We are all blind – Well, sort of

That’s right folks in the grand scheme of things we are blind as bats (even though bats aren’t blind but for the sake of a good story, you are).

The human eye sees only 0.0035% of the light spectrum, that means we are missing out on a whole heap in this universe of ours thanks to our eyes. Well not entirely, thanks to advancements in technology and scientific cameras we can see all sorts that our biological eyes can’t like Ultraviolet, Infrared and more.

If you want to see how this affects something when you look at it check out this NASA video looking at the sun in different wavelengths.


Stay Curious – C.Costigan

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