A video streamed fight sport where two people's immune systems fight it out under a microscope. For example the Pope vs. Mike Tyson or Chuck Norris vs Greta Thunberg.
Get young people interested in immunology, molecular biology, genetics, etc.
A way to slip in specialized knowledge to a wide audience who would otherwise not be interested in immunology. Explain what's happening during the fight and how people can find out more on their own.
A new "fight sport" that is not morally objectionable.
Find people with amazingly efficient immune systems and study what makes them different.
Blood from 2 different donors is processed. Filtering out the red blood cells makes the liquid clearer so that the fight can be viewed under a microscope. Process equal amounts of blood, take equal amounts of liquid that contains the immune system cells.
Place a drop of liquid from each donor so that they touch under a high-quality microscope.
Design software that visually identifies different cell types at a glance. In addition, it remembers and follows all cells throughout the event. When we zoom in on a fight between 2 (or several) cells, the software is able to show relevant information under each cell. We see what type of cell it is and to whom it belongs.
A commentator explains what each cell is doing and how things are going for it.
A way to promote the new sport
What if the blood donors are:
Mike Tyson vs. Conor McGregor
the Pope vs Greta Thunberg
Pamela Anderson vs Chuck Norris
That's pretty much all it would take to make the sport popular. People worldwide could bet in cryptocurrencies. A portion of the bets goes for humanitarian purposes, a portion goes to fund the sport/platform, and some goes to the blood champion.
Each fight event would be streamed live via Youtube or similar.
This idea was inspired by J. Nikola's challenge.