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Re:Re: Re: day for night
- To: <telecine at sun.alegria.com>
- Subject: Re:Re: Re: day for night
- From: "Molinare Engineering Dept." <gci44 at dial.pipex.com>
- Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 20:10:22 -0000
- Organization: Altruistic Intentions, Hollywood, CA
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From: Veenotph <Veenotph at aol.com>
To: telecine at sun.alegria.com <telecine at sun.alegria.com>
Date: 10 January 1998 06:16
Subject: Re: Re: day for night
>In a message dated 01/10/1998, you wrote:
> Remeber (sic) Seeing is a learned Process, and the brain adjusts the
visual signals set from the
>eye to form a picture it likes.
I can remember looking up from a snooker table and seeing everything pink!
What would a moonlight view through a window appear like, what if someone
turned out the lights?
How would the TV appear?
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