagnetic waves ranging from infrared (IR) to ultraviolet rays (UV).
The full electromagnetic spectrum radiating from our Sun
is included visible light, which is in between IR and UV in the electromagnetic spectrum The full wavelength that radiates out of our Sun. we judge its speed by the central part of a wave that does not carry or makes any energy by its frequency.
That can travel across open space at 186,000 mi/s for approximately 13.5 Billion Miles it distance limitation. All wave frequencies have
Infrared travels at the speed that of visible speed of light But I don’t travel very far once it with an atmosphere, as when we produce its wave frequency we know it only radiates for a mile or so.
I tend to think that ultraviolet frequency travels possibly 1/3 slower than visible light in our atmosphere due to its higher vibrations of which transfers its recordings to make energy equal to the suns ultraviolet energy events. It loses its energy making power at zero C’
I do not think X-Rays from the sun do not travel that far in space and do not reach the earth surface because or Earths Atmosphere the lose all their energy.
Plants need specific colors out of the spectrum red and blue to start Photosynthesis.
Red ~ 700–635 nm ~ 430–480 THz
Blue~ 490–450 nm~ 610–670 THz
Infrared (IR) light is light with lower frequency (higher wavelength) than visible light. IR light has frequencies ranging from 3*1011 to 4*1014 Hz (300 GHz to 400 THz) and wavelengths from 7.5*10-7 m to 10-3 m (750 nm to 1 mm). Infrared light is emitted from all objects at or
Many of these wave frequencies we create for useful things, such as microwave ovens, x-rays in hospitals etc. We do know their dangers and limitation like we know a torch cannot be used to boil a kettle.
I seriously believe that Photons are imaginary but wave frequencies are not that the faster-vibrating frequencies are not in sync with the
Gamma Rays I believe are the slowest wave the leaves the Sun at
184,960 miles per second but can only up several hundred meters though
About 120 Billion miles from our Sun in our solar system they lose volume and start to decay.
Only Radio and Visible Light can travel beyond 120 billion miles away from Sun at a constant 186,282 miles per second in cold space -273 C’ to at distant of approximately 3.5 billion light years. Every thing has a limit. I also think the distance of travel weakens wave volume just like sound waves.
The Radio Wave band is a very interesting frequency band as it can piggyback other wave bands such as sound waves that Tesla had not thought about he was more
This theory is based on experiments of Cannabis growers legally and illegally around this planet. Hospital X-Ray Units world wide and observations proven time after time.
The human eye
Light rays enter the eye through the cornea, the clear front “window” of the eye. The cornea’s refractive power bends the light rays in such a way that they pass freely through the pupil the opening in the
The iris works like a shutter in a camera. It has the ability to enlarge and shrink, depending on how much light is entering the eye.
After passing through the iris, the light rays pass thru the eye’s natural crystalline lens. This clear, flexible structure works like the lens in a camera, shortening and lengthening its width in order to focus light rays properly.
Light rays pass through a dense, transparent gel-like substance, called the vitreous that fills the globe of the eyeball and helps the eye hold its spherical shape.
In a normal eye, the light rays come to a sharp focusing point on the retina. The retina functions much like the film in a camera. It is responsible for capturing all of the light rays, processing them into light impulses through millions of tiny nerve endings, then sending these light impulses through over a million nerve fibers to the optic nerve.
Did you see anything about Photons?
Photons seem to be only used in Physics and called particles of which is what the are really not. It’s just a mythical description of visible light.
The Photon Myth Verses common sense.
History of light.
“The essence of light is white light.
Colors are made up of a mixture
of lightness and darkness.”
Era of Ancient Greece (Aristotle)
The foundation for modern optics field was laid in ancient Greece in research carried out approximately 5th B.C. to 3rd B.C. The three great philosophers of ancient Greece or namely Socrates (469-399 B.C.), Plato (427-347 B.C.), and Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) established the foundations of the disciplines of astronomy, biology, mathematics, politics, and philosophy, etc.
