What are the light dots we see in the sky?

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Rory J Delany

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What are the light dots we see in the sky?
« on: 29/01/2010 10:30:02 »
Rory J Delany  asked the Naked Scientists:
     First thank you for what you do, I listen to you on the N.S. on BBC podcast and often thing that your co host could complement you more often, specially when you give a passionate, long detailed answer.  A little pause with a comment on the answer would be nice and it would give the feeling of camaraderie; for when he just fires of another
question at you it brings with it the feeling that you are a kind of automat; and that some how gives a, not good feel, to the wonderful thing you do.

That said now the reason for my writing: A few weeks ago you spoke about the little dots of light one can see when looking up at a blue sky, the eyes have to gaze a little though you I think said they have tails I have never noticed any tails. Now my question? Are you familiar with the writings of "William Reich" a German analyst from the early days in Vienna.  Anyway he called the bouncing light dots ORGON energy. and wrote quite a bit about it. I have read all his works and have been greatly influenced by him, but I am a lay person and never was able to ask anyone who might know about the orgon energy. I have even made and used an accumulator and a blanket.

I would be very interested in any light you could shed on this.

So really what I am asking about is those little light dots that seem to bounce around in the sky or are even easier seen over water. After he first saw them he looked for them in the lab, and said he was able to magnify them under the microscope?

Thank You For giving me this opportunity.

Rory Delany

What do you think?
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What are the light dots we see in the sky?
« Reply #1 on: 04/02/2010 15:48:19 »
I think what you are seeing is "floaters" in the vitreous humor in the eye. Look it up on the web to see if this conforms to what you see.