Revealing The Last Slice Of Spectrum

HUMANS SEE WHAT WE SEE because the "film" in the backs of our eyes responds to certain frequencies of light. But what's visible to us is only a tiny slice of the light suffusing the world. The rest would be unseen without the likes of X-ray film, which responds to higher frequencies than human eyes, and infrared film, which captures frequencies too low for the eye.

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