Then Euclid (330-275 B.C.) summarized fundamental knowledge of optics, such as reflection, diffusion and vision, into a book called “Optics”.
These concepts on light established in the age of Ancient Greece rendered a large effect up until the appearance of Newton in the late 17th century.
“Why does the moon appear larger near
the horizon than it does
when higher up in the sky ?”
Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen) 965-1040 (Mathematician, astronomer, physicist, doctor and philosopher from the Islamic world)
Born in the city of Basra in Iraq, Ibn al-Haytham was an active scholar in Basra and Cairo (Egypt). He made an intensive study of Grecian academics and left numerous writings to later generations. In the field of optics also, he left major historic works including the “Book of Optics” that covers experiments and observation on light reflection and refraction through the use of lenses and mirrors. He also authored treatises on reflection from concave mirrors, refraction from glass spheres, visual perception, light from the moon and stars, and the structure of space. His usage of precise theory through the application of mathematical methods and the experimental method served as the driving force for modern science.
“Light is comprised of colored particles.”
Sir Isaac Newton 1643-1727(English physicist, mathematician, and astronomer.)
Newton is credited with three major discoveries one of which was carrying out “Optical research into the spectral decomposition of light.” (The others are “universal gravitation” and “infinitesimal calculus.”) He greatly contributed to the development of the science of optics by collecting technology on lenses, prisms, mirrors, telescopes, microscopes and optical (mirror/lens) polishing. In 1668, he fabricated a reflecting telescope having no chromatic aberrations. In a paper presented in 1672, he announced his “New Theory on Light and Color” in which he proclaimed that “light is a mixture of various colors having different refractivity” rather than “the pure white (sunlight)”proposed by Aristotle, and demonstrated his theory in the famous prism experiment. In 1704, he authored the book “Opticks” where he reveals his “Light Particle Theory.”
Sir Isaac Newton
“Light is a wave.”
Christiaan Huygens, 1629-1695(Dutch mathematician, physicist, and astronomer)
Christiaan Huygens was born in Hague in the Netherlands. His father was a diplomat and politician.
As an astronomer, he discovered Saturn’s satellite Titan, the Saturn’s ring, and the Great Nebula of Orion with a self-fabricated telescope of magnification of 50x. In 1690, he published a paper on light advocating his theory that light is a wave or wavefront. He utilized this theory of light as a wave to explain light reflection and refraction phenomenon. After repeated stormy debates opposing Newton’s light particle theory, Huygens’ theory that light is a wave became the mainstream scientific concept.
“Proof of the wave theory of light”
Thomas Young, 1773-1829(English physicist, classical scholar, and archeologist)
The accomplishments of Young extend to many fields including deciphering text from ancient Egypt, the theory on blood circulation, proposing the second pendulum, introducing Young’s modulus into elasticity, and a multitude of others. In a shift of research from vision (trichromatic color vision and eye adjustment mechanism) to optics, in 1807 he showed that when light coming from a point light source is shined onto two pinholes, interference fringes can be observed on a screen an appropriate distance away (Young’s Experiment) and advocated his theory that light behaves like a wave. In the field of elastic body mechanics, his name still remains as the fundamental constant Young’s Modulus, amongst other achievements he was first to use the term energy and introduced that concept.
“Predicted the existence
of electromagnetic waves”
James Clerk Maxwell, 1831-1879(Scottish theoretical physicist)
This scholar established the field of classical electrodynamics based on the famous Maxwell’s Equations in 1864 that became the foundation for modern electromagnetism. The following four equations known as Maxwell’s Equations have been called the “Jewel of Physics.”
He also theoretically predicted the existence of electromagnetic waves, the fact that electromagnetic waves propagate at the same speed as light, and as horizontal waves. He is further well known for his research on the composition of Saturn’s rings and the Kinetic theory of gases (Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution).
