Photokeratitis is a painful eye condition that occurs when your eye is exposed to invisible rays of energy called ultraviolet (UV) rays, either from the sun or from a man-made source. Photokeratitis is like having a sunburned eye.
How is photokeratitis treated? Fortunately, the damage done by sun burning your eyes typically isn’t permanent. Much like burns on your skin, it should heal itself in a few days, says Lee. “The risk of permanent damage is low if exposure to UV rays was limited to the front part of the eye, the cornea,”
Yet, it is temporary! Makes you really think!
The LORD is beyond AWESOME, words could NEVER describe/define/explain The AWESOMENESS of God’s glory!!!
The sun? Bright? That is a small “s” on purpose!
How bright is the sun?
Let’s get ‘scientific’ for a minute:
Direct sunlight has a luminous efficacy of about 93 lumens per watt of radiant flux. Multiplying the figure of 1050 watts per square meter by 93 lumens per watt indicates that bright sunlight provides an illuminance of approximately 98 000 lux (lumens per square meter) on a perpendicular surface at sea level.
Ok, ok…a lumen? Lu·men
The SI unit of luminous flux, equal to the amount of light emitted per second in a unit solid angle of one steradian from a uniform source of one candela.
Ok, ok… what on Earth is a lumen in layman’s terms?
The definition of a lumen is the measure of brightness from a light source. An example of a lumen is the 13 lumens of a candle and the 1,200 lumens of a 100 watt light bulb.
At close approach, the Sun will be unfathomably bright.
625 times brighter than it appears from Earth!
What made the planets?
What is the currently most accepted model for the Universe?
What is the evidence for the Big Bang?
What happened during the Big Bang?
What is this “anti-gravity”?
Why do we think that the expansion of the Universe is accelerating?
What is quintessence?
How old is the Universe?
We are far away from defining our existence! At least Scientifically. The Big bang theory?
The Big Bang Theory is the leading explanation about how the universe began. At its simplest, it says theuniverse as we know it started with a small singularity, then inflated over the next 13.8 billion years to the cosmos that we know today.
Is there anything as bright as the sun?
To break it down to decipherable facts: We have studied constellations and
while Deneb shines the brightest in the constellation Cygnus, 17 other stars glow brighter in our night skies. But Deneb is much farther from Earth than most of the other stars you see, and this giant is around 100,000 times brighter than the Sun.
Gets you thinking 🤔 apparently in the cosmos, there is no age! Simply ‘periods’. The formation of this galaxy took 13.8 billion years.
Alright, ‘timelessness’ begets creation. For a second, let us remember childhood “for most”. Doll houses, games, balls, sticks, water, mud, kites… Then we grew up! School, jobs, marriage/kids (through in home, car, bills…) THEN?
For real, I ask…then? Then what? Or should I ask where?
Many times, I hear There is currently no consensus regarding the definition of life. One popular definition is that organisms are open systems that maintain homeostasis, are composed of cells, have a life cycle, undergo metabolism, can grow, adapt to their environment, respond to stimuli, reproduce and evolve.
So advanced, we have yet to discover similarities between Man and any beings “out there”.
Head scratching🤔 Divine council?