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Turn an incandescent lamp on and off quickly while you are standing near it. You feel its thermal energy but find when you touch the bulb that it is not hot. why you felt thermal energy from it.

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    That was radiant energy you felt. But the outer case of the bulb (the glass envelope) did not absorb any of the radiant energy, or at least not very much.

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