CERN And The Anti-Matter

By Michael W. Howell
Staff Writer and Senior Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

Our world is made up of antimatter. We are around it every second of the day. The antimatter is what we can’t see, can’t smell, can’t touch, yet, interact with it in our everyday life. With everything having an opposite, the matter would be that in which we can see, feel, touch, etc.

The scientists at CERN are trying, in essence, to find the glue that holds everything together in its pre-hardened state so to speak. By colliding particles together at near the speed of light at their facility that sits on the Swiss-French border, CERN is hoping to study the possibility of other dimensions and how the Universe came into existence. One key to their research is antimatter. Continue reading “CERN And The Anti-Matter”

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