if there were no need for 'engineers from the quantum plenum' then we should not have any unanswered scientific questions.
Started by Tank, September 27, 2023, 05:10:41 PM
QuoteScientists have made a key discovery about antimatter - a mysterious substance which was plentiful when the Universe began.Antimatter is the opposite of matter, from which stars and planets are made.Both were created in equal amounts in the Big Bang which formed our Universe. While matter is everywhere, though, its opposite is now fiendishly hard to find.The latest study has discovered the two respond to gravity in the same way.For years, physicists have been scrambling to discover their differences and similarities, to explain how the Universe arose.
Quote from: Recusant on Today at 02:09:16 AMIt seems intuitive to me that antimatter would be affected by gravity just the same as matter.
Quote from: Recusant on Today at 07:09:10 AM But would not anti-hydrogen readily react and combine with anti-oxygen to form anti-water? If so, is anti-water dry?