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Nasa's Fermi Gama-ray Space Telescope has detected beams of antimatter launched by thunderstorms.
Acting like enormous partical accelarators,the storms can emit gama-ray flashes,called TGFs,and high-energy electrons and positrons.Scientists now think most TGFs produce particle beams and antimatter. Credit: Nasa's
Goddard Space Flight Center.
"It is estimated that about 500 TGFs occur daily worldwide, but most go undetected."
"These signals are the first direct evidence that thunderstorms make antimatter particle beams,"
"The GBM has detected gamma rays with energies of 511,000 electron volts, a signal indicating an electron has met its antimatter counterpart, a positron."
"The GBM team has identified 130 TGFs since Fermi's launch in 2008."
Originally posted by LDragonFire
This video was posted Nov.20, 2010, but I do think it's a older video.
In the video Bob Lazar tells us about S4 a secret bunker and hanger research facility located south of Area 51. He claims that we have 9 Alien spacecraft, and until 1979 aliens helped us in the research at this base.
He claims that he worked on the propulsion system of the alien craft. He claims the craft is powered by anti mater devices that power gravitational wave generators. These generators are able to bend space time to make interstellar spaceflight possible.
YouTubeedit on 4-1-2011 by LDragonFire because: (no reason given)
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# Satellite Sees Thunderstorms Make Antimatter 1 hour ago
14, 2009, NASA's Fermi flew over Egypt, and intercepted a particle beam from a
terrestrial gamma-ray flash (TGF) that occurred over its horizon. ...
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When antimatter collides with a particle of normal matter, both particles immediately are annihilated and transformed into energy, forming gamma rays -exactly what Fermi is designed to detect. The telescope has detected gamma rays with energies of 511,000 electron volts, which indicates an electron has met its antimatter counterpart, a positron.