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Posted by Richard Ruquist on January 10, 2003 01:21:14 UTC

This particle has never been detected whereas the energy of annihilation is easily predicted and has been somewhat less easily verified. In addition, positron-electron pairs have been created in the lab, most interestingly in connection with the EPR paradox.

If anti-particles and particles had not annihilated each other, leaving a tiny residual of particles that became us, then the universe would be so massive that it would have already collapsed back on itself early in its life- at about 10 million years old. The energy of that early recombination is detectable right now at microwave frequencies. The alternative is for there today to be as many elpotrins as photons in the universe.

I judge this work to be that of a quack. Please give me the opportunity to judge your anti-energy.

Regards,

yanniru

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