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Piss off you whiny little cunt. Does an active, volatile forum scare you or something?
And what have you got against me? Do I need to remind you what this forum is for? Not for bashing or flaming, but for discussing gaming modifications and what else. Your impression of a "dull" and "boring" forum is ridiculous. Flaming is a useless tool for trolls to have their e-penis erect. If a forum has no idiots, why the fuck would you want them in? Just to bash them? What a pointless logic that makes you no better from the people you flame at.
It just means you've got nothing better to do on here, apparently.
This isn't directed to anyone here, I just expressed my opinion. Oh, and big natural catastrophes happen every now and then, it's not like nature is going to revenge us or anything
edit: found a very nice picture of the volcano on a newsite
That's a picture of the Eyjafjallajökull (darn you icelanders, make up shorter names for geographical formations will ya?)? Creepy :o
Also, when the distance from the source of the light and the spectator gets bigger, the light doesn't get weaker. Instead, all the light waves emitted from the source scatter around, covering larger and larger area. Thus, the amount of light beams that hit a single spot decreases, and that spot gets less illuminated.
Surely this isn't a thread for you to do your homework and not think at all?
Anyway, the spoon reflects your face because the reflecting surface is concave.The back of the spoon is convex and will reflect your image right side up.
Good quoting from Wiki
and you Grimson!
The only thing I did with wiki was to check the name of the "focal point" and get the picture.
Good job for contributing to this thread
My first question is this: why does the concave side of a spoon reflect my face as upside down?
Because the light that bounces from the concave side of the spoon is focused in a spot, known as focal point
, in front of the concavity. The picture that will "form" into your eye will thus be upside down.
See this picture. Yeah I know, it's a lens, but the idea is the same. Only in a mirror (spoon) the light, obviously, wont pass trough it