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Matter And Antimatter Black Holes

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Posted by NormHansen on July 6, 2001 21:58:13 UTC

The Milky Way Galaxy is composed of matter and antimatter. At the center of the galaxy, there are two massive black holes. One black hole is composed of matter; and the other is antimatter. The black holes are strewing matter and antimatter into space forming a halo and spiral arms of matter and antimatter stars. The sun is one of the billions of stars that are composed of matter. There are a similar number of antimatter stars.


see www.matter-antimatter.com

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