Let’s say you are in a rectangular shaped room and on the far end is a single standard 60 watt lightbulb and at the other end you are standing observing the lightbulb. The room is completely black including the walls, ceiling and floor with no glossy sheen on the surface; so absolutely no reflective surface.
When looking at the lightbulb on the far end of the room you can see in your line of perspective the bulb is the size of your thumb due to the distance.
So my question is:
If you are standing on the opposite end of the room from the lightbulb and you cover it up in your line of sight with your thumb will the room go dark. Let’s assume no light goes through your thumb and that you are wearing a full body suit that is black and not reflective. Will the room go dark from your perspective?