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Scientists Have Measured the 'Color' of Antimatter for the First Time

It’s a finding three decades in the making.
Kate Lunau
4.5.18
Charge-Parity

New LHC Experiments May Help Explain What Happened to All the Antimatter

Researchers have seen a baryon decay for the first time, which may help explain why there is far more matter than anti-matter in the universe.
Daniel Oberhaus
2.12.17
Big Bang

Scientists Beamed a Laser at Antimatter to Measure It For the First Time

"Antimatter is kind of problem zero. We can’t explain why there’s a universe."
Kate Lunau
12.19.16
Dune

Japan's 279 Kilometer T2K Experiment Offers Three Antineutrino Detections

Hunting the ghostly particles that may explain why the universe even exists.
Michael Byrne
7.26.15
Space

Does the Sun Have a Heart of Dark Matter?

Maybe. And it's an idea that could help explain the existence of the universe itself.
Michael Byrne
2.28.15
machines

The Particle Blasting Experiment That's Trying to Determine Why Matter Exists

By bombarding a 14,000-ton plastic structure with cosmic rays, from 500 miles away.
Jason Koebler
10.7.14
Space

New Hints of Dark Matter from the International Space Station

Crunching 41 billion pieces of data refines and supports 2013's potential dark matter signature.
Michael Byrne
9.21.14
Space

Could Antigravity Explain Away Dark Matter and Dark Energy?

Researchers suggest a practical experiment to test an unpopular theory.
Michael Byrne
7.1.14
physics

A New Clue in the Hunt for the Universe's Missing Antimatter

With new measurements, CERN researchers continue the chase for matter/antimatter asymmetry.
Michael Byrne
6.4.14
Motherboard Blog

Does Antimatter Fall Up?

Who knows? But at least researchers have discovered a way to figure it out.
Michael Byrne
4.30.13
Motherboard Blog

We May Soon Know Why Antimatter Lets the Universe Exist

It wouldn't take very much antimatter to do it. A collision of matter and antimatter is a perfect release of energy, while most of the things we do to release energy from matter are very far from perfect. That matter-antimatter annihilation should give...
Michael Byrne
3.1.12
Motherboard Blog

Ones and Zeros: That Little $2 Trillion Mistake That Downgraded Our Credit Rating

_Carl Sagan would be very happy now. Also, sad._ h3. One: The "neuroscience":http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/07/business/neurofinance-shows-how-investors-can-shun-reason.html of the Wall Street panic button (NYT) h3. Zero: Standard & Poor's "$...
Ones Zeros
8.8.11
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