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ASTRONOMY TODAY A single, barely blushing pixel tells of another world that could be like our own – so far away, it’s at the resolution limit of our very best telescopes. nonetheless, it still speaks volumes within this dot. I love the form of the fibonacci in reverse for this particular topic. Its lines diminish […]Read more "ASTRONOMY TODAY"
Parsimonious: stingy or frugal Retinal: relating to the layer of cells at the back of the eyeball that are sensitive to visible light due to absorbing pigments that trigger nerve impulses to the visual cortex of the brain By most estimates, we see less than four hundred thousandths of the electromagnetic spectrum (light), or […]Read more "What We See"