Darkness really cannot be measured. No seriously, it cannot.

BEFORE YOU READ ON IT IS IMPORTANT TO KEEP THIS IN MIND: If you’re going to use the ‘Bortle Dark Sky Scale’ as a source to prove me wrong, why don’t you ask yourself if it really makes sense? Does your mind resonate to it’s theory?

I mean, we should honor our minds. “A man should learn to detect and watch that gleam of light which flashes across his mind from within, more than the lustre of the firmament of bards and sages.”

which translates to

“Why don’t you f*** what that scientist said and think for yourself. He can defend his theory because it is his mind. Can you defend his theory with your mind? Or will you shadow him?”

Let’s take the bottom of the deepest ocean, where darkness is absolute (possibly, just a theory). How does absolute darkness get any darker? Does it get darker if you dig deeper? Is it absolute darkness then, if darkness can be darker? Does it not (logically) mean that there is light present, which makes the absolute darkness, not-very-absolute darkness?


P/S I love the ocean.


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