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Opinion #1

We know that light transmits photons to the darkness. I hate to use the verb “transmit”. Can I say the other way around, the darkness sucks the rays of lights? It is more scientific way to say: the darkness absorbs the rays of lights. If you accept this opinion, then does the darkness have intensity? If the darkness does, what is its unit to be used to in measuring? If we can answer these two questions, we can determine whether the intensity of light equals to the intensity of darkness in our universal.  If not, we can determine the ratio intensity of light and darkness. Therefore our universal can be measured.  Darkness is a reality!           (T.V.)

Everything in nature has its own charm. Its existence is short. 
It’s then going to be disappeared and engulfed in space. (T.V.)