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RE: RE: Where Did All The Anti-matter Go?

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Posted by trew on September 25, 2000 15:28:28 UTC

okl, huh.
anti-matter would be the same size as matter. At the time of the big bang there would have been equal parts of both. But matter at some point took over and created all we see today. Bladesinger had more of the answer I was looking for. Thank you though

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