Ok, want to get an outside opinion(s).
Matter has Anti-Matter. I would like to propose Anti-Light.
When Matter hits Anti-Matter, the 2 particles destroy each other completely in a burst of energy, such as heat, or light.
Well, with the concept that light is both a particle and a wave, what if everything we know to exist is made of some form of anti-light? What I propose, is that when light strikes something, (take your hand for instance), it hits Anti-Light. What is then created is both heat, and a new pulse of light in the color of the object. This would explain why we can see color when light strikes something, and why the heat is created. As well, this would help to explain why we aren't "sweeping up particles of light" everyday.
I'm not great at posing ideas like this...anyone give me some constructive criticism?