Get into the wall !!! I want to say that we can't go into the wall b'cus we know that we are made up of atoms (mainly electrons, protons and neutrons) and all these are fermions, and so as wall. Since fermions follow Pauli's Exclusion Principle. Suppose, we get inside the wall so the fermions (electrons, protons and neutrons) occupy the same quantum state and that is the violation Pauli's Exclusion Principle. So, this implies that we can't enter inside the wall. Now, photons can enter inside the glass slab but not inside a wall (both are solids)? Answer is that since photons are bosons(don't obey Pauli's Exclusion Principle) so, when they enter inside the glass the interact with fermions which is not the violation of Pauli's Exclusion Principle. But, the photons of visible light don't have sufficient energy according to equation- E = hc/(wavelength) So, it can't pass through wall but instead a gamma ray is taken (havin' wavelength > wavelength of visible light, can enter inside a wall. So, is this proposition true?