On Friday, 5 October 2012 19:16:45 UTC-7, Lord Androcles, Zeroth Earl of Medway wrote:
don't be difficult.
Classical theory describes reflection and transmission quite well in terms of wavelength...It merely stops right there, however, and doesn't attempt to link this with the particulate model of light.
You are logically challenged again.
One has only to throw tennis balls at a net or grid to understand
particle reflection and transmission. Slightly more difficult for you
is the water drip transmitting through the coffee filter paper and
reforming a drip on the other side.
As long as you continue to imagine photons are in some strange
sense solid and tiny you will never grasp polarisation. Water
droplets are much bigger than the holes in the filter paper and
photons are wider than the spacing of the diffraction grating.
They pass through two or more slits at once because they are
alternating magnetic fields, not little balls.
Gawd! Even YOU must know that's silly.
Logical deduction from observation is only silly to the anti-scientist, Daisy the anti.
Where in the room do you put your printer and it does NOT receive
from the router? I can point my TV remote control directly away from
the TV, the IR bounces off the wall and ceiling and still changes channels
from a tiny fraction of the LED emission of digital pulses.
But you are not just silly, you are a fucking STUPID cunt.
> Youíll be able to see in your bedroom with the
> curtain drawn as soon
> as the sun is above the horizon from scattered light alone, none of
> which gets through walls.
> I can see my catís eyes looking back at me from
> 100 yards with
> moonlight alone, but I canít see the cat, heís black.
> You can see whatís on the ground when it is in
> shadow, but by
> scattered light, the sunlight doesnít pass through
> walls and neither
> does your routerís radiation.
Of course it does. STRAIGHT THROUGH THE BRICK WALLS.
Beam it, then, and prove your case, you stupid cunt. The rest of
us will use x-rays. I offered to let you measure the speed of IR
while I did the x-rays but you are too incompetent for even that.
Ever lost an FM radio transmission in a tunnel, you moron?
Hmm... you probably donít have tunnels in flat Oz.
I'M NOT SURPRISED THEY NEVER PUT YOU IN CHARGE OF submarine communication.
Radio underwater is very long wave. When Moscow wanted to reach
a Russian boomer in the cold war it sent a ping and the boomer had to
surface to get the real message. Improvements have been made with
satellites since. Iím not surprised you know fuck all about radio.
> particles and cosmic ray photons can penetrate half the Earth.
...utters the pommie engineer....
> seems to be able to stop neutrinos.
> Neutrinos are a different animal.
How do you know?
> Eleven were
> detected from SN 1987A,
> just below the Earthís surface.
Did they have the sender's address written on them?
Nope, it was all assumption. A few very rare neutrinos
were detected in a burst and then SN 1987A was seen
shortly after. Someone figured out 2+2 = 11.
2.4 GHz from a router goes though brick walls!
A device that can use Wi-Fi (such as a personal computer, video game console, smartphone, tablet, or digital audio player) can connect to a network resource such as the Internet via a wireless network access point. Such an access point (or hotspot) has a range of about 20 meters (65 feet) indoors and a greater range outdoors. Hotspot coverage can comprise an area as small as a single room with walls that block radio waves or as large as many square miles ó this is achieved by using multiple overlapping access points.
Fuck off, you clueless ozzie wanker.
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