Chromoscope – From Radio Waves Through Visible Light to Gamma Rays

by Wes Penre, September 19, 2010. Source material: Chromoscope Website
Published here: Monday, September 19, 2010 @ 6:22 AM

"Invisible light". Click on pic to go to website

If we look at a picture of the Milky Way, or even better — the whole known Universe, we notice something very interesting. We see all these galaxies and stars out there. They seem to be infinite in numbers, and we are in awe about that. Still, not many people look at the blackness and say, “Wow! That’s awesome! There is so much blackness out there!” We have a tendency to focus our attention on visible light, which is the density/dimension we currently live in (the 3rd). Or better put: in the density will live, the very small frequency of what we call “visible light” is all we can perceive. We notice the blackness, but don’t pay as much attention to it as we do the light we can see.

Have you ever thought about that although it’s amazing how many galaxies are out there, most of what we “see” is blackness, or “space”.  Well, you probably have given it a thought every now and then, but have you really pondered what that means? Is space really “nothingness”? Continue reading “Chromoscope – From Radio Waves Through Visible Light to Gamma Rays”