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Originally posted by Chakotay
Exactly where I'm going, Amory. And if the conditions of creation are governed by strong, bipolar electric and magnetic fields, then a sorting of the particles and antiparticles would take place. With CP parity violation, this would explain the relative lack of known antiparticles in our part of the Universe.
Particles and antiparticles do not immediately anihilate if seperated electromagnetically, as is done at CERN and elsewhere.
There is a lot of money at stake with all this theorizing. Companies forming right now to 'mine' comets for their antimatter content. are citing the study above that claims neighboring stellar systems may be made of antimatter- to raise funding.
[edit on 1-7-2005 by Chakotay]
Originally posted by DjOsiris
What about some yet unknown element that would not be radioactive like uranium such as hydrogen yet provide many many times more energy output than was input in a type of fusion reaction using electromagnetic fields which would also contain the reaction and allow for easy transport of the excess energy into our exisiting electrical grids? Ceramics come to mind in pondering this when the question of grounding things out arises.
The new cold fusion experiment went something like this: scientists inserted a small pyroelectric crystal (lithium tantalite) inside a chamber filled with hydrogen.