- Apr 3, 2004
would my diamond look sparkier to the person sitting across the dining table from me? I guess all depends on the lighting?
Green is almost always absent at a distance?If you have ever seen the sparkles on the ceiling of the car or in an aeroplane etc - then you need to be lined up with those sparkles to see a bright flash.
When you sit still and look at a diamond you will see more (and often brighter) flashes with 2 eyes than with one because you doubled the points where a flash can see your eyes.
The further away you are the more likely the flash will be a blue to red one (green is almost always absent).
Green is in the middle of the spectrum / rainbow. As such when you see green you will get some red orange and blue violet - and Whalla! it is a white flash!Green is almost always absent at a distance?
I will, first chance I get.Green is in the middle of the spectrum / rainbow. As such when you see green you will get some red orange and blue violet - and Whalla! it is a white flash!
Try it - sit very still and find a place where you can follow a blue flash and move your head slightly till you see it turn white and then if you are very careful you can see the white turn to red and then disappear or go dark.