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Mysterious 2 km wide anti-matter cloud

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Sub-Ether, May 14, 2015.

  1. Sub-Ether

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    It is known that anti-matter is produced by storms, or more specifically the millions of volts potential accelerate the free electrons in the thin air so quickly that they bang into the nitrogen atoms at almost the speed of light and produce a gamma ray, and rarely the gamma ray will also bang into another atom that separates it into an electron and a positron (anti-matter) pair.
    But nothing of the magnitude of a 2 kilometres anti-matter cloud has ever been spotted before, has the weather survey plane itself, perhaps acting as a charged attractor somehow produced the anti-matter cloud by accident?

    ''In what sounds like a tale from the Bermuda Triangle, an atmospheric physicist, called Joseph Dwyer, was flying through a massive thunderstorm, when he suddenly found himself in the middle of a huge cloud of antimatter.''

    "the size of the antimatter cloud was astounding. It measured between one to 2 km (1.25 miles) across – something never seen before, and experts still don't have an adequate explanation for that.''


    http://www.digitaljournal.com/scien...erious-antimatter-thundercloud/article/433179

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    Them experts don't know shit. Like they can tell me what's inside of jupiter by just looking at it, or the sun yeah right. All is assumptions! Earth is flat!
    I like your posts though :)
     
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    The earth is not flat ?!?!?!

     
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