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Light may have liquid properties April 3, 2007

Posted by Al in : science,weird , trackback

Strange, but apparently true. Experiments have shown that low frequency light can pool against a solid surface and then work it’s way through holes irregularly cut in that surface. This then results in 100% of the light shone on the surface passing through when only 20% of the surface has holes to allow it’s passage. This doesn’t seem to make any sense and would mean that light doesn’t just behave as standard linear radiation, it behaves more like a liquid.


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