Your Selected Gestalt Category was: Structure
Start Time Session: 20/Feb/2019 21:42 hrs
End Time Session: 21/Feb/2019 16:43 hrs
Main element is a circular patch on the ground which is blue and has a silver shimmer and rotates around continuously, there is a downward spiraling from it. Above it sits a glass bowl with outward bulging boundary, above the bowl is a sphere with a flat top and bottom, things can fall straight through the sphere and bowl, there may be a pole under the sphere. Low black elements on two sides, the blue circle is a small secret space where we can hide. Yellow and green color are adjacent. Difficult target signal to probe.
Your Target Gestalt Category was: Water
Date of the Target Photograph: 01/Jul/2001
Image Source Credits:
Jim Peaco - Public Domain
Aerial view of Grand Prismatic Spring; Hot Springs, Midway & Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park. The spring is approximately 250 by 300 feet (75 by 91 m) in size. This photo shows steam rising from hot and sterile deep azure blue water (owing to the light absorbing overtone of an OH stretch which is shifted to 698 nm by hydrogen bonding ) in the center surrounded by huge mats of brilliant orange algae, bacteria and archaea. The color of which is due to the ratio of chlorophyll to carotenoid molecules produced by the organisms. During summertime the chlorophyll content of the organisms is low and thus the mats appear orange, red, or yellow. However during the winter, the mats are usually dark green, because sunlight is more scarce and the microbes produce more chlorophyll to compensate, thereby masking the carotenoid colors.
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