posted on Apr, 18 2014 @ 03:16 AM
Take a clear glassed light bulb.
The filament inside, if the statements made that the sun is invisible.
Than, a clear glass bulb would be opaque with solid consistant light all around it, and the Filament inside would not be visable.
As the source of the light, inside the bulb is a heating element (burning nuclear fission if you will), and as lights not visible till it hits...
Well being equally surrounded by the clear glass, would mean that the uniformity based on this theory would cause the filament to be obscured.
It is a very easy concept to test.
As the whole reason for tinted bulbs is to give the light that diffusion that this theory would not account for.
AS to be seen light needs to hit something.
I was really trying not to mock with this, just point out how simply thinking about what he says, makes no sense.
And falls apart the instant any testing of it is done.
edit on 18-4-2014 by benrl because: (no reason given)