No, the fairy tale is that idea that there is "a vanishing point".The human eye is within an order of magnitude or so of being diffraction limited.
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However, at night, just about all the stars we see are "too small" to be seen by that criterion.
If the string was brightly lit you would be able to see it, no matter how far away it was (and even if you don't believe me).
Well I don't believe you because evidence suggests otherwise, you are trying to say that there is no such thing as a vanishing point of an object, this is untrue and provable by using a flash light or any other object. Thank you for confirming what science really is, I wish you all good day and will leave you all to your fairy tales.
Use a brighter flash light and you can see it from further away.
So there's nothing special about the distance- it just depends on how bright the illumination is.
And that's what I have said all along.
On a related note, the image on the screen is always "flat" the vehicles are never 3D so it's clearly impossible for them to change into 2D.
I understand the concept of a vanishing point is related to art and technical drawings, however a ''vanishing point'' is quite clearly also a physical process involving sight and the visual area of an object. "
Is just plain wrong.
You might want to learn some science before making insulting remarks like that- at best you are going to look silly.