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varialectio t1_iufy9k5 wrote

Anything finely divided has millions of facets that reflect light in millions of directions again and again. Nothing is 100% transparent. So the incoming light gets completely mashed up giving white.

Salt, powdered sugar, mist, a waterfall, ground glass, etc, etc, all the same reason.


RTXEnabledViera t1_iufygog wrote

>Nothing is 100% transparent

I'd argue that vacuum is kapp


Bierbart12 t1_iug0qa1 wrote

Quantum fluctuations might make it a tiny bit less than 100%, to be pedantic