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The Baron

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Okay, so I researched it a little and it turns out that the probability for a single particle to experience quantum tunneling is 0.1%, and let's say I light a wall at a distance of one meter from me and turn it off after a second. (assuming that there is only one light ray) than 300,000,000 times different particles hit the wall, which if we assume the probability is correct(i am not very sure about my source ) then that means that 300,000 photons experienced quantum tunneling.

My idea is that the particles that have gone through quantum tunneling are the phenomena known as light absorption. and that the other ones are the reflected light.