posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 08:03 PM
It is amazing for them to be able to "feel" these images but at the same time they are not missing on a lot when it comes to the comprehension of the
Universe by not being able to "see" them.
The magic of it all is not seeing the hubble deep field, microwave bacground or a star 45 light years away but understanding what it implies.
To know that the planck unit at 10-35 meters exist even though I will never be able to see it is already more than enough to put me at awe when
thinking of the Universe. Same goes for the BHoles, Neutrino or whatever else phenomena I will never be able to look at directly.
Most people that look at a picture of nebulae, supernovae or galaxies still are completely clueless on what it truly means in the grand scale of
edit on 82014Saturdaypm131Sat, 11 Jan 2014 20:05:51 -0600America/Chicagov05 by Golantrevize because: (no reason given)