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  1. #1 antimatter prism 
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    would light entering into an antimatter prism be split up into a new light spectrum like exotic colors or would the light spectrum be inverted. green where red is blue where orange is purple where yellow is and so on


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    assuming the antimatter would have the same refractive index as an ordinary prism I would say we'd get the same colors as usual.


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    I just believe that a positronic cloud around an atom would interact with space and time in a exotic way due to the fact that the exterior of an anti atom is positive and the nucleus is negative.
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    Photons cannot distinguish matter from antimatter.
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    do you believe there is an aspect of photons or light that we dont yet completely understand.
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    a test of this should be done in a labratory. we need a small lense of antimatter to test this it doesnt have to be big just the right size to refract light into its base wavelengths and frequencies. this would prove a lot of things in math if this was experimented with.
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    With today's knowledge I do not believe we can manufacture anything out of anti-matter. We can barely make anti-hydrogen and even if we knew how to keep the anti-matter from annihilating for an extended period of time it would still take billions of years to have sufficient amounts for a lens at today's rate of production.
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