From The Laboratory: Anti-Light

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The cosmology of our society has manufactured this relatively new phenomenon increasingly over the past 88 years or so. Quantum physics and relativity theory have all but given up trying to elaborate on this ANTI-LIGHT. So it’s left to the poets and philosophers and so-called fringe scientists, who are often labeled “mad”, to dissect. But perhaps it’s in the right hands. As Emerson once said, “Science does not know it’s debt to imagination.”

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It’s elusive and evasive; it’s saturating everywhere, but hidden in plain sight.

It’s not darkness… that would be a warm welcome… a holiday of visual silence… a rest for the constant request for observation. Nor is it a blinding; it’s not a white, clean canvas that allows our intellect, our imagination to run brilliantly wild.

It’s light, but ANTI. It’s composition is heretical to most of what you know about light. Structurally, it’s fascinating. I mean, in comparison, for analogies sake, start to think like this — a proton is positively charges by definition… so what happens when you have a negatively charged proton? It’s still a proton, but contentious to it’s characteristics. That’s ANTI-LIGHT.

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… right, and now you are starting to crack the door. You see by it, but you don’t see. If it was an item a sorcerer would use it would be a magical invisibility cloak, which would have something in front of you but not what was actually there. It’s mirrors turned and angled and you think you are looking straight at it but really it’s showing you something else over there; it’s misdirection.

The ancients used to say something like “when anything is exposed by the light, it becomes visible; for anything that becomes visible is light.” Not the case here. When it shines it obscures and from the repercussions we’re seeing in long-term exposure to ANTI-LIGHT, you would rather have darkness as a friend, have darkness showing you the path, so to say.

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That’s a good question, but don’t forget, there is a physiological effect light has on us and the state of our physical nature effects our mental nature as well. I mean, we can see the life giving properties of light in nature – say in plant photosynthesis, or in humans in the way mental conditions, like seasonal affective disorder, creep up on those in lights absence. Light bathes us with waves, sure, that effects our skin, but our main interaction, obviously, is optically, and over saturation can be detrimental. We’re not made to stare at the sun. However, ANTI-LIGHT, 90% of the time is coming right at you… it’s not reflectatory. It lures you in, grabs you by the face, almost forces itself on you. And while it has minimal effect on our retina itself, we’ve observed it causing blind spots in the brain, limiting the ability of synapses to clasp or conjoin.

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… [laughter] exactly… the devious thing about it, if we were to personify it, is that it has ingrained itself into our daily lives and culture so much that to live without it seems like an impossibility. It’s like that unhealthy relationship with someone that you know is bad for you, that you know you need to get out of, but you don’t… cause you are so use to the dysfunction how could there be any thing else?

To it’s credit, ANTI-LIGHT, can be used as a valid medium for communication. However, the payoff is not worth the price long term. In fact, it’s draining, provides a deficit. It extracts more energy than it gives, creating a disordered state of entropy.

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