James Clerk Maxwell
“Light is a photon”
Albert Einstein, 1879-1955(German-born theoretical physicist)
Einstein is called the greatest physicist of the 20th century because of three groundbreaking research results announced in 1905 that had a great impact on physics. Those three papers were on the photoelectric effect theory where light is made up of particles called photons, the theory of Brownian motion utilizing the kinetic theory of molecules, and the theory of special relativity. The theory of relativity
What was they all missing?
Well, the way waves actually travel, in our atmosphere for a start and of course how they also travel in a vaccum of space. A photon of light has a frequency of 3.26E15 hertz by theorists.
But our eyes have thousands of receptor nerves at the back of the eyes that act on wavelength stimulus. There is no absorption involved
The eye behaves like a digital camera and puts photos together with a pixel build, at the back of the eye.
Logically the whole wave spectrum vibration wave frequency is passed down a conductive atom path way. A constant transference system, of electrons carrying the vibrations of the 3.26E15 hertz full wave, as a wireless circuit current.
We are talking trillions on trillions of conductive atmospheric atoms involved. In fact, we are looking at the whole of the atmosphere, that is busy with this task. Then we have the surface layers. Anything with more dense, than the elements of the gasses of the atmosphere. It’s so amazing what’s going on all around us in a very much alive universe.
Yes, a great deal has been missed by these famed, scientists of human history. Sensible Logic Physic will change our vision of the Universe.
A simple experiment would show how this Photon theory is not true. One just has to use a beam of light shining through a pane of green glass that can be removed at a speed of 30 MPH. The light is aimed at a white screen in a dark room.
The screen would turn green when the light is turned on. When the green pane is remove the screen will instantly turn white with no delay.
But logic would tell us that the green light should be short delayed as the green light would still be travelling to the screen as a green colored photon
Why such an experiment is needed is that the physicist theorist have been disagreeing with the Biologist scientist facts of how the eyes really work.
How the Human Eye Works.
By Ker Than, Contributing Writer | May 5, 2016 12:48p https://www.livescience.com/904-eye-transmits-brain-ethernet-speed m ET
The human eye belongs to a general group of eyes found in nature called “camera-type eyes.” Just as a camera lens focuses light onto film, a structure in the eye called the cornea focuses light onto a light-sensitive membrane called the retina.
Structure of the eye
The cornea is a transparent structure found in the very front of the eye that helps to focus incoming light. Situated behind the pupil is a colorless, transparent structure called the crystalline lens. A clear fluid called the aqueous humor fills the space between the cornea and the iris.
“The cornea focuses most of the light, then it passes through the lens, which continues to focus the light,” explained Dr. Mark Fromer, an ophthalmologist and retina specialist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. [The 7 Biggest Mysteries of the Human Body]
Behind the cornea is a colored, ring-shaped membrane called the iris. The iris has an adjustable circular opening called the pupil, which can expand or contract to control the amount of light entering the eye, Fromer said.
Ciliary muscles surround the lens. The muscles hold the lens in place but they also play an important role in vision. When the muscles relax, they pull on and flatten the lens, allowing the eye to see objects that are far away. To see closer objects clearly, the ciliary muscle must contract in order to thicken the lens.
The interior chamber of the eyeball is filled with a jelly-like tissue called the vitreous humor. After passing through the lens, light must travel through this humor before striking the sensitive layer of cells called the retina.
Former, explained that the retina is the innermost of three tissue layers that make up the eye. The outermost layer, called the sclera, is what gives most of the eyeball its white color. The cornea is also a part of the outer layer.
The middle layer between the retina and sclera is called the choroid. The choroid contains blood vessels that supply the retina with nutrients and oxygen and remove its waste products.
Embedded in the retina are millions of light sensitive cells, which come in two main varieties: rods and cones.
Rods are used for monochrome vision in poor light, while cones are used for
When light strikes either the rods or the cones of the retina, it’s converted into an electric signal that is relayed to the brain via the optic nerve. The brain then translates the electrical signals into the images a person sees, Fromer said.
Whereas the Physicist think photon bounce before are absorb by the eye