On the Depth of No Cools

Cerulean comes from the Latin caeruleus meaning sky blue, from caelum meaning sky. Another source says cerulean comes from caeruleum meaning heavens, and that caeruleus means deep blue also meaning resembling the blue of the sky.

Color affects depth perception.

Blue waves are comparatively shorter than red waves or green waves when refracting light.

If blue waves are shorter, how deep is the color of the sea? Weren't you told the sky is blue because it mirrors the ocean?

How could it be known the sky is deep just by its blue?

In total darkness, such as in a room with no light let in, pitch black does not allow us to perceive any depth around us. If your eyes adjust, you are not submerged. We consider the blackest of blacks by judging which is the deepest although it technically lacks a space at all; our rhetoric is impossible. Vantablack, the blackest by evidence, absorbs all the light around it except for the 0.035% that rebounds. Our eyes do not pick up the blackest black. We do not see the deepest hole.

What is the wavelength of Vantablack?

The index of refraction is used in optics, or seeing, when considering, or solving, the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection and the total internal reflection, to name a few points of views.

The index of refraction, in considering the optics of light, is measured by a dimensionless number, meaning a number without any physical attribute.

The index of refraction uses non-physical quantities to explain how intangible light kinetically moves through an object or medium.

Light only moves through an object platonically.

Platonic Reflections = C / V
Where C = the speed of light in a vacuum
and V = the rate at which a wave moves through space

It is platonic to solve C / V, or c over v, or see over v. What starts with V?

Vantablack cannot be seen. What we are seeing is not actually being seen. We are acknowledging the negative in lieu of any presence.

How fast does a wave move through negative space and can you drown in a dimensionless ocean?

In drawing, you learn to see a shape by seeing the outlines of what surrounds the shape. In shifting an object into negative space, you can detail the shape of the object correctly. In training your mind to deny the object as there, you are more apt to create an understanding of it taking up space.

To view an object in Vantablack is to infer there is a shape based on the fact of visuals surrounding the shape. Like erasing an object from a photograph by Sharpie, but Vantablack erases all context and structure needed to prove any virtual existence. To look at something in Vantablack is to see nothing, and is said to be equivalent to looking into a black hole.

Space is a void of no known dimension, but NASA does not look into space with Vantablack. The insides of NASA's telescopes are painted Aeroglaze Z306, a very deep black.

If a black hole has no dimension and no depth, how can a depth be proven to be the deepest?

How shallow can a black hole be?

How shallow can it be to have no depth?

Depth does not factor into the equation for solving platonic reflections = see over v.