staggered reflections

a non-reactive optical field state that is characterized by a pattern that is repeated many times. With ever greater separation between each iteration in an optical field, there is ever less potential to begin or sustain a recursive interaction. Strictly speaking, staggered reflections fit within the overall definition of optical reactions because the content of each frame cycle is dependent on that which occurred in the past. However the greater the distance between the reflected images, the less likely that there will be sustained interactions with the past reflections.

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