its a 2 way mirror.
I checked this up.
@#14982 So then you turn the magic mirror around and it works *trollface*.
@#20610 if Chuck says it works, it works
IT WORKS OR YOULL GET A SPINNING KICK
Schloopy woopy arms just barely start to show here.
use magnets to acquire magic mirror
Haha actually this is how laizerz work
No it works, picture says so!
^ not last
problem, last commenter?
IM CHARGIN MAH LAZOR
IM FIRIN' MAH LAZOR
SHOOOP DA WHOOP
so i guess i can safely say...
YOU LOST THE GAME NOOBS
then TURN IT AROUND you dumbass...if light passes to you, but other way..not, turn it around and done.
done before......400 times already
Remember say: Ka Me Ha Me... HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!
all below me dont exist
i want some more of that magic!!
@#20610 can u kill gum gum? :|
Noe, gumgum es magical.................
reflects light off of shield.
Yeah. I know.
It's because the mirror is made of magic.
magic mirror, if referring to a mirror with a reflective surface on one side and a non-reflective surface on the other, wouldnt work because you are unable to send light through the mirror because it would be reflected back on to you.
Thats kinda how some high power lasers works.
"any technology advanced enough is indistinguishable from magic"
So in reality it's technologically advanced mirror.
Its a one way mirror derp.
What you actually do is slide the first ("magic") mirror in between the flashlight and the normal mirror, so that some light is trapped in between. Tried it, works in real life.
LUL. NO REASON WHY JUST LUL.
one way mirrors exist
That's really not that far removed from reality. Many types of laser work by having a semi-silvered mirror at one end and a full mirror at the other end. Except that they generate light internally by exciting particles within the laser material stuff (can't remember what it's called - too lazy to look it up).
This is actually how lasers work.
Actually with a semi-silvered mirror this could work...