Light & Shadows A Way Of Life © 2021 VOL. ISBN 978-976-96768-6-2.mp3


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Light & Shadows A Way Of Life © 2021 VOL. ISBN 978-976-96768-6-2.mp3Because of the copious historical events and facts highlighted it appears that within the precincts of time light is infinite and ethereal. Moreover, between the periods 1672 Isaac Newton advanced corpuscular theory, 1678, Christiaan HuygensFRS advanced wave theory, 1865, James Clerk Maxwell advanced electromagnetic wave theory and 1900 Max Planck advanced quantum theory. Now that I have establish context concerning this conversation as it relates to above explicitly suggest that within the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries it appears that the way of life exhibited by Newton, Huygens Maxwell and Planck seems to suggest that that this nuance activated their intellectual passions and imaginations simultaneously igniting them to the extent that they were inspired to investigate Light. It is also purported by Niranjan that Newton, Huygens Maxwell and Planck theories are some of the most important theories on light. Such reasoning also corroborates why light is not only present in painting and or photography but also deployed as a tool in science. Given the specificity and logistics of light I have accepted the theory that from ancient Greece to the present day, scientists have been studying light to try to penetrate the mysteries of its composition and how to measure it. WORKS CITED

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Gregory Hallock Smith (2006), Camera lenses: from box camera to digital, SPIE Press, p. 4, ISBN 9780819460936


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