1.08.2004

Jen Waters' new (unpublished?) masterpiece

Brace yourselves.

From the moment the sun comes up in the morning to the second the moon and stars appear in the night sky, human beings see everything around them because of light, says Anthony Johnson, director of the Center for Advanced Studies in Photonics Research at the University of Maryland at Baltimore County. In fact, every time someone listens to a CD, watches a DVD, buys something at the grocery store or makes a phone call, light is most likely enabling the activity.
I... wow.

Light is most likely enabling the activity.

Human beings can see things because of light, according to this random expert in photonics research.

Why are those presses still running? STOP THEM NOW, DAMMIT!

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