Cymbrelynn -- i tried to find you the article and maybe the video as well but i've had no luck.
Thankyou, but actaully i do not have any brains
but i realized when you really love something and work hard at it, your works pays off (as we all know) or i guess i am gentically programmed to love science seeing as my dad loves it too.
Astronmy and Biology (only the biology that deals with humans though) - i hope to become a doctor and then when i again enough experience become part scientist to find cures (hopefully not cancer, because i hope by the time i am in uni there's a cure already or even earlier) but i am torn because a deep part of me wants to work for NASA (like really wants to. i visit the NASA website all the time), but i realize i love to help people more so doctor it is then.
And i agree with you. the more we know about the universe the interesting it becomes. I think it's interesting either way though. But i love knowing the little things that are so significant to the universe. Such as stars and their life span and what they are made of and what kind of stars there are and blackholes...absolutely wonderous.
one of the things that interest me about the universe is gravity. My brother was telling me how Einstein (i am pretty sure) came up with it. The whole, "the apple falls from a tree and lands on the ground. Why?".
Goodnight Elizabeth wrote:
It is a fact. It is something that each of us can test. Turn off all the lights in an already darkened room then look around and describe what colors you see. You won't see any colors; you will only see black/darkness. The absence of light is dark. Vice versa. Notice how bright & white everything is when the light is fully on. That's because the objects are reflecting light. Another example is twilight.
It is my favorite time of day because we have a balance between light and dark. The colors seem richer, fuller then. It's because the sun is going down and letting the dark in.
That doesn't make sense though, well to me it doesn't. I know light affects how light or dark something is. The more light, the more brighter the room is.
But what is confusing is that theory or fact or whatever, does it apply to real colours, like my headboard for instance, it's brown, i know in the dark it's dim and looks darker but that's because of the lack of light, and now the room is bright and it looks normal. Can you explain please, hopefully i am not confusing you?