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What things reflect light?
Question Date: 2015-04-08
Answer 1:

The things that reflect light are the objects that do not emit its own light (most of the objects in the world do not emit its own light). You see an object because it reflects light from other objects (sun, light bulbs, etc.). Then, I would answer to your question by saying that “almost all things in our world reflect light".

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