steevey Posted June 7, 2011 Share Posted June 7, 2011 If scientists managed to make a solid block of antimatter that they would be able to visually see in front of them, would they actually be able to see it if light were shown upon its surface and reflected? I=Or is the light from anti-matter different somehow. Maybe we can't answer it right now because we don't have a visible clump of entire anti-matter atoms... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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