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Originally posted by iori_komei
Though three grams of anti-matter could power america for a day, unfortunately we have never made anywhere near that amount.
Considering it for energy production is pretty silly as the energy that comes out is far less than the energy that went in to create the antimatter.
Originally posted by midgetstar
i have a question too, i know how there are positrons and anti protons and stuff, but how is there an antiparticle to a neutron?
Originally posted by TN1
I think that some astrophysicists have already discovered a cloud of antimatter somewhere in the universe, that's absolutely reasonable because there is antimatter as well as matter but not in the same proportions.