While I’m not sure what you mean by this statement, I could see how this would apply to bacteria. Humans can’t see bacteria with the naked eye, making them pretty much “invisible.” If we could see bacteria, we would be beter able to avoid catching illness, such as the common cold. Sadly, it doesn’t work this way. If it did, the bacteria would probably die out from not spreading, so “invisibility” works as an advantage for it.
If you were invisible you wouldn’t activate automatic doors. Perhaps if you were invisible you could go through them, but in the case you are not, that could be a problem.
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