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Why in case of light in order to have a good reflection there is enough a layer thinner then wavelength (400-800 nm) and in case of a microwave there is necessary a thicker layer?
Sorincosofret... I'm afraid despite having more education in physics than the average graduate of the English educational system, have no idea what you may mean by a fascicle. This may be because it is a technical term used in the field (in which case you're not going to communicate effectively with non-experts), or because it is not the word used in English. I don't know what papagal means, either, but I don't think I want to.Also, if you want anyone less persistent than Bored Chemist to read your posts you will need to spend more time proof reading your written English, I am not going to make the effort because I think it very unlikely I will be able to work out what you're trying to say.
Again you are demonstrating your lack of understanding of the physics. There is a very great difference between the behaviour of dielectrics and conducting materials to electromagnetic radiation.
It is up to you what recommendation will make. If the persons will folow your advice, they are uninteresting for me of for my theory. A person who take an advice from another one regarding what must do and what not, it will not be able to see the underlying principles of a new theory.