My name is Kayleigh Marie and I’m pleased to meet you; I formulated “Joker’s Law”. I can explain Joker’s law to you, in our family’s standard. 30 seconds. Join me, will you?
Perceived “Light”, the light you “see”, are really photons reflecting off of a surface; That resultant energy transfer is “Light”. Humans can only see a few miles. 7 at best, 20 miles at the most at night (Claimed).
Once an object passes the 7 (Or 20) mile mark, it disappears into something called a “Vanishing Point” (A common term in photography). This is when the object’s reflected energy is simply further away than your eyes can see. It becomes blurry and then disappears – Only from your vision.
What does this mean in relation to “Joker’s Law?”
The surfaces that are reflecting light/energy such as the Moon (Especially), Sun (Emission), Galaxies and star systems are simply too far away for your eyes to perceive, in the first place – It’s past the convergence point of your eyes. If the Earth were really a globe, you’d look up in the night sky and see a huge, massive black sky with no features, at all. Miserably black – Sucking black – Deathly black.
Our family rendered my results above, simulating human vision (16 blade, 35mm 1:1), with, predictable, demonstrable and repeatable results. Once a source of reflected light (Or emitted), regardless of scale passes the visual capability, the vanishing point, of humans, it scatters and disappears.
The question now is, what are we actually looking at, when we look in the night sky, or, at anything at distance, for that matter?