reply to post by Protector
Explanation: Here is your problem...
The problem is,if all types of matter have an antiparticle, the antiparticle of a photon must have some property that is
separate from a regular photon. Neutrons have antineutrons, so why not have a counter particle of an antiphoton.
[Note all bolds, underlines and italics are my edits for emphasis ok]
Photons are NOT Fermions
, they are Bosons
Fermions are matter and Bosons are the force carriers and there is a huge difference!!!
You are totally correct that a photons properties when acting as an antiphoton it is simply one of frequency phase being in or out of synch with its
opposite! [i.e. the other photon it is nullifying!]
Its called Interference [wave propagation]
So that leaves just Fermions as being the opposite of Bosons... which means that antilight, being heavy in nature of its own semantics, would be
matter in general!
Personal Disclsoure: I'm sure members will weigh up my evidence and assess whether it has any gravita at all or not!