Jesse Harding

The visible spectrum of light occupies a minuscule region of the electromagnetic spectrum, yet until only very recently did mankind realize that there was anything beyond the colors of the rainbow. These waves are truly no different than any of the colors perceptible to the human retina, only differing by means of a larger or smaller coefficient. Despite the severe dearth of encompassing perception, biology and society have managed to create a very acceptable and very applicable system by which to categorize and comprehend surroundings and situations. However, due to the infinitesimal abilities possessed, the complete picture is never seen, rather only a passible construct--a model capable of representing the events and qualities of the world accurately enough to trudge onward.