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New research finds evidence of antimatter within the proton

New research finds evidence of antimatter within the proton

It’s been widely accepted that the proton, the positively charged particle that makes up atoms, is composed of quarks and gluons. The high amount of gluons are thought to spontaneously create quark-antiquark pairs within the proton, which quickly disappear. Experiments with the similar processes of muons and antimuons finds that the antiparticles are more commonly made than the regular ones.

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John
John 1 months

This sounds very quarky to me.

Seekster
Seekster 1 months

Antimatter is rare because it doesn't last long before it encounters matter and turns an amount of matter equal to its own mass into energy.

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 1 months

Okay, so this is awesome. I look forward to stripping the utterly pointless mattery-type stuff out and making some antimatter bullets for.... Uh... Duck hunting.

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 1 months

I always love when nothing comes together! <3

Eric
Eric 1 months

What is the latest developments on transporter technology?

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

The amazing thing is how it all randomly came together.

Randall
Randall 1 months

This is what M. T. Keshe has been trying to say for the last decade. Unified general and quantum physics see http://keshefoundation.org

Brandon Fitzgerald
Brandon Fitzgerald 1 months

The summary is wrong. The abstracts do not say that the antiparticles are more common.

scientist
scientist 1 months

So, it's like a recessive anti-matter. This whole time we could have been using it without even knowing...

Dave
Dave 1 months

Oooh warp drive when?

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