What is the most interesting and/or craziest scientific fact you have ever heard?
A somewhat controversial and discussed is 'A shadow moves faster than light'. It is related to the speed of dark too. Both light and dark are measurable while the greatest consensus says it is measuring the same thing when a shadow is not in the equation. Another is the speed of ignorance is exponential. Also, a light bulb does not cast light, it sucks darkness.
THose are all interesting facts...Have to look further into those and see what I think...
Hi! Bell Labs wrote the paper on the 'Light Bulb Sucker' easily found with a search. The others can be found with a keyword search too. There is a very interesting video on YouTube? about the speed of a shadow that is amazing.
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