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Re: What We Really See?

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Posted by Seeker. on March 2, 2000 20:34:44 UTC

: : What we really see, when we look space?

: : Do we see light?

: : We see light-source, sun, reflect-moon, etc.

: : But light itself?

: : Do we see light?

: "seeing" is a physiological sensation. We can detect light in many different ways. But quantum theory says "If you can't measure it, then I can't answer it."

I ask, do we see it?

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