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Antimatter

From studying antimatter for over 100 years, antimatter, which is sometimes called mirror matter and can be a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma. Antimatter is mirror image of matter and like matter is composed of antimatter elements that have been incorporated in the Periodic Table of Matter-Antimatter Elements.  Each antimatter element's nuclear, chemical and physical characteristics have been defined to such an extent that scientists know almost as much about antimatter as matter. Using the government’s estimate of $10 billion to find the Higgs bosons, the intellectual value of the Periodic Table of Matter-Antimatter Elements is estimated to be over $1 trillion.

In 1898, Arthur Schuster, British physicist, coined the name "antimatter." Schuster believed that there were entire antimatter solar systems that were indistinguishable from our solar system. In 1905, Einstein unveiled his special relativity and his famous equation, E=mc2. Erwin Schrödinger and Werner Heisenberg apply the concept to the atoms and invented quantum theory of physics. In 1928, Paul Dirac combined quantum theory and special relativity, which resulted in a solution containing an electron with positive energy, and a positive electron (positron) with negative energy, which was confirmed by Carl Anderson in his study of cosmic particles.

When antimatter or mirror matter enters our solar system, mirror matter is called comets. The quantity of mirror matter in our solar system is a million times less than scientists had estimated. In 2002, Norm Hansen announced the discovery that comets are composed of antimatter to the joint meeting of American Physical Society and American Astronomical Society. The solar dust particles blast antimatter off the comet to create the comet's plasma coma; and the solar wind pulls the coma's plasma into the comet's tails. People are able to see comets from the conversion of matter-antimatter into Mirror Energy, which produce a spectrum of radiation that includes light, x-rays, and gamma rays.

Antimatter sungrazers comets have collided with the Sun and produced enormous explosions. According to the National Geographic magazine, July 2004 issue, solar bursts were equivalent to billions of megatons of TNT. When Earth passes through these enormous solar storms, communication satellites have been damaged and electrical power on Earth has been disrupted. Comets are not only colliding with the Sun, but also have colliding with stars throughout the Universe and are the source of gamma-ray bursts that scientists have been studying for 40 years.

For thousands of years, people have been watched comet meteor showers and shooting stars when the Earth passing through comet’s tails. The comet’s tails contains billions of matter and antimatter particles. The matter dust particles fall harmlessly to Earth. However, thousands of antimatter particles collide in Earth’s upper atmosphere and produce electromagnetic discharges that are called Elves, Sprites, and Jets

 

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