In the late 1980’s, the rise of the neon lights led to an overuse of high intensity colors stretching across the globe on a massive scale. Now, with the creation of the Neon Dragon, the lights have a life of their own. That’s right. Scientists have created a reverse bioluminescent creature which turned a neon light source into a living organism. Life is produced by an inverted chemical reaction in which the known photons are infused with a cocktail of base DNA, luciferase, and other cell building blocks which stimulate a reaction between molecules turning light into life. The “Dragon” gets its name from the fact that all the life-light combinations seem to organize in a pattern that seems to appear as a dragon over time.