Interesting story. As a little kid, I had all kinds of ideas for inventions.
When my cat George died of feline leukemia, I came up with the idea for nanites. They told me he died from an overabundance of white blood cells. So I envisioned little fighter jets in his blood stream killing off the surplus white blood cells. Was I the first to come up with the idea? This would have been around 1980 or so.
Another invention was a shade-maker. I thought people should have shade, even in the brightest of environments. At first, I thought of projecting an image of the night sky onto the ground. But of course this wouldn’t make it any darker.
Then I came up with the idea of antiphotons. Simply shower the area with antiphotons, and presto! Instant shade.
Anyways, this isn’t MPSIMS or even IMHO. I just want two questions answered: Are there antiphotons? And what properties do they have? Was I right? Do they provide instant shade?
And actually, more recently I have wondered if they could harm the retina in some way. It’s possible, since you don’t encounter them too often. Or do you? Are they in fact all around us somehow?
Thank you in advance for all your kind replies:). And remember, as I pointed out, this is not MPSIMS. I only want the scientific part and question of my post addressed:).