- Dec 17, 2012
Pink light doesnt exist.
To be honest I searched for pink laser by typing "Pink laser" in search bar,but didn't find what I wanted so decided to ask here.(By the way I was thinking too that pink doesn't exist because there is no such wavelength).However if you mix two colors of lasers white and red won't you get pink color?RGBs can produce pink: http://laserpointerforums.com/f40/rgb-hand-held-laser-77311.html
Flaminpyro also has one. you will never learn to search will you :tinfoil:
Anti-Lasers? Anti-Protons? What madness is this...Nobody can create an "anti-laser" that emits "anti-photon". The antimatter made for experiments, like those used at CERN are positrons, or anti-protons. They are simply protons that have had their charges and spins reversed (with lasers).
I hope I don't have to go on any further on how wrong all of these points are.