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Is this true, there are no green stars?

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Take a blowtorch (figuratively!) and heat up an iron bar. After a moment it will glow red, then orange, then bluish-white. Then itíll melt. Better use a pot holder.

Why does it glow? Any matter above the temperature of absolute zero (about -273 Celsius) will emit light. The amount of light it gives off, and more importantly the wavelength of that light, depends on the temperature. The warmer the object, the shorter the wavelength.

Cold objects emit radio waves. Extremely hot objects emit ultraviolet light, or X-rays. At a very narrow of temperatures, hot objects will emit visible light (wavelengths from roughly 300 nanometers to about 700 nm).

Mind you ó and this is critical in a minute ó the objects donít emit a single wavelength of light. Instead, they emit photons in a range of wavelengths. If you were to use some sort of detector that is sensitive to the wavelengths of light emitted by an object, and then plotted the number of them versus wavelength, you get a lopsided plot called a blackbody curve (the reason behind that name isnít important here, but you can look it up if you care ó just set your SafeSearch Filtering to "on". Trust me here). Itís a bit like a bell curve, but it cuts off sharply at shorter wavelengths, and tails off at longer ones.
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Is this true, there are no green stars?

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Take a blowtorch (figuratively!) and heat up an iron bar. After a moment it will glow red, then orange, then bluish-white. Then itíll melt. Better use a pot holder.

Why does it glow? Any matter above the temperature of absolute zero (about -273 Celsius) will emit light. The amount of light it gives off, and more importantly the wavelength of that light, depends on the temperature. The warmer the object, the shorter the wavelength.

Cold objects emit radio waves. Extremely hot objects emit ultraviolet light, or X-rays. At a very narrow of temperatures, hot objects will emit visible light (wavelengths from roughly 300 nanometers to about 700 nm).

Mind you ó and this is critical in a minute ó the objects donít emit a single wavelength of light. Instead, they emit photons in a range of wavelengths. If you were to use some sort of detector that is sensitive to the wavelengths of light emitted by an object, and then plotted the number of them versus wavelength, you get a lopsided plot called a blackbody curve (the reason behind that name isnít important here, but you can look it up if you care ó just set your SafeSearch Filtering to "on". Trust me here). Itís a bit like a bell curve, but it cuts off sharply at shorter wavelengths, and tails off at longer ones.

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Look up Cyrius the dog star, spelling might be off; say it pulsates in 3 different colors. Red, Blue, Green if I'm not mistaken.
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So pure light is white? Or can it only be generated by pure darkness?
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
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Look up Cyrius the dog star, spelling might be off; say it pulsates in 3 different colors. Red, Blue, Green if I'm not mistaken.
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There are green objects in space, and some stars do appear green.

Says that at the end. I liked this part too.

So the only way to see a star as being green is for it to be only emitting green light. But as you can see from the graph above, thatís pretty much impossible. Any star emitting mostly green will be putting out lots of red and blue as well, making the star look white. Changing the starís temperature will make it look orange, or yellow, or red, or blue, but you just canít get green. Our eyes simply wonít see it that way.
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So pure light is white? Or can it only be generated by pure darkness?
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
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Light and sound are the same, energy in motion. Sound is the vibration of particles in a medium. Light is vibration of particles in space.

Light is an expression of energy. What is the difference between a light bulb and a radio antenna? Nothing. The both emit light, just at different frequency. When light interacts with mass it's frequency is changed.

White is the mixture of all the colors in the visible human light spectrum.
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So pure light is white? Or can it only be generated by pure darkness?
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
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Light and sound are the same, energy in motion. Sound is the vibration of particles in a medium. Light is vibration of particles in space.

Light is an expression of energy. What is the difference between a light bulb and a radio antenna? Nothing. The both emit light, just at different frequency. When light interacts with mass it's frequency is changed.

White is the mixture of all the colors in the visible human light spectrum.
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I understand. But, I'm looking at light at the quantum level. So, it is a little different in my thoughts. Basically, you are describing the reflective/refractive properties of light. What is light before it 'hits' anything?
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Look up Cyrius the dog star, spelling might be off; say it pulsates in 3 different colors. Red, Blue, Green if I'm not mistaken.
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There are green objects in space, and some stars do appear green.

Says that at the end. I liked this part too.

So the only way to see a star as being green is for it to be only emitting green light. But as you can see from the graph above, thatís pretty much impossible. Any star emitting mostly green will be putting out lots of red and blue as well, making the star look white. Changing the starís temperature will make it look orange, or yellow, or red, or blue, but you just canít get green. Our eyes simply wonít see it that way.
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The different color depends on the element that released it and related to amount of energy. A blue flame is hotter than a red flame. Have you ever seen a green flame? Green is the center of the light spectrum (visible human).
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So pure light is white? Or can it only be generated by pure darkness?
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
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Light and sound are the same, energy in motion. Sound is the vibration of particles in a medium. Light is vibration of particles in space.

Light is an expression of energy. What is the difference between a light bulb and a radio antenna? Nothing. The both emit light, just at different frequency. When light interacts with mass it's frequency is changed.

