And that effect is cause by the heating of the vane not anything else....Lord you know so little fundamental science
Well, you're at least half right.
I haven't thought about radiometers in 50 years, so, guilty, your honor, I thought they were vacuum sealed, and I thought the motion was caused by photons agitating the electrons in the vane.
As to fundamental science, hmmm, I think I could still crack the top 10 percentile on a standardized test.
I know that photons have no mass, but I always assumed that was a theoretical convenience that allowed them to have properties of both waves and particles.
And, as I recall, it is theoretically impossible for a photon to have zero mass inside a super conductor.
But I'm sure you'll set me straight if I'm mistaken.