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originally posted by: cardinalfan0596
a reply to: douglas5
And that is why "truthers" are not taken seriously. They cannot apply common sense to their theories and discover why their theories are wrong.
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Cianca : Building 7 collapses so fast. I’m on the roof at the studio taking pictures of the fire, smoke and dust. I took a picture and it was there, took another one and it was gone. Just like that.
Before & After Pictures.
Cianca : These pictures were taken from my roof. The first was at 9:25 and the second at 6 pm. You can see that towers 1, 2 and 7 are gone.
(LT : The 2 Twin-Towers pics not showing yet, links already there)
These pictures were taken just seconds apart. WTC 7 went down so fast. One second it’s there and the next it’s gone.
(LT : The 2 WTC-7 pics not showing yet, not buffered yet, links already there)
Antimatter in the form of anti-atoms is one of the most difficult materials to produce. Antimatter in the form of individual anti-particles, however, is commonly produced by particle accelerators and in some types of radioactive decay.
You really need to settle down. You have posted 18 times out of the last 23 posts. Does that seem right to you? Also, your completely and entirely un-scientific work shows nothing. You wasted your time, and you continue to waste your time continually posting nonsense over and over again. 9/11 was not an inside job. You guys need to give up. All the 'holes' in the story are completely non-existent. It's amazing what the human mind can convince themselves of when they want to believe something.
Poll: More Americans Believe World Trade Center 7 Was Demolished On 9/11 than Believe the Government’s Explanation
In 2008, the annual production of antiprotons at the Antiproton Decelerator facility of CERN was several picograms at a cost of $20 million.
en.wikipedia.org... (No hurry to worry yet, at present )
Then once created how do you store enough and ship it without it disintegrating on contact with matter ?
A significant advancement was made recently as a single anti-hydrogen atom was produced suspended in a magnetic field.
Since the study of these exotic and short-lived particles was primarily done at open laboratories dedicated to pure academic research, the reports documenting the military interest in their nuclear properties were confined to highly classified documents, e.g., pages 3 and 4 of Ref. . It is only years later that explicit reports were published .
Thirty years passed by before the complex of machines necessary to accumulate and slow down antiprotons was conceived. The only system of this type in the world  is at CERN (Fig.1). Finally, it was possible to study, on a large scale, the meeting of low-energy antiprotons with nuclei. As a result, it has been possible to demonstrate that the energy deposition, although less than Teller (or others more recently ) had hoped for, is sufficient to assure the feasibility of military applications of antimatter. On the other hand, due to its very high cost and the enormous amount of energy needed to produce it, it has also become clear that antimatter could never become a usable source of energy for a power-plant.
Thanks to the results of CERN, we were able to publish in August 1985, an estimation of the number of antiprotons needed to start thermonuclear reactions, be it to ignite an H-bomb or to trigger the micro explosion of a thermonuclear fuel pellet . We thus discovered that it is possible to build a H-bomb, or a neutron bomb, in which the three to five kilograms of plutonium are replaced by one micro gram of antihydrogen. The result would be a bomb so-called “clean” by the militaries, i.e., a weapon practically free of radioactive fallout, because of the absence of fissile materials (Fig.2).
Note : (3) In a 1986 telephone conversation with Andre Gsponer, Prof. Hans-Peter Duerr at Max Planck Institute Munich said: “Now I understand why Teller was so much interested in antimatter!”
Figure 1: Overview of the LEAR experimental area. The Low Energy Antiproton Ring (LEAR) at CERN, is the only one of its kind in the world. It enables scientists to study the details of antiproton interactions with the nucleus of atoms.
In the picture we can see the 80 meter in circumference ring that permits the storage and slowing of antiprotons down to energies as low as 5 MeV.
It’s the first machine ever built to decelerate, rather than accelerate, particles. (Photograph: CERN Bulletin 47/98, 16 November 1998.)
The blog will guide you through key moments in the day, from injecting the counter-rotating beams of protons into the LHC and ramping their energy to 6.5 TeV each, to eventual particle collisions and the start of data taking at 13 TeV.
Today at 10.40am, the LHC operators declared “stable beams”, the signal for the LHC experiments that they can start taking data. Beams are made of “trains” of proton bunches moving at almost the speed of light around the 27 kilometers ring of the LHC. These so-called bunch trains circulate in opposite directions, guided by powerful superconducting magnets. Today the LHC was filled with 6 bunches each containing around 100 billion protons. This rate will be progressively increased as the run goes on to 2808 bunches per beam, allowing the LHC to produce up to 1 billion collisions per second.
5. Fundamental research or military research ?
In view of its considerable strategic potential (for instance, antimatter seems to be a particularly interesting pump source for the Star War’s X-ray lasers ), it’s not at all surprising that Soviet and American scientists interested by the eventual applications of antimatter are eager to come to CERN, which at present (LT : 1986.... ) has at least a five year lead in antimatter technology. In this context, it also wouldn’t be surprising if a blunder was made... (LT : 9/11/2001, 15 years of MILITARY antimatter research later)
In effect, for the teams of American physicists coming from weapons laboratories, the official justification for their coming to CERN, is to carry-out fundamental research, pure scientific research.
In the beginning of July 1986, these same Americans were supposed to go to Madrid, where a full session of the Fourth International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Systems was dedicated to antimatter energy concepts. At this same conference we were to present the point of view that the only realistic applications for annihilation energy were in the military domain.
To everyone’s surprise, the Americans did not come.
Ten days before the conference, they announced their withdrawal without giving any convincing explanation.
The participants quickly realized that the American authorities had undoubtedly reevaluated the military importance of antimatter, and had probably prevented the Los Alamos Scientists from coming to Madrid . Thus exposing that scientists working at CERN, and coming from a non-European weapons laboratory, had other than fundamental research interests, that were obviously MILITARY sensitive.
A nuclear test laboratory of this type could be based around a large heavy-ION accelerator, which would provide a means of massive antimatter production, as well as a driver to study the compression and explosion of thermonuclear fuel pellets.
originally posted by: LaBTop
Most of you will, by now, ask yourself what all this antimatter stuff has to do