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Mirror particles form new matter

Posted on Thursday, 13 September, 2007 | Comment icon 5 comments | News tip by: Waspie Dwarf

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"Fragile particles rarely seen in our Universe have been merged with ordinary electrons to make a new form of matter."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by III on 13 September, 2007, 11:23
Great news That sounds like a discovery that could lead to many other new discoveries!
Comment icon #2 Posted by Blue_Sphere on 13 September, 2007, 13:58
gamma-ray annihilation lasers Cool
Comment icon #3 Posted by Shuriken on 13 September, 2007, 20:06
Red alert, Omega molecule...
Comment icon #4 Posted by Zero of Deism on 13 September, 2007, 22:55
I'm starting to think we may have faster than light speed travel in less than 20 years. The amount of discoveries being made in science recently is amazing. And this discovery could lead to all sorts of technology with HUGE amounts of energy. Think of the things we could do... @_@
Comment icon #5 Posted by III on 29 September, 2007, 13:04
Yeap this could be the very first step towards lightsabers ... The true Jedi shall roam the universe, oh yes it shall happen.

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