Yes, you saw it right: in the photo on the cover there is A ship floating in the air. Many of you might think that it is a fake image with the help of programs like Photoshop or similar. However, in reality, it is all true: we explain how this is possible.
Well, according to him The New York Times And from BBCDavid Morris, 52, was wandering quietly along the coast of Falmouth (Cornwall, southwest England), when he noticed this “strange phenomenon” with his own eyes. Morris was skeptical, so much so that he snapped the photo to see if it was true (and it was). Once posted on Facebook, The image spread around the worldIt quickly spread rapidly in a few days on social media.
Few wonder how this is possible, but in reality the explanation is simpler than one might think. In fact, it is about An optical illusion, or rather a superior mirage. Simply put, a number of factors, including the reflection of the temperature at the level of Morris’ eye, led to the illusion that the ship was floating. This can be caused by refraction of rays that travel from a cold transition medium to a warmer medium.
In short, it was definitely not “magic” or images recreated with Photoshop, but “simply” Optical phenomenon.
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