White is the mixture of all the colors in the visible human light spectrum.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


I understand. But, I'm looking at light at the quantum level. So, it is a little different in my thoughts. Basically, you are describing the reflective/refractive properties of light. What is light before it 'hits' anything?
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Light is energy. The energy must come from somewhere. All mass is energy. So maybe it is easy to say light is produced from interacting particles... particles in motion.

What about virtual particles. Two particles and be pulled from the nothing of space... because energy is everywhere. There is not absolute zero in space. There is always "heat" (light) there.
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Light/energy = god^2
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Somebody hit me with that Tesla pic and quit about understanding the universe and frequency.
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So pure light is white? Or can it only be generated by pure darkness?
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Light and sound are the same, energy in motion. Sound is the vibration of particles in a medium. Light is vibration of particles in space.

Light is an expression of energy. What is the difference between a light bulb and a radio antenna? Nothing. The both emit light, just at different frequency. When light interacts with mass it's frequency is changed.

White is the mixture of all the colors in the visible human light spectrum.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


I understand. But, I'm looking at light at the quantum level. So, it is a little different in my thoughts. Basically, you are describing the reflective/refractive properties of light. What is light before it 'hits' anything?
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Invisible :-)
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
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Light and sound are the same, energy in motion. Sound is the vibration of particles in a medium. Light is vibration of particles in space.

Light is an expression of energy. What is the difference between a light bulb and a radio antenna? Nothing. The both emit light, just at different frequency. When light interacts with mass it's frequency is changed.

White is the mixture of all the colors in the visible human light spectrum.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


I understand. But, I'm looking at light at the quantum level. So, it is a little different in my thoughts. Basically, you are describing the reflective/refractive properties of light. What is light before it 'hits' anything?
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Invisible :-)
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Not invisible... perception. Which should lead to the next question. What is time. The perception of particles moving through space.

There is only energy in the universe. Everything we perceive is different aspects one one thing.
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Look up Cyrius the dog star, spelling might be off; say it pulsates in 3 different colors. Red, Blue, Green if I'm not mistaken.
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There are green objects in space, and some stars do appear green.

Says that at the end. I liked this part too.

So the only way to see a star as being green is for it to be only emitting green light. But as you can see from the graph above, thatís pretty much impossible. Any star emitting mostly green will be putting out lots of red and blue as well, making the star look white. Changing the starís temperature will make it look orange, or yellow, or red, or blue, but you just canít get green. Our eyes simply wonít see it that way.
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The different color depends on the element that released it and related to amount of energy. A blue flame is hotter than a red flame. Have you ever seen a green flame? Green is the center of the light spectrum (visible human).
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Green would be the axis mundi? The heart chakra is green...
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So pure light is white? Or can it only be generated by pure darkness?
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Light is invisible.

um, shit, lol.

Working on that, Hilos.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


light like sound is a spectrum, dependant on perspective and awareness to sense what is there.

Dark is potential and that yet unseen. Light is that which is seen as directly intercessionary.
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Green Flames
Green Flames Using Copper Sulfate


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Light and sound are the same, energy in motion. Sound is the vibration of particles in a medium. Light is vibration of particles in space.

Light is an expression of energy. What is the difference between a light bulb and a radio antenna? Nothing. The both emit light, just at different frequency. When light interacts with mass it's frequency is changed.

White is the mixture of all the colors in the visible human light spectrum.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


I understand. But, I'm looking at light at the quantum level. So, it is a little different in my thoughts. Basically, you are describing the reflective/refractive properties of light. What is light before it 'hits' anything?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Invisible :-)
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Not invisible... perception. Which should lead to the next question. What is time. The perception of particles moving through space.

There is only energy in the universe. Everything we perceive is different aspects one one thing.
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The atlantean stone? Not larimar(blue stone), but that, crap, oh tuaoi stone(fire stone). That fire stone reminds me of that expiranment (phonics spelling lol) where they took a seed inside the circular stones, like stonehenge design, and magnetized it to bring it back to the original seed. Hence, immortal Keanu lol
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Light/energy = god^2
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There technically is no god, solely footprints in the sand(conciousness).

Paradox is essential.
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Look up Cyrius the dog star, spelling might be off; say it pulsates in 3 different colors. Red, Blue, Green if I'm not mistaken.
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There are green objects in space, and some stars do appear green.

Says that at the end. I liked this part too.

So the only way to see a star as being green is for it to be only emitting green light. But as you can see from the graph above, thatís pretty much impossible. Any star emitting mostly green will be putting out lots of red and blue as well, making the star look white. Changing the starís temperature will make it look orange, or yellow, or red, or blue, but you just canít get green. Our eyes simply wonít see it that way.
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The different color depends on the element that released it and related to amount of energy. A blue flame is hotter than a red flame. Have you ever seen a green flame? Green is the center of the light spectrum (visible human).
 Quoting: Metatron Phi

Green would be the axis mundi? The heart chakra is green...
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For humans on earth, yes.
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Look up Cyrius the dog star, spelling might be off; say it pulsates in 3 different colors. Red, Blue, Green if I'm not mistaken.
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There are green objects in space, and some stars do appear green.

