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Assuming you could actually do this, in a sealed, mirrored box, how would you know whats going on in there, once it has been sealed?
the poor ***** will splificate.
This might cause a quantum effect If you where to try observe what was happening in the box ,your observing the effect would alter the outcome or would it?
Neil Pariser asked the Naked Scientists: I have always been fascinated by the fact that a beam of light can travel for millennia through space. So, if I could trap a light beam in a mirror lined tube or box would it remain trapped for eternity? And, if so, were I to put a Radiometer in the box (one of those devices whose blades of white and black turn in the presence of light) would this be akin to a perpetual motion machine? Thank you. Neil Pariser New City, New York What do you think?