Limits of Light - The Secrets of Nature

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We recognize our word primarily through the sense of vision. But light is what we use to see by. The light we use to see by is only a tiny fraction of the electro-magnetic spectrum. In other words, light is limited.

It is fascinating how light works, yet, it is only a fraction of what we see. This documentary explores the limits of our everyday perceptions and beyond.

The documentary shows the world is a far more remarkable place than most of us will ever realize or see.

Humans are visual creatures, and sight is our main sense. But how often do our eyes are being deceived? There is far more to light than it meets the eye, and this documentary shows some of it.

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