How much time does the average person spend sitting at a red light during their life?
You spend a total of three days.
Off the top of my head I think it's episode 16-Confession because it's after Light meets Misa and has that talk about L and all that stuff. But I'm pretty sure it's 16 because I remember Light was still in college sitting next to Takada with Mogi sitting in the very back and Ryuk sitting right behind Light
Who sees projected light in a movie house first the people sitting in front or the people sitting at the back?
The people in the front will see the light from the screen nanoseconds before the people in the back. This is because the path of the light is shorter. The light travels from the projector to the screen. It then reflects the light out toward the audience. Since the people in the front are closer the screen, they will see it first.
What does a red warning light with a picture of a person sitting down and with a safety belt across them and an air bag mean?
If I grasp what you are asking, then blood pressure may drop significantly when a person stands up from a sitting or prone position. The heart has to work harder when a person stands up, and if the heart is not healthy, it may struggle to beat hard and fast enough to prevent the person from feeling dizzy or light headed.
Backlighting is light coming from behind the subject. For example, a person inside a room standing in front of a window during the daytime. The strong daylight coming through the window is greater than the light falling on the person from the camera side. If the exposure is set for the amount of light coming through the window the person will be a silhouette. If the exposure is set for the person the window area…
A simple experiment : You stand still, and someone holds a light source. When the person moves the light higher (like sunrise) your shadow will become shorter. When the person moves the light lower (like sunset) your shadow will become longer. You can easily understand that a shadow is longest when the Sun is on the horizon. That's at sunrise or sunset.
When you are sleeping and light shines through the window can a person see the light with their eyes closed?
When you are awake with your eyes closed, you can tell when there is a light on or a light shining nearby. However, if you are unconscious or sleeping, the brain may not detect a light shining. During the REM period of sleep, for example, you would be dreaming and not using your eyes to see your surroundings.
The unit of distance called "light year" is equal to about 9.46 x 105 m, and is, according to its name, the distance covered by the light during a period of one Earth year. Therefore, it would take 4 years to travel 4 light years, or about 1461 days. According to who - the person travelling or some one just watching from a fixed point. For the person travelling - no time elapses, as they…
No, day and night have nothing to do with it. Light travels as far - and as fast - during the day than during the night. No, day and night have nothing to do with it. Light travels as far - and as fast - during the day than during the night. No, day and night have nothing to do with it. Light travels as far - and as fast - during the day than…