posted on Mar, 30 2010 @ 11:47 PM
reply to post by dreadphil
interesting. i posted the other day about this team at brookhaven's work. and it's probably just my ignorance, but in my reading and researching
the article (including e-mailing a member of the research team - i rule, kudos, please), i never came across the term antihyperparticle. i mean i
understand that's the antimatter equivalent of a hyperparticle, but i didn't come across that term either. is it just a catch-all for a certain
class of super subatomic particles? is an antilambda particle a antihyperparticle?
the results of this experiment, however, are of a different matter, so to speak, than the one i posted about. i guess, but as a decided
non-scientist, i don't even know. but if that's the case, boy this brookhaven team is really producing ... and some amazing results, at that.