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It seems that if anti-matter travels backwards in time as described by Feynman then thier ion trails would exist in the past. If you start recording a collision event at the point in time of the collision then if anti-matter is created and moves into the past then its trail should not show up in a photograph from recording equipment that is moving into the future. If you say that the anti-matter came from the future and ceases to exist when the collision occurs then still there should be some event in the future that created that anti-matter particle and a recording of that event would be missing the trail of the anti-matter particle. I know of no recorded events ever that have ever been missing the evidence of anti-matter when anti-matter was expected.
Re: Why do the ion trails of anti-particles show up in photgraphs?
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