Why is that the candle flame have no shadow?

Why is that the candle flame have no shadow?

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5 months ago
If there is no shadow it means light can pass through it, but a flame is not transparent? Fire could cast a shadow, if the light source behind the fire was brighter than the fire. Fire emits light and thus brightens wherever the shadow would be depicted.
A shadow is the surface area less brighter than its
surroundings because something it blocking light partially or
fully from that area.
Like dark is nothing but absence of light, shadow is just a
darker surface area.
The reason why flame often does not make shadow is
because it itself is the source of light. If the surface is being
exposed to light how would it be darker?
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