Quick one while I am at it.
I'm reminded of the much vaunted Rusian Physicist Leonid Lebedev's famous "dark sucker theorem" with regard to light!
Leonid postulated that "what we observe as light" is merely the absence of darkness.
Further he went on to postulate that light globes far from emitting light - were in fact "dark suckers"!
By turning on a switch to get a bulb to glow - we were in fact activating a dark sucker that sucked up all the dark and left us with the impression of absence of dark which we interpret as light.
his proof was that when light globes are full of dark - and can't absorbe any more dark - they stop working (blow out).
He further claims in support of his theorem - that - its the disposal of all of these full dark suckers in landfills, when the glass is broken and the dark gets out it is the cause of global warming!
He suggests that much of the missing dark mass in the universe is trapped within expired light bulbs (dark suckers) that haven't yet been broken but are buried in tact!.
Who here can disprove this theory?
An experimental design to test it?
Just wanted to show a little "outside the box thinking" to stimulate the mental processes.