The eyes is not an antenna. The color, Yes it exist.

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  1. The color is a Sequence of the time. The Time is retained by the brain, each brain has recorded a Time. The brain keeps what they feel all our senses: (what you hear with ear, the taste of what you eat, what it feels like to the touch, that smell with your nose and what you see with the eyes).

    All the time he is saved by the brain and by your senses.

    Conclusion: The wave is a touch and the wave touch the electronics not to the eye.

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  3. Lakon Valued Senior Member

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    "The color is a frequency of the time"

    So if I'm looking at a multicoloured lollipop in front of me, what I'm seeing is defferent time zones ?
     
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  5. Time moves the color. And the eye sees the time.
     
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  7. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    I have to disagree, the eye is an antenna of a sort. It is a directional antenna that collects certain wavelengths of electromagnetic radiataion and converts the signals into electrical impulses. How is that not an antenna?
     
  8. It must be that the bosons and the cones are antennas. And each boson and each cone has a cable made of cells, to move the wave towards the brain.
     
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    No, not quite.

    Look at this.
     
  10. And where are the cables that connect the brain each Photoreceptor cell?

    There are 150 million of Photoreceptor cell, then there are 150 million of cable (where are they?).

    I think that scientists are speculating. Why not connect a TV behind the eye?

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  11. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    Technically yes, color is a function of the frequency of the radiation, which is described as the number of waves which pass a given plane in space per second. You aren't saying anything new.
     
  12. Why not use the eyes of animals as a TV antenna?

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  13. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    There aren't 150 million cables, but there are about 1.3 million retinal ganglion cells forming the optic nerve transmitting information to the brain.
    It may take a hundred activated photo receptors to fire a ganglion, or just one. It depends upon the amount of light available.
    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retinal_ganglion_cells

    Even though the eye does work a bit like a camera, the brain does not see a camera image.
    There is too much data for the brain to process.
    Visual tests will show you that the brain uses some data and ignores other data,
    so that ideally the image it sees has the greatest amount of useful information.
    Sometimes the brain is fooled, as shown by optical illusions.

    Regarding using the eye as a TV camera, ordinary video cameras now have more pixels on their CCDs than a human eye has ganglions.
     
  14. A retina does not move waves. Not been proven.
     
  15. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    What do you suppose the optic nerve does?
     
  16. As the Wikipedia website says: "mediating the conversion of a photon of light into an electrochemical signal" in the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opsin

    Have proven what the eye there are energy because the photons are energy, but is not tested in the eye there are waves of color.

    A retina does not move waves. It has not been proven...

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  17. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, you are right.
    The eye sends information to the brain, not light.
    That's why I used the words data and information, not light.
    Nobody disputes what you are saying.
     
  18. These lying... which information?
     
  19. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Information about light striking the retina, its position and its wavelength.
    If enough light strikes a series of rods or cones it fires a ganglion, sending an electrical impulse to the brain.

    That's what all scientists believe.
    You are saying exactly the same as the scientists.
    You are completely correct.
    No light strikes the brain.
     
  20. Then the color, Yes it exist.
     
  21. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    They are called the optic nerves.

    Photoreceptors go to the ganglion layer; the ganglion layer processes the information and sends it down the optic nerve.

    Compare it to a camcorder. A modern camcorder has about 2 million pixels. Where are the 2 million wires that connect your camcorder to your TV?

    Because your eye is a lot more than a simple camera.
     
  22. How is information: waves or genetics?
     
  23. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    That's a philosophical question. I don't know the answer.
    The eye collects light rays and produces data about them, which is electrically sent to the brain.
    I can't see how you can argue from that to the existence of colour.
    How do you know that it isn't something imagined by the brain in response to the stimulus sent to it from the eyes?.
     

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