Materialism vs Spritualism: The relationship between Matter, Spirit, Man, and God. All the material wealth of the world cannot help man to synthesize a gram of his corporeal substance.
Man exists in physical world not because of the abilities of his physical or mental work.
The rhythmically recurring phenomena called Biological Rhythms operate under the influence of an unchanging Principle.
The ability called Photorecognition is the fundamental basis for all kinds of existence on planet Earth.
WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – PHOTOCHEMISTRY: Photochemistry is the study of chemical processes that are exclusively brought about by the interaction of light with matter. The term design describes the action to make a plan, a pattern and carry out the execution by artistic arrangement in a skillful way. Artists, Designers, and Architects are persons who […]
WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – CHLOROPHYLL: The word Chlorophyll is derived by combining two Greek words; Chloros means green, and Phyllon means a leaf. It refers to the green pigment found in the Cyanobacteria(Blue-Green algae), and in the chloroplasts of Grass-Green algae, and plant cells. Chlorophyll occurs in five forms; especially Chlorophyll a, and Chlorophyll b. […]
The Tri-Stimulus Color Theory is important, and we have to know the connection between the stimulus and the psychological satisfaction experienced by the perceiver.
In biology, the production of color is more complex than the use of a Color Order System described by Albert Henry Munsell.
WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – MAXWELL: James Clerk Maxwell developed a comprehensive theory of electricity and magnetism. His theory, ‘A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism'(1873) concludes that electric and magnetic energy travel in transverse waves that propagate at a speed equal to that of light; light is thus only one type of electromagnetic radiation. Defining fields […]
WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – BAEYER: The biological coloration generated by the pigments of biological tissues that reflect or transmit light are known as biochromes. The organic compounds, biochromes, are classified according to the presence or absence of Nitrogen. Pigments produce color by selective absorption of light. The molecules of pigment absorb a limited range of […]