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Casey Christofaris

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Is a shadow a three-dimensional object? I am proposing that we are 3 "objects" in one being. We are the light, the body and the shadow

A shadow is a 3d object, because we live in a 3d world right?

So that means they have, length, width, height, volume and mass?

And the body is just "shadow" or matter that reflects light, like a mirror, or the moon

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  • Mar 29 2013: We are three things, mind, body and soul. Light is just part of the spectrum that two of our senses can detect. Shadow is just an effect the cause would be an object blocking lights path. The space the shadow encompasses can be volumetric but that will be there regardless if a shadow is present or not.
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      Apr 4 2013: Would a single star cast a shadow
      • Apr 6 2013: no
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          Apr 6 2013: So when the light travels back to its source how would that single star interpret it own light coming back to it's self?

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