Even though temperatures have cooled a bit recently our midday sun is still high in the sky. With direct sunlight pounding the pavement, an occasional glance down the road may play tricks on your eyes and brain. We’re trained to think that what we’re looking at is where we see it. That is not always the case when looking through different densities. Imagine this, you’re standing on a hot asphalt road looking ahead. As your line of sight gets closer…
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