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Sci Tech    H4'ed 10/18/21

The antimatter enigma: What is it and why didn't it destroy the universe?

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Normal matter has an “evil twin” that annihilates on contact, and despite decades of study antimatter remains very mysterious. So what actually is it? Where is it? Why is it important to understand? And why hasn’t it already destroyed the universe?

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