posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 10:13 AM
Originally posted by phroziac
Originally posted by MountainLaurel
I remember reading about an experiment that showed that some sort of "matter" seemed to react and know it was being observed....seemingly this
"matter" was "aware"
I hear that light only travels in particles if its to be observed, in waves if it wont be observed. but if we look at a star at night thats 100 light
years away, that light left the star 100 years ago so what the hell?
How can light travel in particles?
Light travels in waves and even matter is just made up of waves at different frequencies and we see them as
solid. Everything in the universe are waves.