|MadSci Network: Physics|
Say you're in a room with all white walls, pitch black. Then you turn on 2 spot lights, one white and the other red and they intersect eachother. Does the white light that intersects the red one, show only white where it hits the white wall, or does it have any red in it. I've asked this question to as many "smart" people as I could. They've never given an answer they were certain of.
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