Subject: Do WIMPS have antiparticles?
Date: Sat Apr 14 09:12:50 2012
Posted by Isaac
Grade level: undergrad
School: ITT Technical Institute
City: Plymouth township State/Province: Michigan
Area of science: Physics
Is there any postulation that the WIMP (Weakly Interacting Massive Particle) has
an antiparticle, or some sort of anti-WIMP? Would this theory also hold that
there are antiparticles for most (if not all) types of dark matter in the
Re: Do WIMPS have antiparticles?
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