so today, one of our lessons in school as about CDs and DVDs. we were talking about how it reads and stores information and someone asked the instructor how does a blu-ray disk read multiple layers? and me being the person i am decided to answer that question.
“well some light can pass through a thin layer of gold”
and right when i said that, everyone turned silent and turned their attention towards me and were like “repeat that please?” so i was like shit.. well i have the floor now..
“Well.. different materials have different light refractures. some things can reflect some light but at the same time, allow other lights to pass. in blu-ray players, they use stronger lights to pass through different layers of the disk to beable to read different information. so a blu-ray disk uses different material per layer to be able to store information.”
and everyone was like wow.. and then the instructor was like hm.. that sounds like fact or did you just make that up just now..
and i just started to laugh cause.. well.. it was true, i thought of that right on spot xD hahaha i just told him that it was my theory. and i made it sound pretty damn believable.. :D and someone fist bumped me after class for one of the best bullshits.