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Old 01-17-2013, 07:50 AM
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yeah you got it:

you focus the sun with a magnifying glass you get a small spot and all the rest dark

you focus the sun through the lens of the camera and it doesnt concentrate in a spot but reveal the sun,make a picture of the sun

both cases in focus, when looking at it spot when not looking circle, particle- wave depending if theres observer or not
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:21 AM
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yeah you got it:

you focus the sun with a magnifying glass you get a small spot and all the rest dark

you focus the sun through the lens of the camera and it doesnt concentrate in a spot but reveal the sun,make a picture of the sun

mmmm noooo, the hotspot is brighter by far than the surrounding ambient light


focus the sun into a camera and you'll make a flare out on the film stock and possibly (actually, will) damage your sight if using the viewfinder
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I wonder what would happen if we just agreed with him?
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Old 01-17-2013, 04:42 PM
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well honestly i was unsecured of my concept but some net info:

The importance of focal length

The choice of a lens’s focal length can be an important criterion when composing an image. But what exactly is the focal length of a lens?
In technical terms, this refers to the distance between the rear nodal point of the lens and the focal plane, meaning the plane where subjects at infinity come into focus. In practical terms, and using the example with the magnifying glass mentioned above, the focal length of the magnifying glass would be the distance between the magnifying glass itself and the piece of paper when the image of the sun (the little patch of light) is smallest.



and yes you can take a picture of the sun with the right settings:



here the concept of focal lenght:





so well its a fact lights waves when you dont look and particles when you look

and i found a way to prove it

burning a paper with a lens, lights a particle and lens make all light from the sun in a single spot

lens with a box so the observer cant see, lights a wave and the same lens now makes the sun from the sun spread

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Old 01-17-2013, 06:33 PM
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C'mon Raaaid, at least make an effort to think.
Acquire a thorough understanding of the subject matter before going off on a tangent.
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:53 PM
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i researched and learnt and this explains it all:



you just cant expect to disprove a point by saying learn, i studied a lot of projection and i excel at it:

as a matter of fact there are mixed confused projections all over concerning this

not that im a genious and im the 1st to find about this but if the observer has will over reality do you reallly think "they" would tell you?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young's...nce_experiment

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plz can someone clear my confusion?

if i LOOK at the projection of the two lasers which are distance apart PROJECTED at right focus they make ONE SINGLE SPOT

if i take a picture in a dark box with a photosensible surface it will take a picture of TWO SPOTS, for it will take a perfect picture and the lasers are distance apart:



hey anybody im trying to learn

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Old 01-18-2013, 01:38 AM
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Raid, (your sunset shot) is not the sun focused into the camera, as you were suggesting. What you show there, is a sunset
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Old 01-18-2013, 06:59 AM
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here raaid, only for you

http://gamelab.mit.edu/games/a-slower-speed-of-light/
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