I just wonder what the implications of a camera analogy really are? Is it likely that a camera, like the early American Indians used to say, "capture the soul"? What I mean is that a camera, upon a chemical sheet of special paper (I don't know what the film is called), is an amazing correlation to our ability TO SEE. What "sees" and what is seen? That digital (Hubble telescope) picture of far distance space, and time, is fabulously capable of recording light onto a palette, which shows us something we could never have been able to do otherwise!!
The same ability of seeing is the providence of many creatures, but how could such an ability arise, unless, as the next song below says, "all is meant to be"; and the ability to see is an experience that we now know, can affect what is seen? This blows my mind!!!
Even the other senses are particular and distinctly geared to experience other realities beyond what is visually perceived. I can barely explain my conjecture. We see because there is something to SEE!!
Frankly, I am at a loss of words. Seeing is fantastically phenomenal. We are experiencing true reality!!!! So, a camera is a wonderful mechanical devise that CONFIRMS the reality of what we see.
How, indeed, does that ability affect reality, also? What can be deduced from this paradigm? I can barely come to terms of this condition of sight and the light that we see!!!
Here is Yes, Into the Lens video:
Hubble deep field:
Its all too Much:
Which neither space nor time touches.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 22-Nov-18 16:08 by Itatw70s.