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Engineers have found that under the right conditions, ordinary clear water droplets on a transparent surface can produce brilliant colors, without the addition of inks or dyes. By tuning size, illumination angle, and curvature, MIT engineers can produce brilliant colors, in patterns they can predict, in otherwise transparent droplets. (1)

Under the right angle, everything changes.

Look at a mountain from the sky and it will look like a tiny dot.

Look at a small chair from up-close and it will look like a mountain.

A colored cosmos. A cosmos in black and white.

At the end, it makes no difference.

Because the cosmos is nothing.

Until you start looking at it…

Open your eye.

Are you afraid of what you want to see?