posted on Dec, 5 2009 @ 08:06 PM
This is an interesting thread.
I have always seen particles everywhere I look.
It's as though everything is made up of these tiny specks, and the only reason we don't notice them is because we are distracted by the objects
which are composed of them.
But If I disregard everything I see, I can see them very clearly.
It's as though the whole environment is made up of infinitely small pixels, but contrary to a computer screen, whose pixels are square and ordered in
rows, these appear to be randomly spread out in all directions, and even the pitch darkness seems to be composed of them.
When I was about seven years old, I told a teacher at primary school that I could see air, but she told me to stop being stupid.