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Temporo-Spatial Synesthesia

Synesthesia of the Day – Temporo-Spatial Synesthesia Temporo-Spatial Synesthesia, also known as Time-Space Synesthesia, mixes the senses of space and time. People with this form of synesthesia see time as having a visible form. When thinking about the year, they … Continue reading

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Diamond Dust

Cloud of the Day – Diamond Dust It is really hard to find good pictures of diamond dust, so I’m going to have to just describe it to you. Diamond dust is a colloquial name given to ice crystals when … Continue reading

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Orgasm – Color

Synesthesia of the Day – Orgasm – Color Since synesthesia (my first post on synesthesia) is a major element in the Green Comet series of novels, I thought it would be a good idea to write a series of posts … Continue reading

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Some Women See a Hundred Million Colors

An unknown percentage of women can see a hundred times as many colors as the rest of us.  While normal humans have three types of cones in their eyes for perceiving the three primary colors — red, green and blue … Continue reading

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Irisation

Cloud of the Day – Irisation A close relative of corona is irisation. Both are caused by interference among light waves diffracted by cloud particles. Since different wavelengths of light are scattered at different angles, they interfere with themselves at … Continue reading

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Sprites

Cloud of the Day – Sprites Another non-cloud cloud of the day, sprites are electrical phenomena. They emanate upward from the tops of thunderclouds, as lightning plays around the bottoms. Sprites weren’t caught on film before 1989, and only seriously … Continue reading

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Oliver Photo Club

Where I live we often get extended periods of beautiful weather in the autumn. Like now, there will be days on end where the nights are cool and the days are sunny. Those two things can contribute to the development … Continue reading

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Autumn

The Artists of Autumn are at it again. We’re not in full color here, yet, but some leaves are starting to turn. We might as well mark it on the first day of Autumn. I’ll keep the words to a … Continue reading

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Indigo

Prehistory People have been using color for a long time. For tens of thousands, probably for over a hundred thousand years, we’ve been using minerals and vegetable extracts to color our clothing and our environments. We were most likely daubing … Continue reading

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