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Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL Recursion Scheme Of Designer Perception Engines (Eyes). (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030. PHILICA.COM Article number 674.

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TRL Recursion Scheme Of Designer Perception Engines (Eyes). (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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TRL Recursion Scheme Of Designer Perception Engines (Eyes). (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030

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TRL Recursion Scheme Of Designer Perception Engines (Eyes). (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

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One can note that the Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of a Star of concern in it’s vicinity is a characteristic function of the Star’s Statistical Mechanical Distribution Function of the Nuclear Reactions happening in it. Since, we use Star-Light to form our Perception, we can assume axiomatically that Universal Perception is an Image of the Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of the Star of concern in it’s vicinity and also at a deeper level is the Image of the Star’s Statistical Mechanical Distribution Function of the Nuclear Reactions happening in it. Since we can always Compute our Universal Perception of concern, we can say that the Recursion Scheme of the Star of concern is in fact the Recursion Scheme of our Universal Perception and also that the Recursion Scheme of the Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of a Star of concern in it’s vicinity, is in fact the Recursion Scheme of our Universal Perception to a Colloquial degree.
In the Earth’s Atmosphere, also, in the vicinity of our Star, the Sun, Sun-Light, refracts and the Blue Light Scatters to the most degree. This is because the Refractive and/ or Scattering Function Maximizes the Scatter at the Blue Wavelength. And the Refractive and/ or Scattering Function is so because of the Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of the Sun at the Space-Time co-ordinate of Planet Earth. Hence this Recursion Scheme of this Blue Light can be observed in the Irises of the eyes of some people. IRIS stands for [1], sans the Quantum Lensing effect, in its best possible state.
Therefore, we can Genetically Engineer Any Coloured Irises, as these Recursion Schemes are just the Images of the Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of the appropriate respective Coloured Star of concern using appropriate respective Coloured Star Engineering (this can be achieved by just Simulating the Recursion Scheme of the Statistical Mechanical Distribution Function of the Nuclear Reactions happening in the appropriate respective Coloured Star akin to the Recursion Scheme of the Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of the appropriate respective Coloured Star of concern, or rather the Recursion Scheme of Universal Perception, as by the argument already presented, the Universal Perception is an Image of Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function of the appropriate respective Coloured Star of concern which is also an Image of the Recursion Scheme of the Statistical Mechanical Distribution Function of the Nuclear Reactions happening in the appropriate respective Coloured Star of concern).
However, if we wish to Design a White Iris, we need to consider the design of a Recursion Scheme of a Negatively Refracting Recursional Field Intensity Strength Gradient Function, that takes in Light(s) of all Colours but gives White Light only and also Scatters White Light the most. This Recursion Scheme actually tantamounts to the Image of the Recursion Scheme of the Complementary Primality of the Recursion Scheme of a White Star, i.e., is the Recursion Scheme of a White Star Black-Hole.

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