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Where did the antimatter go?

Where did the antimatter go?

Taking his own crack at remedying that, he explained: “Before we explain antimatter, it is important remember what matter is, at the subatomic level.” Antihydrogen, similarly, is the simplest antiatom,” he said. But, some time later, they contacted me again and told me that I was…

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CERN wants to teach the world Quantum Computing

CERN perhaps most famous for its circular atom smasher is now aiming to help the world better understand Quantum Computing and associated technologies. CERN is famous not just for the big large underground partice accelerator but it was the home of where Sir Tim Berners Lee invented the worldwide web and created the www that came to epitomize our interaction with the internet. Now they want to help people get a jump start on the Quantum Computing field.

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