We all know the demonstration, of the theoretical splitting of Light,
in our School General Science syllabus.
Do we really understand what Light is ???
But did you know, what is the Truth, regarding this demonstration ???
If we consider the demonstration....
But did you know, if we open
the Slit we find this ?
Note the Green
(a mixture of Yellow
) has disappeared, and Two sets of colours are Left.
Light between the Two sets of Colours,
split by the Prism!
And if we consider only one edge, of the Slit in the orientation, seen
in the next drawing, we get this!
this Edge (of The Slit) !
And we see.....
We find that Yellow turns to Blue and Red to Violet
If we Invert
the Prism, instead of the Edge, the same Phenomena occurs !
And did you know, it does Not matter, which side of the Slit or Edge is placed,
with regards to the Prism, (Entry or Exit of the Light), the same Phenomena,
still occurs !
No matter what the accepted theory of Light is today,
shown in this thread, still remains
and justifies, New answers, and New understanding...
Are You still convinced, that Light has Wavelength ???
Or is there another more plausible Theory, to Light
yet Not understood.
Or is the Truth being hidden from us, for some reason ???
Try this demonstration yourself, before you make any judgement !
And Complimentary Colours (a colour and its Complimentary colour)
If we mix Black
we get Grey
Note; Black & White are Opposites !
If we Alternate, between Black and White, as in the Case of a rotating Disc,
Rotating slowly, having Half of the disc in Black, and the other half White,
we see Pale Yellow
Perhaps we need to Update our knowledge, regarding Light
and Colour, by revisiting the Old theory and re examine it again....
Or are we going to remain blind, and pretend, by keeping
that Slit narrow and Not investigate, this Phenomena ???
Or are we going to take another 21st Century look
at the Theory of Light again ???
This is just too Important to ignore, as the Theory of Light
underpins most Science today, and our understanding of the Universe!