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Forum: Homework & Help 08-18-2016, 04:57 PM
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Posted By SKG_Scintill
Re: Reflection of Light Stupidity

just typical that, though light can come from any direction, it still prefers the straight path, with shadows being as relatively dark as they are

heh the idea of a lot of sunlight bending all the...
Forum: Homework & Help 08-18-2016, 01:19 PM
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Posted By SKG_Scintill
Re: Reflection of Light Stupidity

At least it wasn't as obvious as I thought.
I was genuinely afraid of having forgotten high school physics.

Ye, I see it now.
Thanks!

Edit: wait what?

I... can I have a source?
Forum: Homework & Help 08-18-2016, 05:36 AM
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Posted By SKG_Scintill
Re: Reflection of Light Stupidity

Slept over it.
Light coming onto the supposed mirror didn't reflect from the blue sky, so it's still pure white.
The blue sky was its own mirror, unrelated to the light trajectory to the mirror in...
Forum: Homework & Help 08-17-2016, 09:24 PM
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Posted By SKG_Scintill
Re: Reflection of Light Stupidity

Fair enough, didn't consider the relative brightness, since it's already lost like 99.9% of its brightness.
But the colour is still bothering me here. Reflecting off of either a blue sky, a red wall...
Forum: Homework & Help 08-17-2016, 09:11 PM
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Posted By SKG_Scintill
Re: Reflection of Light Stupidity

I am imagining it.
Sun behind me, mirror in front of me. I would see perhaps a red wall, as in idea 1.
Then light would have come from that red wall, reflected only red light off of it, hitting the...
Forum: Homework & Help 08-17-2016, 09:04 PM
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Posted By SKG_Scintill
Reflection of Light Stupidity

Ok,

So I'm probably stupid and overlooking something obvious, but here we go.

Situation 1:
The sun is in front of you at whatever angle, let's say 30 degrees.
Light from the sun (pure white)...
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