Yesterday, I was on my way to Twilight's library to assist her with some experiments. On the way over there, I made an INCREDIBLE discovery.
FACT: Grass is green.
Fact: If you think about it, Grass is every color, but green. Why? Because when you abosrb something, you take it in, and grass takes in every color but green.
The problem with the above fact, that people will argue: is that when you take white light and send it through a prisim you get all the colors of the rainbow... so people will argue that white light is the combination of all the colors. However, if you think about it, white light is the reflection of all the colors, at the same time, thus whatever reflects and we see as white, is in fact a void of all colors, while black is the combination of all colors. Take the following into consideration:
If you take a blue and a red filter, and place one ontop of the other, then place it in front of white light, you will get purple, which is a darker color than the red and blue filters if they were used seperately. Purple and green don't mix very well, so if you add a green filter on top of the other two, you will get a very dim light. You'll still be able to see it, as some of the light still manages to pass through the filters (they aren't perfect), but not a whole lot. Thus using three filters sort of produces a Black color.
Light isn't as constant as the world believes it is. it moves at a constant speed because the photon fights against friction, due to small particles in space, and on every planet. If you were to put light into a perfect vacuum (black hole), or into an area of space with less particle, the photon will speed up now that it faces less friction.
Space isn't a perfect vacuum, if it was, it would be void of all particles. A black whole is a perfect vacuum.
There is a begining to every cycle. Which came first: the chicken or the egg? The egg because dinosaurs laid them long before the chicken even existed. Dinosaur or the egg? Based on knowledge that some fish species (not all) lays eggs, one can assume that ancient aquatic life did as well; which means the egg came before the dinosaur. Ancient Aquatic life, or the egg? Ancient Aquatic life, as the first organism is believed to have formed inside water, and was a single-cell organism that reproduced asexually. This means we can trace our roots, all the way back to the very first single-cell oragnism.
the phrase: "energy can neither be created, nor destroyed" is a lie. How did it come into existance in the first place? however, what ever created energy has long since gone, or is still producing mass amounts of energy and we just don't know it. But everything we know about the universe says that there is nothing powerful enough to destroy it, except maybe for a black hole as we do not know what goes on at it's center. On this note, energy will forever be infinite with the technology we have, which means we can live for how ever long we want. However, everything must come to an end eventually, including our lives.