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ITT: we ask retarded science questions we've always been afraid to ask. (Assume Systemspace does not exist.)
If light can travel as particles, why is it dark when you turn off the light?


>Assume Systemspace does not exist
get the fuck out hyak piece of shit


you answered your own question , infidel


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Some of that light simply deflects and bounces off the surfaces of stuff, think laser/mirror. Some gets absorbed and turned into heat. Snow absorbs very little light and emits it in very similar wavelenght to original. Objects that appear red absorb less energy, blue - more. Plants are green because they use very narrow part of the light specrum.


Also I had my burthday today, so at least say thanks for some insight I provided, OP


Late thanks, late happy birthday

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