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Re: Light Speed

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on November 30, 1999 10:29:13 UTC

: : If something was traveling towards you at very nearly the speed of light, would you be able to see it?

I think, no.

Sun send light round-ball to it.

Do we see light?

Other example.

In my room is edison-lamp. It send light round of it, to room.

I dont see light.

What i see.

I see hot 'yellow' in the edison-lamp. I see furnitures(chair, etc.) at my room.

I think, that light is see-through-model. Like, ice, water, air.

Then it means, that everything in my room, send some kind of 'information', color-information, to my eyes. But this color-form information cannot see, because my room air dont have light, when edison-lamp is off.

When i see something, it need; - Light - Object. - Eyes. - Brains. - Mind.

Hmm.?.

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