Originally posted by lordsquire
1. What color is a mirror?
2. If you were walking on water, what will happen if you trip?
3. If you were driving a car at light speed, what will happen if you switch on the headlights?
4. If you were choking on water, will drinking more water stop you from choking?
5. Why do people keep saying space exists if its nothing?
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If you talk about a mirror with exactly 100% reflectivity, it would have no color, however, suppose the mirror only reflected 80 % then there would be some light absorbed by the mirror and it would have its charactoristic color, say silver maybe or gold, or copper, depends on the composition of the mirror.
If you tripped, you would fall on your face, presumable because you are walking on ice.
Since you can't drive ANYTHING but photons at the speed of light, it is a meaningless question but if you are going something slightly less than C, the light coming off the lamp would be going at C so would leave the vacinity of the lamp but it would be doppler shifted to the blue, shorter wavelength.
Yes, you would go from chocking to drowning.
It is thought space is quantized so it is not nothing but little tiny bits of something that string theorists call strings, either open or closed and pegged to a dimension, kind of like velco sticking out of a piece of cloth.