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It is taken from the Pink Floyd’s album “The dark side of the moon”.
5) There is no separate orange color in the refracted beam;
The greatest hoax is c. It has a relative velocity.
And the second greatest hoax is space-time. Time is a singularity.
Quote from: Mitko Gorgiev on 21/02/2021 09:47:14It is taken from the Pink Floyd’s album “The dark side of the moon”. Which is not a science book.It's a piece of artwork.
Buy yourself one of thesehttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Handheld-Spectroscope-Light-Emission-Spectroscopy-Spectrum-Physics-Science-Hobby/402663072602?hash=item5dc096e35a:g:f1gAAOSwLitgEUt-and have a look through it, you will be able to see the orange light.
Such a spectroscope have a diffraction grating.
WILL WE COME TO A TRUE SCIENCE THROUGH RANDOM ARTWORKS OR THROUGH PICTURES WHICH MOST GENUINE REPLICATE THE REALITY?
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Please pay attention to what you have already been told, and don't post stuff that is clearly wrong.
Does anybody see an orange color between the yellow and the red?Does anybody see green color?Are the yellow and the red of the same width?Are the violet and the cyan of the same width?
but if we were at a public debate in front of a live audience and presenting the experiments live on the stage
there is also no such thing as wavelengths of colors;
I will beat you so that you will not know through which door you have entered the stage.
I think I already delivered the knockout blow.
This picture is a knockout for the whole science.
There is no separate orange color in the so-called spectrum. I have three prisms and no one gives me a separate orange color.
Here's a clip from that video showing the orange bit.So, are you wrong, or are you wrong?
I'm watching it on a colour monitor; what I see is a pattern of red, green and blue dots. There is no yellow.