How Does Light Move?

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Light moves in waves. The color and type of light depends on how big the waves are. Electromagnetic fields of charged bodies where a disturbance happens.
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Light moves in two ways. It may reflect - that is, bouncing off an object; or it may refract, by passing through an object so that some of its waves will be bent. Reflection illuminates the entire surface, while refraction diffuses or else changes the direction of traveling light so that it must move around an object. When light bounces off our eyes, we see objects that reflect light as 'normal' objects, but objects that refract light will appear distorted.
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