As a teacher of college physics, and a Christian Scientist, I have been impressed by the clear understanding of optics shown by Mary Baker Eddy in her book, Science and Health. While taking a sabbatical at a neighboring university, I learned a fresh definition of the word image from a master physics teacher: “a collection of points, each of which corresponds exactly to a point in the source.
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