Thursday, September 3, 2015


What if invisibility is the function of a parasite?

Invisibility is caused by a symbiotic organism which interacts with photons in such a way that renders the host invisible. Maybe it absorbs some energy from the light, like wavelengths invisible to humans? Perhaps the relationship is heat-related: an exothermic symbiote needs the body heat of an endothermic host? Or even more fundamentally, perhaps it's a virus, depending primarily on the metabolism of the host for its survival?

How does this work? What does it mean?

What is the story?

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