Why are letters reversed in a mirror? Try this experiment with pen and paper.
You may notice in a mirror that words are backwards in the reflection, but it's actually more than words that are reversed; it's everything!
You're driving along at night and suddenly you're blinded by light. You flick the tab on your rear-view mirror... what happens next?
Here's a perplexing question involving an everyday object, how can light bounce off a mirror?
Today we will unveil the magic behind one-way glass. The trick is simpler than you might think. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
You light a candle in a dark room. Now suppose a mirror is brought in. Is the room brighter?
“Bloodshot” is precisely the right term to describe what happens when something irritates the eyes.
Like all mirrors, two-way mirrors have a reflective coating. However, while the reflecting coating on regular mirrors is dense and returns all the light that strikes its surface, the reflective coating on two-way mirrors is more sparse.