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By Parker Ruth
“Antimatter is a weird topsy-turvy shadow of matter, like tweedledum to our tweedledee, where left becomes right and positive turns into negative.” When I first read these words from Frank Close’s book​ Antimatter, I was captivated by the idea that science can be just as mind bending as science fiction — only real

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