MadSci Network: Astronomy

Subject: Anti-matter

Date: Tue Aug 4 19:57:25 1998
Posted by Charles Cubbage
Grade level: undergrad
School: Valencia Community College
City: Orlando State/Province: FL
Country: USA
Area of science: Astronomy
ID: 902278645.As

Does anti-matter factually exist, or just in theory?  I read on another, less credible site, that it is most likely purely neurons, and is the stuff at the center of a black hole.  My own, uneducated guess is that it would exist beyond the boundary of space, and could be the most destructive "stuff" in the universe.  Am I very far from correct?

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