posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 02:10 PM
Originally posted by Andre Neves
A laser? Really?
I was always under the impression that light is a naturally occuring phenomena. A laser beam is light, and gives a good example of the way in which
light travels - that is to say, in straight lines, and how it can be refracted to produce all kinds of angles, including those at 90º.
Perhaps I've missed a few thread topics here, but I honestly never
knew that straight lines and 90º angles were considered anomalous in a
natural setting. Stone cold, down to earth geologist that I am, I'm happy to see that the OP has included a picture of pyrite, or "fool's gold".
That's probably one of the best examples of both straight lines and right angles - and it's pyrite, and everybody loves pyrite.
I thought that it was supposed to be perfect circles
that aren't supposed to be found in nature - not geometrical lines!
Seriously, anyone out there who actually believes that straight lines and angles at 90º don't occur naturally needs to take their tin foil hat off
long enough to get their brain checked.
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