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What happens if I shine a torch directly at the wall?
Question Date: 2013-02-04
Answer 1:

I don't know what happens when you shine a torch directly at the wall. When I shine a flashlight directly at the wall, I see a spot of light on the wall. However, be careful, if the wall is made of wood or paper, you will burn it!

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