anonymous
  • anonymous
during partial reflection through a glass,some the light is reflected while others are refracted through the glass.....how did the photon decide for themselves which one to reflect off from the surface and which one to refract through the surface.........it's a pretty hard one...but try..............or wait for my answer
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anonymous
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during partial reflection through a glass,some the light is reflected while others are refracted through the glass.....how did the photon decide for themselves which one to reflect off from the surface and which one to refract through the surface.........it's a pretty hard one...but try..............or wait for my answer
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TuringTest
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QED
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_electrodynamics
anonymous
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1501838765715417418 Having Feynman explain it is infinitely better if you have the 1:30 hours

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