Bob Berman's strange universe: Annihilate this
March 2005: If antimatter didn't exist, someone would have to make it up — it's that juicy.
March 1, 2005
|If antimatter didn't exist, someone would have to make it up it's that juicy. Predicted by the brilliant physicist Paul Dirac in 1928 and first found by Carl D. Anderson of Caltech in 1935 antimatter looks, smells, and acts exactly like ordinary matter. But let it touch anything, and both vanish in a maximum-energy explosion.|
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