Black Light: A Novel Theory of the Universe (Paperback)
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The black of darkness that we see is light: Black light. If there was no black light in darkness, we would be blind, despite having the capacity to see. The implications for our understanding of the universe are immense.
About the Author
DANIEL HOWITT is an independent scholar in private study at Harvard University. He was educated at Colgate University, The University of Chicago, and Harvard University.