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  1. #1 Possibility of the use of Anti-matter as energy 
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    Hello! i am interested in the idea of anti-matter as a form of energy. i would like to get some peoples opinion of the idea.


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    Where are you going to get useful amounts of anti-matter from?

    And how are you going to store it?


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    good points. if you could find a dense enough planet (or neutron star), you could deposit it somehow in it electromagnetic field. where i could get antimatter? hmm...
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    what would you use it for?
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    Power, mass destruction, you know, normal things.
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    was hoping you'd say space travel...where it might be needed to get any significant distance
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    you could also plant very small charges in asteroids for mining.
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    Space travel is definitely a possibility.
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    Yet another way to obtain it is through the "Van Allen radiation belt".
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_All...er_confinement
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