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Re: Anti-Matter?

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Posted by Robert (crash) Barbrow/">Robert (crash) Barbrow on July 9, 1998 14:09:15 UTC

anti matter is not what you think all anti matter is is a atom with an opposit orbit of "normal" matter i use the word normal because it one of those points of view things if you grew up on an anti matter world you would think that was" normal" and that normal was anti matter.

the reason every one is so excited about it is because in therory its 100% energy when exposed to a normal atom of its own kind like anit hydrogen + hydrogen= big Language Removed explosion

somthing like 2mol worth could be the power the earth for a yeat or some thing like that .

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