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Quote from: Thebox on 17/02/2016 21:59:08 you can observe clear light a length away between objects, vision is direct and faster than light.Wrong, no action of any kind can exceed the speed of light.
you can observe clear light a length away between objects, vision is direct and faster than light.
This is cool! The idea of seeing because there is no light! WOW! I noticed after reading this discussion that most of the responses describe how light travels to the eye of the observer but I think your initial diagrams try to convey "the big picture" and the discussion should be about seeing what is there in the light and in the dark. With all in interest in dark matter and energy this is in my opinion pertinent. If I look through a telescope and see a shadow there must be light behind the shadow and then what could be that light? I learn something about the shadow and the light source behind it, two birds with one stone if you will. Could this be a classic EPR paradox? Mr. Box my world just got a bit larger. TY.
Why do we observe a photons at point B then that has not even entered our eyes?
Quote from: Thebox on 18/02/2016 07:41:21Why do we observe a photons at point B then that has not even entered our eyes?We don't.You need to do a lot more thinking before you realise why this is so, and why the light (photons) from the sun do not miss earth.However, I'm not convinced input from me will help you, you need to discover it yourself.Just a hint. Bullet from a gun at a moving target, curved path, whose viewpoint?