Says that at the end. I liked this part too.

So the only way to see a star as being green is for it to be only emitting green light. But as you can see from the graph above, thatís pretty much impossible. Any star emitting mostly green will be putting out lots of red and blue as well, making the star look white. Changing the starís temperature will make it look orange, or yellow, or red, or blue, but you just canít get green. Our eyes simply wonít see it that way.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


The different color depends on the element that released it and related to amount of energy. A blue flame is hotter than a red flame. Have you ever seen a green flame? Green is the center of the light spectrum (visible human).
 Quoting: Metatron Phi

Green would be the axis mundi? The heart chakra is green...
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Thats the color stone that was chosen at white medicine clouds ceremony...idk made me just think of it. I forget why they choose color stones though...
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Green Flames
Green Flames Using Copper Sulfate


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R,O,Y G B,P,V

Heart Chakra yes.

:RiseUP:

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Copper is also associated with Venus
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Light/energy = god^2
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There technically is no god, solely footprints in the sand(conciousness).

Paradox is essential.
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If we had to put a term with it... The universe IS god. The reason is the question.

What is entrope?

I like to think of it as intent in energy to learn about itself.

Does not mean it has to be this way. It could be everything in our "universe" is running in a background app on a cell phone in another universe.

Like a snake eating its own tail there is no beginning or end.
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Thats the color stone that was chosen at white medicine clouds ceremony...idk made me just think of it. I forget why they choose color stones though...
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Maybe because lightning is associated with electricity.

Huh, I didn't know they did that. I wonder what the other buffalo colors were and the meanings.
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Green Flames
Green Flames Using Copper Sulfate


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R,O,Y G B,P,V

Heart Chakra yes.

RiseUP

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Copper is also associated with Venus
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I wonder why wiki chose to utilize the phrase 'dominated by'?

People often do not consider the type of effects their words may inadvertently trigger in others.

Why not utilize the word 'companion of'?

See how it changes?


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What if God is Blue?

hmm




Osiris is fabled to be Green.

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hf
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abduct

hf
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That was fast, love...

tounge

Yellow



Green remembered it use to be blue...


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Light/energy = god^2
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


There technically is no god, solely footprints in the sand(conciousness).

Paradox is essential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


If we had to put a term with it... The universe IS god. The reason is the question.

What is entrope?

I like to think of it as intent in energy to learn about itself.

Does not mean it has to be this way. It could be everything in our "universe" is running in a background app on a cell phone in another universe.

Like a snake eating its own tail there is no beginning or end.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


Let me be succinct. The universe(s) are consensus from a radiant point. As conciousness is all potential.
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Light/energy = god^2
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There technically is no god, solely footprints in the sand(conciousness).

Paradox is essential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


If we had to put a term with it... The universe IS god. The reason is the question.

What is entrope?

I like to think of it as intent in energy to learn about itself.

Does not mean it has to be this way. It could be everything in our "universe" is running in a background app on a cell phone in another universe.

Like a snake eating its own tail there is no beginning or end.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


Let me be succinct. The universe(s) are consensus from a radiant point. As conciousness is all potential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


It precludes the point of direct observation or relation.

The only god(s) we know are quite dead and ask such as worship.
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I wonder why wiki chose to utilize the phrase 'dominated by'?

People often do not consider the type of effects their words may inadvertently trigger in others.

Why not utilize the word 'companion of'?

See how it changes?


9/18/12
What if God is Blue?

hmm




Osiris is fabled to be Green.

thefool


hf
 Quoting: Seer777


abduct

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


That was fast, love...

tounge

Yellow



Green remembered it use to be blue...


ColorWave
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 Quoting: Seer777


lovely
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My guess is Shamir and second is isotopically pure copper.

The Testament of Solomon, a work written in Greek, probably in the early third century of the present era,4 refers to Shamir as a ďgreen stone.Ē But how could a greenish stone cut the hardest of diamonds with its glance?



Again: The Super conductor
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There technically is no god, solely footprints in the sand(conciousness).

Paradox is essential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


If we had to put a term with it... The universe IS god. The reason is the question.

What is entrope?

I like to think of it as intent in energy to learn about itself.

Does not mean it has to be this way. It could be everything in our "universe" is running in a background app on a cell phone in another universe.

Like a snake eating its own tail there is no beginning or end.
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


Let me be succinct. The universe(s) are consensus from a radiant point. As conciousness is all potential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


It precludes the point of direct observation or relation.

The only god(s) we know are quite dead and ask such as worship.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


I don't subscribe to those gods. If anything we are all god because we are all energy... from the perspective of being a human in this cube box universe thing.

chuckle
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My guess is Shamir and second is isotopically pure copper.

The Testament of Solomon, a work written in Greek, probably in the early third century of the present era,4 refers to Shamir as a ďgreen stone.Ē But how could a greenish stone cut the hardest of diamonds with its glance?



Again: The Super conductor
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Smoke and mirrors and green stone . Hmmm

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