|MadSci Network: Physics|
Greetings, In a TV program discussing the Strategic Defense Initiative, the concept of negative shadow was mentioned as one mean to hit enemy missiles. According to this program, unlike ordinary ("positive") shadow, a body shaded by a negative shadow actually recieves MORE light. Yet no explanation was given to this odd phenomenon. SO, what is negative shadow? How is it produced? Are there any existing applications of it? Thanks in advance, Lior Golgher.
Re: What is a Negative Shadow?
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