"Most physicists would agree we've already been creating black holes every time we smash two particles together, however they are such short lived
versions we've never noticed them until we started to think about it..."
No. I wouldn't agree. Smashing particles together is an attempt to either make heavier particles or split them up into a particular reaction. The
idea of the "otons" are microscopic black holes, if I remember correctly. This is caused by a specific reaction that university scientists have
attempted, I believe. I do not know if the study was successful. If anyone can find the article on creating a mini-Big Bang or an oton, I'd be
interested in rereading it. I think MSNBC published it a ways back.
"As for anti-matter, they have yet to produce Anti-Hydrogen right? Or I think they just begun producing it."
Yes, CERN produces it. 50,000 particles of low energy anti-hydrogen, to be more exact.
"But it's imperitive we produce Anti-xxxxx elements, as that they can be used to better unlock the workings of our world."
Not so much anti elements, but anti quarks. Then we can build atoms as we please, which helps us to build materials at will. It will be a while
before we control this.
"After all, anti-matter for some reason was not chosen as the primary form of matter (omitting darkmatter), in this universe."
As far as we understand, that's correct. For some reason, the positron (anti-electron with positive charge) is believed to have a flaw where it was
destroyed in the early universe, or maybe its the antiproton... I forget. This is all theory and I don't know if we really have any proof to base
this on. We may have a better answer in another 5-10 years.
"Also, think of yourself to anti-matter, to us it's like "uber deadly" but wouldn't an anti-matter being be equally afraid of us?"
No. There is no such thing as an "anti-self" that I know of. Most anti-elements are made of a variety of other particles, so complete annihilation
is not a necessary conclusion with elements, but it is (as far as we know) a certainty at the quark level. The reason why hydrogen and antihydrogen
are used to annihilate one another is because they are so simple and can achieve annihilation. I'll post again if I find that other particles can
annihilate easier.... I have a place to look that up.
"In some alter-reality I bet we're the anti-matt"
Nah. Antimatter is becoming much less mysterious with our latest research. Antimatter makes up regular matter. This may comes as a shock, but it's
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