If two perfect mirrors are placed facing one another and they are in proximity, and photons (don't ask me how) are traveling between them and toward one of them, what is to keep the radiation pressure from reaching incredible amounts?
I might be way off of base here because I am new to this field. I heard that the radiation pressure doubles on a mirror.
If this is the case, a laser beam focused on a mirror at any angle will cause the mirror to accelerate one of two ways-- no more.
This also violates energy conservation and thus isn't valid.