Five, Twenty-three, and Twenty-five Years Interlude 1: Bunch of Experiments 3

Took place in between Ronald and Owen’s Collections.


Researcher: Amelia Rickens

Subject: Amelia Rickens

Test: Testing the properties of light maneg.


Experiment 1

Check if the dispersion property, first shown by Daisuke Fujiwara’s [Camouflage], can be performed by other Light Court Wizards.

Test 1: Replication of [Camouflage].

Result: Subject successfully replicated [Camouflage] to the same degree.

Test 2: The Order [Shine] in different colors.

Result: Subject was able to have [Shine] emit all seven colors of the rainbow and mixes of these colors.

Test 3: Dispersion through a foreign object.

Result: When [Beam] was ordered to emit through a prism, the light emitted dispersed when entering it.

End report.


Experiment 2

Testing the reflection method.

Test 1: Ordering light maneg to reflect foreign light.

Result: The created Order, [Mirror], was able to reflect light from a laser pointer with the correct trajectory.

Test 2: Light emitted by light maneg reflecting by an outside apparatus such as a mirror.

Result: Light emitted by light maneg was reflected when in contact with a mirror and in the correct trajectory.

Test 3: Light emitted by light maneg reflected by the Order itself, without outside apparatus.

Result: Upon the Command reflect, it was shown that additional light maneg traveled to the position where the Subject ordered the light to be reflected and done so in the same manner as the previous test.

End report.


Experiment 3

Testing the refraction property.

Test 1: Ordering light maneg to refract foreign light.

Result: A flat-screen formation was formed out of light maneg which was able to refract a laser beam.

A cube maneg formation was able to refract laser from a laser pointer when coming into the cube and then refracted back to the initial trajectory upon exiting.

Note: It’s possible that water and ice maneg can do the same. Further testings will be needed.

Test 2: Light emitted by light maneg refracted by an outside apparatus.

Result: Light emitted by light maneg was refracted when entering a glass of water.

Test 3: Light emitted by light maneg refracted by the Order itself, without an outside apparatus.

Result: Much like Experiment 2, light emitted by light maneg was refracted by additional light maneg traveling to the position and refracting it similar to the Order in the first test.

Test 4: Refracting light coming into the subject.

Result: Recorded in a camera, the subject was shown to be invisible when the Order was given to make a ‘baggy suit’ covering the subject. It refracted the light coming into the subject when entering the suit and then refract it back to the initial trajectory once it exited the suit, preventing contact with the subject, achieving invisibility but there was still a slight blur.

Note: Improvement of the Order of this test will be required.

End report.


Experiment 4

Testing the diffraction property.

Test 1: Ordering light maneg to diffract foreign light.

Result: A maneg formation of a rectangle with narrow slits between them successfully diffracted light from a laser pointer.

Note: Earth, ice, and any solid-based maneg Element could do the same. Further testing required.

Test 2: Light emitted by light maneg diffracted by an outside apparatus.

Result: Light emitted by light maneg was refracted when entering a diffraction gradient.

Test 3: Light emitted by light maneg diffracted by the Order itself, without outside apparatus.

Result: Much like Experiment 2, light emitted by light maneg was diffracted by additional light maneg traveling to the position and diffracted it similar to the Order in the first test.

End report.


Additional note: during Test 1 and 3 of Experiments 2, 3, and 4, light maneg automatically lowered its intensity to zero, leaving a clear maneg formation.


Experiment 5

Testing the interference property.

Test 1: Interference between two light maneg formations.

Result: Using Young’s double-slit experiment, interference has been shown using two emitting light maneg formations.

Test 2: Interference between light maneg formation and foreign light.

Result: Using the same experiment as the previous test, interference has been shown using a light maneg formation and foreign light.

End report.


Afterwards, Amelia conducted the tests for polarization and scattering, both showed the intended results. It was quite the spectacle seeing them in action.

Honestly, Amelia doesn’t know what use all of these light properties could have on the field. Some like refraction, reflection, and the previously used dispersion can be used in Orders, but the rest would require some creativity to be useful for Court Wizards.

“Well, whatever,” Amelia shrugged. “Now to the final experiment for the day.”

Experiment 8

Test whether the wavelength and frequency of light maneg can be altered.

“Right then,” Amelia grinned. She hovered her hand over a cold plate of meatballs and…

Follow as I order, emit in straight line 30 cm in diameter 3 cm in front of my right hand parallel to my right arm, do next two steps simultaneously, change frequency to 1 gigahertz, change wavelength to 30 cm.

SHIING

SIZZLE SIZZLE

The white light coming out of her right hand faded but the plate of meatballs was heated seemingly on its own.

I end my Order.

With the Progressive Order terminated, Amelia made a jump for joy. “It worked!” she exclaimed. Tossing a heated meatball into her mouth, she conducted the next tests.

Test 2: Omitting the change of one of these parameters: frequency, wavelength, or the simultaneous step in the Order of the previous test.

Result: When only the frequency is ordered to be increased, the wavelength automatically decreased itself and vice versa.

Omitting the simultaneous step yielded the same result. It seemed to be in the same manner as omitting either frequency or wavelength. For example, when the frequency increase step was given first, the wavelength was decreased automatically, the next step for wavelength became redundant as it caused the light maneg to change to the same wavelength.

The omission of these steps will result in a faster Order but with a loss of Time Interval, however.

“And now, the moment I’m waiting for,” Amelia grinned, rubbing her hands together.

Test 3: Forcing a light Order in which the frequency and wavelength were not in the electromagnetic spectrum.

Stretching out her hand again, Amelia gave the Order.

Follow as I order, emit in straight line 30 cm in diameter 3 cm in front of my right hand parallel to my right arm, do next two steps simultaneously, change frequency to 1 gigahertz, change wavelength to 740 nm.


Result: ~Removed~ DO NOT TRY THIS, EVER! On a side note, I really expected the Order to not work.

End report.


Note: Get big brother to participate in the same experiment for more results. Also, the Order Step in Experiment 8 will be registered with the name [Spectrum Change].


Voice: So what happened to Evil Mad Scientist Lady on that last test!?

Azhure: You don’t want to know.


Orders

[Refraction Suit] the Order which was resulted in Experiment 3 Test 4. Order: coat x body x gap between coating and x body, refract light entering coating x degree angle, refract light back to initial angle when exiting coating.


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