Light is Weird — on nature’s reality **Unveiling Quantum Mysteries: The Double-Slit Experiment and the Photoelectric Effect** Delving into the quantum realm unveils a tapestry of mysteries that challenge our understanding of reality. Among these enigmatic phenomena are the double-slit experiment and the photoelectric effect, both pivotal in shaping the foundations of quantum mechanics. Let’s explore these fascinating concepts and their … Read more

The Penrose unilluminable room

In the realm of optical illusions and mind-bending visual phenomena, few concepts captivate the imagination quite like the Penrose Unilluminable Room. Named after the renowned mathematician and physicist Sir Roger Penrose, this intriguing concept challenges our perception of space, depth, and reality. Join us on a journey as we explore the mysteries of the Penrose … Read more

When you zoom-in on an “empty” Horizon, see what actually appears — Personally-obtainable direct evidence powerfully opens minds; whilst, in fact, abiding prevalent requires tolerating the greatest number of most severe anomalies

Interesting that it is always “sea level” and never “sea curve”.     Zooming in on the horizon refers to using a camera or visual observation to focus on distant objects or landscapes, particularly those located at or near the horizon line. This action can reveal details and features that may not be visible … Read more

Moon temperature, Astronomy, Spectroscopy, and the Giant Mirror of Birr

…interesting if you believe the Jesuit-theorized cosmos’ moon… PDF — Giant mirror of Birr Philip S Callahan Applied Optics 5 Optical Society America   CGPT — The “Giant Mirror of Birr” refers to the Leviathan of Parsonstown, which was a groundbreaking astronomical telescope built in the mid-19th century at Birr Castle, in Birr, County Offaly, … Read more