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  • Physicists show that Higgs boson explains lack of antimatter in the universe
    Physicists show that Higgs boson explains lack of antimatter in the universe
    Alexander Kusenko, a professor of physics and astronomy in the University of California at Los Angeles and a senior scientist with the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe in Tokyo, Japan, and colleagues have proposed a...
  • Smacktown Powerless/Chelsea Grin
    Electronic hip-hop duo Smacktown debut 'Chelsea Grin' video
    Often, rappers attempt to bridge the gap between genres – whether it’s rock to rap, rap to metal, or rap to electronic. Australian duo Smacktown successfully combine all three genres and then some, showcasing tongue-twisting lyricism...
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    Physicists have discovered an antiparticle containing matter and antimatter
    For several decades physicists have theorized the existence of the antiparticle, a particle that simultaneously acts as both matter and antimatter. According to a report published in the journal Science on Thursday, several researchers at...
  • Antimatter
    Take Five: An Interview with Antimatter
    Formed in 1997, the United Kingdom’s Antimatter is a melancholic rock band masterminded by founder Mick Moss. The band’s latest full-length studio CD is titled Fear of a Unique Identity. Take Five secured an interview with Moss, who...
  • Cloud chamber photograph of the first positron ever observed.
    First discovery of positrons in solar flares announced
    The discovery of positrons in solar flares was announced by New Jersey Institute of Technology Professor of Physics Gregory D. Fleishman and colleagues at the July 8, 2013, meeting of the American Astronomical Society's Solar Physics Division...
  • Antihydrogen
    Auburn University gets grant for antimatter research from NSF
    Dr. Francis J. Robicheaux, professor of theoretical atomic physics at Auburn University, was awarded a $120.000 three year grant from the National Science Foundation on September 1, 2012, as part of an international collaborative research program...
  • USS Enterprise
    Building of the Star ship: ‘Going where no man has gone before’
    Now to reach the stars and explore new galaxies. But how to do this with our chemical rockets? You can’t. According to Dr. Michio Kaku, it’s limited by the fuel and thrust. We would need new rockets like Magneto Dynamic Plasma Thruster...
  • Positron Discovery
    Antimatter discredits Big Bang
    Antimatter isn’t as common as it should be, by the Big Bang theory. Some scientists hope to find out why. But any creation advocate knows why.What is antimatter?Antimatter is like normal matter, but backwards. Its electrons are positive, its...
  • Antihydrogen could lead to antigravity
    Antihydrogen could lead to antigravity
    The Antihydrogen Laser Physics Apparatus (ALPHA) at the CERN particle physics laboratory announced that they have been able to hold 309 atoms of antihydrogen in a magnetic trap for 1000 seconds, approximately 10,000 times longer than before.When...
  • Fermi positron TGF event
    Antimatter positrons from thunderstorms, NASA Fermi mission discovery
    In a January 11, 2011 press release, NASA announced that astrophysicists working on the Fermi mission have discovered that Terrestrial Gamma-ray Flashes (TGFs) are caused when terrestrial thunderstorms produce antimatter.The Fermi gamma-ray space...
  • ALPHA experiment
    Antimatter trapped at CERN ALPHA collaboration
    Researchers at CERN ALPHA collaboration report this week in Naturethat they’ve managed to corral atoms of antimatter in the lab and keep them around for about one-sixth of one second (an eternity in particle physics). The ability to trap...
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    First: Antimatter captured at CERN
    This is one of the most important scientific events in your life. Limitless clean energy without radioactive waste, coal, or oil is possible from this development.Physicists working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in...
  • The physicists of the D-Zero Experiment
    Fermilab contributes another piece to the matter-antimatter puzzle
    Antimatter, made famous in the movie “Angels and Demons” as well as in the warp drive of Star Trek’s Enterprise, is conceptually simple. A piece of antimatter has exactly the same properties as its matter counterpart except that...
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