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#20 - but doesn't the light have energy? Wouldn't you feel that in s…  [+] (11 replies) 10/13/2015 on high impact sexual violence +6
#62 - anon (10/13/2015) [-]
The point is that EM wave energy isn't the same as (mass)(velocity)^2 energy.
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#45 - malkotay (10/13/2015) [-]
Light has an impuls , which it gives to you when it hits, but the effect is so small that only giant spacecrafts "feel" the effect and get pushed away.
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#49 - klina (10/13/2015) [-]
i can actually feel that shit
#58 - anon (10/13/2015) [-]
Feeling the sun hit you and running back inside to avoid it is not the same thing.
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#60 - klina (10/13/2015) [-]
overused neckbeard jokes aside, I've tested it, even in cold days when the sun doesn't really warm you up, I can feel it on my skin with around 3-5 cm accuracy, it feels sort of like a very very light fabric is touching your skin
#69 - anon (10/13/2015) [-]
You are talking about apricity. The other poster is talking about the Inherent momentum of light. They are different things. Apricity is easy to feel as a mild warmth. The momentum of light is well below our sensory thresholds. Even if our sense of touch could detect it, the impacts of air molecules would drown It out, as they are several quadrillion times stronger. Scratch that, it's actually at least several quintillion, even for high energy radiation.
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#70 - klina (10/13/2015) [-]
nah bro i was talking about that impuls thing, not the momentum, though I could be interpreting the warmth as that thing, in a case where the warmth is so mild that I mistake it for some kind of small vibration
#66 - anon (10/13/2015) [-]
i thumbed up your comment when i thought it was a sarcastic "DON'T TELL ME WHAT I CAN'T FEEL!" But now that i know that you're serious...
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#61 - thatonecommunist (10/13/2015) [-]
Prove it, don't tell us you proved it.

It isn't a hard thing to prove.

How did you control for temperature increase?
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#41 - gragasvlad (10/13/2015) [-]
but it has nothing to do with the speed
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#27 - masdercheef (10/13/2015) [-]
That's entirely the reason sunlight is warm, is it not?
#78 - Wouldn't programming one of these basically be like programmin…  [+] (1 reply) 10/07/2015 on Stupid Robots Comp. 0
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#79 - Einsty (10/07/2015) [-]
I believe it would be worse.