There is a scientific device that will measure the intensity, the wave‐length, and the position of all of four or five million spots of light and do that every tenth of a second or less for many hours a day. This superb tool—a pair of eyes—also retains in itself a record of the measurements it has made to be recalled at any time for comparison with new measurements.

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