I can see minute internal molecules/particles in air with my NAKED EYES. what I do?

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  1. ZMacZ Registered Senior Member

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    Umm..rinse ur eyes with appropriate disinfectant and get an air filter system for the room you stay the most in..
    Drink plenty of water..and maybe a certain anti-biotic..
     
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  3. Jac Registered Member

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    Hi I just read your post and wanted to tell you that I can see them too and have done since I was about 16 yrs old. Ispend a lot of time in an unfocused mode because I daydream a lot and that's when I can watch them.particles are alive I believe . its wonderful to watch
     
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  5. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    This Wiki article may give you food for thought: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brownian_motion
     
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  7. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Almost everyone can see the floaters. They are not particles in the air and they are not alive as has been pointed out in this thread.

    Here is a short article talking about floaters: Floaters
     
  8. Sajal Rastogi Registered Member

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    I was afraid when i discovered that thing in myself thought that as a miracle or super power but got it confirmed from my younger brother having same experience and now you also have it .....................
    let's make best out of it if this world needs us

    Welcome to the team bro............
    MICROSCOPIC VISION
     
  9. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Were all on 'the team'. It is normal and nothing special.
     
  10. anaadi Registered Member

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    Well you know i used to think i am special too but doesn't everyone. i think anyone can see these particles once they focus properly on the air in front of them and i also think that its not internal but air particles floating around well in the air. they look kinda like shining dust moving so fast that u cant keep track on anyone particle and i think anyone should try it it really cool to see just focus.
    So maybe we aren't as special as we like to think we are.
     
  11. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    You can have all sorts of visual effects by staring or using your peripheral vision - but one thing is for sure, you can't see individual atoms or anything remotely close to that small.
     
  12. anaadi Registered Member

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    Hmmm its
    probably in my head then, i always thought i was crazy.
     
  13. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    You're not crazy. What you are seeing is normal and the explanation is rather mundane.
     
  14. sunshaker Registered Member

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    I myself see these "particles", I never under estimate the potential of "some" humans to see what others are unable. It is not just what the eyes see, it is how our brains interpret that information.
    Some of our brains work in digital/quantum while others still use analogue

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  15. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Hmmmm, it would appear that some of our brains are not working at all....
     
  16. sunshaker Registered Member

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    I posted an article saying how people underestimate the human senses, your first "thought"(only thought) is to insult.
    Hmmmm, Mr negative again, 7,022 posts of negativity(valued senior troll). Glad we still have creative people, if we where all like you we would still be in the stone age,
    Have you ever had an original or creative thought? Or are your only "talents" reciting the gospel of "wiki".
     
  17. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    You have no idea what my thoughts were. You aren't psychic as well as 'creative' are you?
    Human senses are pretty amazing, when I use to have to pull samples of feed water to a steam generator, the sample was throttled through a cooler to hit 25C +/- 5C for the tests, by just using my finger in the water stream I could hit 25C +/-1C.
    People in this thread are not talking about being creative, they are talking about seeing a spot in their vision and jumping to the absurd conclusion that they are seeing individual atoms, neutrinos or some other goofiness. Ignorance presented as creativity makes me a little negative I suppose.
    My company's IP lawyers and the patent office seem to think so.
     
  18. sunshaker Registered Member

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    From what I gather people are trying to understand what they are seeing(not a spot in their vision),
    Not everybody sees them, I understand and see "floaters" but they are not what I and other people see, it is also not dust or some "eye defect".
    Perhaps some people are more tuned into seeing these "ghost particles" than others. Like tetrachromats who see many more colours than the average human. And as you said the human senses are amazing and not yet completely understood.

    I would love to know what they really are, without being told "floaters, dust or eye defect", which they are not.

    Perhaps if you take the time, relax, look at the "empty space" between objects you may see them yourself, I never really noticed these particles until I actually slowed down, got into art and really noticed what was around me.
    Now I can tune into these particles within a few seconds but most of the time I am unaware of them.
     
  19. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    The question is, "How do you know they are not?" When you hear hoof-beats and somebody says, "Horses," why are you insisting on unicorns?
     
  20. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    I can, but I am not foolish enough to think that I am really seeing something like atoms. There are a multitude of causes of these visual effects - 'ghost particles' is not one of them.
    Wow, that's awesome dude.
    In only a few seconds you can stare at nothing until you get some meaningless visual effects - you must be so proud.

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  21. sunshaker Registered Member

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    Your a "TROLL" who as been allowed to troll this forum for years. You never listen to what anyone says, you are a rude one dimensional troll.
    No one is talking about seeing "atoms", We are just trying to understand what we see, you are off the kind who do not see the trees but only the forest.

    you have nothing to offer this thread except for bad manners.

    In the post I highlighted it says
    not a great leap.
    In your earlier post YOU stated
    There are a thousand nano meters to a micron,
    In the study the unaided human eye is able to determine the thickness of a thin film -- materials only a few nanometers thick which is roughly 0.0030 microns, many orders of magnitude smaller than the 100 microns you quoted.
    You do not even know OR CARE what you are talking about just spouting hate/venom.
     
  22. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    You are wrong on at least 2 points I am 3 dimensional and I do listen to others. It seems that you are the one that will not listen to anyone, well you'll listen other cranks, I suppose.
    Really? It seems some goofball WAS talking about that when they wrote this:
    "10-12 years ago i ask my optician about these particles, he also could see these particles but had no idea what they were, all he could say that it was no problem of the eyes, He believed as i do that perhaps they could be neutrinos"
    Neutrinos are much smaller than atoms and move at almost the speed of light.
    In addition to my bad manners, I am also bringing logic and sanity to this thread
    Yes that is still true.
    I will assume that you are not being dishonest and that you just did not understand what you read. The study found that subjects could detect a difference in the color of the light passing through different thickness of film. The subjects CANNOT see something 3nm thick, they can see a difference in the color of the light between 2 films that have a difference in thickness of 3 nm. Hopefully you can go back and reread the study so you understand it.
     
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  23. sunshaker Registered Member

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    I cannot be asked to argue with a troll,
    a neutrino is not an atom,
    60 billion neutrinos pass through us every second, what I found interesting was that they oscillate between flavours tau/muon These fleeting events produce a "faint blip of light",
    This blip of light/COLOUR is what I thought we may be seeing, this is what interested me in the study you "kindly quoted" below..
    We all know a strope light can give the impression of slowing down time, what I was thinking was these neutrinos act similar to a strope effect allowing us to see these faint blips of light.

    But origin knows best and we are all idiots who see these "particles",
    Logic tells me there is something we do not yet understand and you never will, Curiosity makes me want to understand, Trolls stop any chance to understand.
     

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